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Joy Reid accidentally drops hot mic on-air F-Bomb that hits Joe Biden


Joy Reid’s  hot mic moment led to an apology to viewers on Monday after her  jarring off-camera “chatter.”

The MSNBC host had to “deeply, deeply apologize” after dropping the f-bomb while momentarily off camera as a clip of President Joe Biden played on Monday’s airing of “The ReidOut.”

During the segment, Reid had been addressing the border crisis when she introduced a video clip of Biden speaking at an event in South Carolina on Saturday.

“If that bill were the law today, I’d shut down the border right now and fix it quickly… And Congress needs to get it done,” Biden said, in an apparent reference to a bipartisan bill being negotiated on the southern border.

But Reid evidently did not realize her microphone was still on and, off camera, she was heard saying, what sounded like, “Starting another f–king war” with a laugh before quickly being cut.

As the camera returned to her, Reid attempted to continue with the segment.

“Still trying to kill the deal,” she said, jabbing at former President Donald Trump and comments he had made over the weekend. “He bragged about blocking progress and said, ‘Please, please, blame him if it fails.’”

At the end of the show, Reid addressed the elephant in the room.

“Before we go, I just want to apologize very quickly,” Reid said. “I was chatting during a clip that was playing, and you know, we try to keep this show very PG-13, so I just want to apologize to anyone who was listening to my ‘behind the scenes’ chatter. I deeply, deeply apologize for that.”

In an homage to the 2018 controversy when she claimed she was hacked and later apologized for writing homophobic blog posts, some X users suggested that same thing may have been what happened on Monday’s segment.

Social media reactions seemed less offended by the language and more intrigued by the leftist MSNBC host actually breaking from the Democrat narrative.

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