Talk about dedication … or a joke, you choose.

Sounds like Washington Post journo, Erik Wemple, plans to spend the rest of his days finding the magical, time-traveling hackers who magically made Joy Reid write a bunch of homophobic, Islamaphobic and misogynistic things.

What a trooper.

From the Washington Post:

The entirely plausible storyline goes as follows. When first presented late last year with some homophobic material from her blog’s archives, Reid apologized. Then, when additional posts bearing similar sensibilities surfaced in April, she cited hacking. “I learned that an unknown, external party accessed and manipulated material from my now-defunct blog, The Reid Report, to include offensive and hateful references that are fabricated and run counter to my personal beliefs and ideology,” she wrote in a statement to Mediaite. She noted that she’d contacted “federal law enforcement” and issued this appeal: “I hope that whoever corrupted the site recognizes the pain they have caused, not just to me, but to my family and communities that I care deeply about: LGBTQ, immigrants, people of color and other marginalized groups.”

Evil corrupter.

Alrighty then.


‘If I Di It, I Still Don’t Believe it,’ by Joy Reid.

Settle down, cranky.

We see what you did there.


We are ALL Joy Reid’s time-bending hackers.


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