MSNBC is at it again, perpetuating fake outrage and infecting the world with liberal propaganda. It’s amazing liberals are so entranced by such a dangerous network that is happy to infect the population with bogus ideologies.
What’s worse is they pretend like what they’re saying doesn’t cause irreparable harm to the nation because you see the same issues MSNBC (and CNN for that matter) anchors toxically debate regurgitated on all social platforms. What’s worse is that some of them spread what they heard on MSNBC or CNN and self-righteously pawn if off as if they thought of it first. We all see it though.
But this was the absolute worst. A MSNBC host made an unbelievably racist comment while absurdly accusing Republicans of being racist.
Some people just don’t belong on television.
You might immediately think of reality television when pondering which “influencers” or personalities don’t belong.
The first that come to mind is practically anybody on “Keeping up with the Kardashians,’ but even shows like “Survivor,” “The Bachelor,” “The Bacherlorette” and all of those “Housewives of [insert city here,” are filled with characters that make you wonder how the heck they got so far in life. Their obliviousness is mind numbing and their lack of common sense is infuriating.
Producers want it that way though. They want those individuals because it drives up content. You can blame MTV’s “The Real World” for being the spark that lit the Reality television world on fire.
But what about all of those talking heads on 24-hour news networks?
Retired liberal comedian Jon Stewart once said the only purpose for 24-hour networks is that they’re built for tragedies such as 9/11; implying that you can get around the clock coverage when a major world event occurs. Love or hate him; those are wise words.
Forcing content on a 24-hour news cycle is like telling someone to write a 30-page term paper using only a Wikipedia source. At some point you will be recycling the same thing over and over again.
It’s no surprise MSNBC isn’t welcoming of Republicans but what happened on Monday crossed a major line. MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle asked an absurdly racist question about how some “Never Trumpers” would vote and whether it “complicates” President Trump’s 2020 re-election.
WPA Intel’s Chris Wilson responded in the panel discussion, “If Joe Biden is the nominee they might be able to vote for him, but they’re going to be able to vote for an Elizabeth Warren or a Kamala Harris or a Bernie Sanders. So what Amash may do is give them a siphon.”
Ruhle asked, “Why not a Kamala Harris?”
Wilson replied, “Just because she’s a little bit too far left.”
She quipped back, “In what policy? Because it sounds more like that she’s too black.”
Wilson was of course taken aback by this comment, as we all should. That is the most asinine racist accusation from a television host in quite some time.
Thankfully, he fired back, “And you really think there’s that much separation ideologically between all of them? I mentioned them because they’re the three frontrunners. That’s why I brought that up for no other reason than that… To make that comparison is because of the color of her skin is really a little bit too 1960 for my taste and it’s not a fair statement.”
The real question is where she heard that Kamala Harris was “too black?” Ruhle literally says “because it sounds like,” as if that accusation has been floating out there for quite some time.
Or was she just projecting? Ruhle was undeniably projecting, unless she anecdotally overheard it from one person in her neighborhood bar. Suddenly that becomes the consensus. That’s exactly why 24-hour news networks are dangerous. They’ll say anything in order to get ahead.