WATCH: MSNBC Host Joy Reid Goes On UNHINGED Rant After Republican Senator Says Americans 'Need To Have More Kids'

On Monday, MSNBC host Joy Reid went after Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) following the lawmaker's response to the Alabama Supreme Court ruling that declared that embryos created during in-vitro fertilization (IVF) are "extrauterine children" and thus are legally protected. The conservative senator explained at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) that he was in favor of the decision but also added, "We need to have more kids. We need to have an opportunity to do that, and I thought this was the right thing to do."

Reid, a radical left-wing media personality, took to social media to slam Tuberville for his comment by routinely suggesting a racial undertone in his remark. "The United States has a population of north of 327 million people. Why do we need more kids? I mean, your party, Senator Tuberville, is the one screaming that 10 million immigrants - which I don't even know if that number makes any sense because it doesn't - have streamed into the country since Joe Biden has been president and you're claiming that that's too many people. That if more people come in through the southern border, it's some sort of crisis because we've got too many people."

As of February 2024, Customs and Border Protection agents have encountered 7.3 million illegal migrants on the southern border, making it possible that hundreds of thousands, if not millions, more migrants crossed the border without coming in contact with border patrol agents.

"Now you're saying, 'We need more kids,' can you explain who's the 'we,' and what's the purpose? You're also a senator from the state of Alabama. God help the people there. Are you saying that the state of Alabama needs more kids? Why does the state of Alabama need more kids? More kids for what?" Reid questioned.

The MSNBC host then went on to invoke slavery to try to tear down Tuberville, as reported by the Denver Gazette. "There was a time when the state of Alabama absolutely needed more kids because, you know, Alabama was a slave state, and the mandate of the planter class in Alabama was for black women to produce more kids because those kids were property, and they could work more kids and make more money on their plantations," she claimed. "Are you saying the state of Alabama needs more kids because you think that those populations will include people who are maybe destitute and desperate enough if you kick out the immigrants, like a lot of y'all want to do, and you can make them do the work that the migrants are doing now?"

The black progressive commentator then went on to blame Tuberville's race for the reason why he was making the comment. "You're also a white guy. Are you saying the 'we' is white folks need more kids," she said. "Is this like a great replacement thing, where you're concerned that there's not enough white people in the population versus the growth of the Latino population, the black population, and the Asian American population, and, so, the 'we' is white people?"

Reid then concluded by saying that the idea, which she is pushing on Tuberville's brief comment, is "creepy" and out of the novel 'The Handmaid's Tale.'

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