No wonder MSNBC’s ratings are horrible. Its producers obviously do a very poor job vetting “experts” and its hosts do a very poor job actually listening to the poorly-vetted “experts.”
MSNBC host Krystal Ball gazed into the camera to tell the world she had someone in the American embassy and he told Ball he saw “a projectile flying through the sky and it would appear the plane was shot down by a blast of wind from Howard Stern’s ass.”
Ball, without missing a beat, responded, “so it would appear the plane was shot down, can you tell us anything more from your military training, of what sort of missile system, uh, that may have been coming from?”
“You’re a dumb ass, aren’t ya,” the “expert” responded.
After a long pause, Ball said, “I’m sorry sir?” apparently still not realizing what was going on.
Is it me or did Press actually say ObamaCare is doing “so well”? Good grief. He cannot be serious. And check out the “Conspiracy Card” he plays. He is a partisan hack, of course you have to be a left-wing hack to be a guest on MSNBS, especially on Sharpton’s show.
I would like to ask Press one question about Benghazi, or the VA scandal. If there is a “conspiracy” then who is complicit? The Republicans? They are not in the White House. They are not running the State Department. Democrats are! The Republicans did not lie about Benghazi multiple times. They did not repeatedly blame a video when they KNEW that Benghazi was a terror attack. Democrats did, and the evidence is plain to see, there is no doubt about this. Team Obama LIED! And they imprisoned a man for what, a year? All under the guise of blaming a video. Hey, if Press wants to call conspiracy, he needs to look at Team Obama.
MSNBC host Touré tore into President Barack Obama over his announcement on Thursday of a program to address disproportional rates of poverty and crime among African-American youth. The MSNBC host insisted that Obama was misguided to focus on the family and “personal responsibility” as ways to address those issues. He insisted “structural racism” was to blame for crime and poverty in the African-American community.
Touré began by praising the president for speaking to black youths in a way “only a black president could.” However, he said he was “depressed” by Obama’s outreach because even he would be unable to address many of the problems facing the black community.
“But when the president speaks to the black community, there’s often a dive into the politics of personal responsibility,” he continued. “I cringe at that, as if effort and excuses have been the problem.”
“No,” Touré asserted. “It’s been structural racism.”
Yeah, sure Toure, we need to drop any personal responsibility and embrace Social justice right? I will say that people like Toure are a blight upon Black Americans. His message of total blame shifting and government dependence is racist, and poisonous.
Good Freaking grief, ALL, and I mean ALL Matthews, and most of the rest of the MSNBS crew does is vilify Republicans, the Tea Party, Conservatives, Southerners, gun owners, and so on. Yet they have the unmitigated gall to whine that Republicans are mean to the Obamassiah?
Again, the hypocrisy is as thick as the ice in Antarctica. Note Matthews and his guests NEVER admit that Republicans are differing with the president, many of them quite respectfully, on issues and ideals. No, they just attack the Right for daring to dissent. I thought dissent was patriotic? Isn’t that what the Left parroted during the Bush presidency?
You have to hand it to MSNBS, you really do. That network is THE biggest tree in the Grove of Low Hanging Blogging Fruit, and employs a greater concentration of Moonbats and Leftists than can even be contemplated. These anchors, I would call them on air talents but they seem to have no talent save for lying, are at least funny. And, they do serve as a stark reminder that the Left is nothing but an over emotional wasteland of idiots. But, stupid can be funny, as Ed Schultz proved the other day when he made this pronouncement “Republicans, they’re afraid of me. They don’t want to talk to me.”
Really Ed? No one is afraid of an intellectual debate with Ed Schultz of course. Now many folks might be too smart to waste their time going on Ed’s show on MSNBS. They realize they would not be allowed to speak, or answer questions. they know Ed’s tactics, and they know Ed is afraid of debate unless he can control it. So, stop it Ed, my gut is hurting from laughing so hard.
Now, if you really want a debate Ed you could try debating yourself over all that union money you have taken to be their water boy, that might be fun to watch Mr. Pro-Worker.
Monday’s NOW with Alex Wagner on MSNBC started with some video footage of nuns singing songs to the elderly poor. But, judging by the discussion that ensued between Wagner and her two guests, you’d think the Little Sisters of the Poor were more intimidating than the Sopranos.
“The administration must now deal with this latest threat to the nation’s health care law: these ladies, the Little Sister of the Poor.”
That was MSNBC’s Wagner, who also actually said: “It seems this administration has bent over backwards to ensure that people can exercise their religion” and, “Women’s lives are being saved by provisions in the Affordable Care Act.”
Forget the fact that the claim that women’s lives are being saved by ObamaCare, odd no Liberal calls it ObamaCare anymore, is specious rhetoric. Believe it or not there WAS health care BEFORE ObamaCare. I want to focus on this nugget of foolishness
“It seems this administration has bent over backwards to ensure that people can exercise their religion”
Hmmm, actually, no president ensures that right. The Constitution does Alex, you really ought to read that document sometime. And, to be entirely honest Alex, the right to exercise your religion is a natural right. Government cannot give, or take such rights. Natural rights are as inherent to us as our blood is. What is wrong with the Left? Their total detachment from our founding principles, and their abject refusal to embrace the wisdom that our Founders had. These things are foreign to ignorant buffoons like Alex Wagner. To her all rights come from government, and are entirely conditional on government benevolence.