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MSNBC's Joy Reid complains about Gabby Petito media coverage, calls it 'missing white woman syndrome'

MSNBC host Joy Reid racialized the probable homicide of Gabby Petito when she bemoaned Monday the national media attention — including on MSNBC — that Petito's case has generated since the 22-year-old was reported missing earlier this month.

What did Reid say?

The MSNBC host conceded on her show, "The ReidOut," that Petito's family deserved "answers and justice," but suggested Petito's case generated national media attention only because she was a young white woman.

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Look at all the media attention George Floyd got, and he was black!

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