Joy Reid Bucks Obama: Defund the Police ‘Energized’ Young Voters

‘I gently disagree with President Obama’

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On Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The ReidOut,” host Joy Reid disagreed with former President Barack Obama’s criticism of “defund the police” as a slogan that loses supporters by maintaining that no one who “disagrees with defund the police was ever going to vote for any Democrat anyway,” and that defund the police “energized a lot of young voters.”

Reid said, “I gently disagree with President Obama. I don’t think anybody who disagrees with defund the police was ever going to vote for any Democrat anyway, so I think it energized a lot of young voters.”

(h/t Breitbart)

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