The Alabama Supreme Court's recent ruling declaring an embryo created through in-vitro fertilization (IVF) a child protected by Alabama's wrongful death act and the Alabama Constitution continues to draw criticisms from left-wing talking heads. In a bizarre rant posted to TikTok, MSNBC's Joy Reid attacked U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville's (R-Auburn) views on the issue, comparing his "we need more kids" comment to slavery and illegal immigration.

"Why do we need more kids?" Reid's tirade began. "Your party, Senator Tuberville, is the one screaming that 10 million immigrants, which I don't even know if that number makes sense because it doesn't, have streamed into the country since Joe Biden has been president, and you're claiming that's too many people. If more people come through the Southern border, it's some sort of crisis because we've got too many people, and we've got no more space, and we can't afford more people, but now you're saying we need more kids?"

She went on to say that the last time Alabama needed more kids was when it was a slave state. She also argued that Alabama shouldn't need more kids now due to the influx of illegal immigrants and accused Tuberville of fearing the "great replacement theory."

"She's off the wall," Tuberville told Newsmax's Eric Bolling, responding to Reid's comments. "... It is the great replacement theory. That's exactly what they want to do. They're trying to replace as many people as they possibly can with people coming into this country that are not American, that weren't born here. But we do need more kids. That's the reason I'm pro-life in every direction, including IVF."

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Tuberville said Reid sounded "uneducated" about the topic and "doesn't know what she's talking about."

"We're not going to make it in this country if we have people like this continue to spew hate, and that's exactly what it is," he added.

Tuberville said he sees the divide in America less along political or racial lines and more between "Americans versus anti-Americans."

"We got to start pushing more American values in a direction this country can handle and not to people that hate this country and want to change it to something else," he said. "That's not going to happen, Joy Reid."

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