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Anyone not a left-winger who knows anything about MSNBC’s race-hustling host Joy Reid knows that chances are, when she’s on-air and her lips are moving, she spewing bilge against someone or something white being “racist,” “white supremacist,” or worse.

Reid’s latest episode began on Friday when critical race theory opponent Christopher Rufo challenged the race-obsessed host to debate CRT with him on her show.

“[Joy Reid] has denounced me by name multiple times on her show. But she doesn’t have the courage to invite me on as a guest. She knows that I will crush her critical race theory apologetics any day of the week.”

Rufo, a journalist and documentary filmmaker, as noted by Fox News, has been at the forefront of the battle against critical race theory and continues to play a key role in the national debate. Translation: He would destroy Joy Reid in a CRT debate, as Rush Limbaugh used to say, with “half my brain tied behind my back.”

Joy Reid lashes out at CRT opponent for making ‘White Man Demands’ by challenging her to a debate https://t.co/ICB5wco9je

— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 20, 2021

Of course, one-trick pony Reid knows Rufo would burn her to a charcoal briquette — which is exactly why she responded the way the left always responds when challenged with facts or is backed into a corner: Bust out the ad hominem attacks and/or charges of “racism.”

.@JoyAnnReid has denounced me by name multiple times on her show. But she doesn’t have the courage to invite me on as a guest.

She knows that I will crush her critical race theory apologetics any day of the week. pic.twitter.com/k8boch6qHE

— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) June 18, 2021

And Joy Reid being Joy Reid, she responded… exactly like… Joy Reid.

“This is a weirdly aggressive way to get yourself on TV, Christopher.. Why not just contact my booking producers like a normal person, rather than going with the White Man Demands option? I had never even heard of you until … piece exposing your plot to rebrand CRT.”

“I had

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