Watch MSNBC’s Joy Reid try to run rough-shod over Pastor Mark Burns and get DESTROYED!

[VIDEO] In this video you will get to watch MSNBC’s Joy Reid try to run rough-shod over Pastor Mark Burns who is a black supporter of President Donald Trump. Just like all liberals, she tries to take the moral high ground and insinuate that it would be un-Christian to send illegal immigrants back to the nations that they came from. Asking how a Man of God could do such bad things is a typical alt-left tactic. Her level of rudeness is only superseded by her single-minded approach to the problem. Watch and try to keep your cool, please.


As Written and Reported By Julia Nista for the Daily Caller:

MSNBC’s Joy Reid attempted to hold pro-Trump Pastor Mark Burns’ feet to the fire when discussing President Trump’s recent immigration comments, but the host could not hold up to his counter-arguments and eventually cut him off.

Reid and Pastor Burns entered into a fiery exchange on air Saturday morning.

“How can you, as a man of God, justify sending people back to such a country if the country is so broken? How can you justify sending people back to that country?” Reid asked.

“This is not about sending people back to their country,” responded Pastor Burns. He continued as Reid tried unsuccessfully to control the narrative, saying, “We are talking about taking care of America first.”

“Joy, it is not the responsibility of the United States of America to be the United States of the global world. This is the United States of America. You, Joy, I, am American. The President of the United States’ job, his vow and oath, was to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, and the citizens of the United States,” Pastor Burns said…..

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