Errin Haines Whack
Joyless Gaslighting: Reid Claims Republicans Want to Ban ALL Voting!
Reacting to President Biden’s speech on voting, MSNBC’s ReidOut host Joy Reid insisted without evidence on Tuesday that not only do Republicans want to suppress the vote of African-Americans, but they want to end elections entirely by not having “the vote at all and I think y’all need to wake up to that.”
Cross Accuses GOP of 'White Supremacy,' Attacks Journalists From Left
Tiffany Cross used her Saturday show on MSNBC to accuse the Republican Party of supporting a "a system of white supremacy" and with self-proclaimed journalist Errin Haines, said there was no difference between political and racial divisions, essentially declaring conservatism is, by definition, racist and criticized journalists for not being willing to see it as such.
Joy’s Week of Hate: Fox Is al-Qaeda, GOPers Like Death, TX Loves Rape
MSNBC’s The ReidOut host Joy Reid had a pretty interesting time this week as her days and days of being Jalalabad Joy for the Biden administration on Afghanistan were rewarded with the end of the 20-year war and Texas’s new abortion law went into affect, so he had plenty of material to spew hatred and incite her viewers. Among the takes Reid offered, she compared Fox News…
MSNBC's 31 MINUTES of Softballs for Kamala: No COVID. No Tara Reade
To call the first interview with Kamala Harris as a vice presidential candidate a softball would be an insult to softball interviews. MSNBC on Friday aired, uninterrupted, new contributor Errin Haines talking to Harris for 31 minutes solid. This is the same networks that aired just three percent of Donald Trump’s campaign kickoff speech. Haines ignored dealing with COVID…
Here’s the WORST Moments from MSNBC’s America-Hating Rushmore Coverage
MSNBC debased itself Friday night with a vile display of hatred for America, the Constitution (except the freedom of the press), the Declaration of Independence, the Founding Fathers, and positive celebrations of both where the country has been and where we hope to go. Led by The Beat host Ari Melber, it was a despicable 103 minutes of venom, filled with calls to go beyond Confederate…