Joy Reid's Economic Ignorance Drives Ron 'Insana'
November 30th, 2019 2:04 PM
Just how unknowledgeable about the economy is Joy Reid? So much so that it drove even the liberal Ron Insana . . . insane, obliging him to correct her misstatements.
MSNBC Blames GOP for 'Ethnic Cleansing' in Deportation Begun by Obama
February 3rd, 2018 10:52 AM
On Friday's MSNBC Live, an all-liberal panel consisting of host Stephanie Ruhle, CNBC contributor Ron Insana and MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson fretted over the likely deportation of a U.S. Army veteran, Miguel Perez, who was convicted in 2008 of trying to sell cocaine to an undercover agent. Because he is not a citizen, after he finished his prison sentence in 2016, he was targeted for…
That Escalated Quickly! Fox Business and CNBC Reporter Twitter Feud
November 7th, 2014 5:35 PM
On Friday CNBC’s Ron Insana and Fox Business News’s Charles Gasparino engaged in a Twitter fight that included cheap shots like “you will always be a fat slob i’d smack u silly but it wld be considered child abuse” from Gasparino and comebacks from Insana like: “you shall remain a single-source shill for whomever whispers in your ear. As for the smack down…
MSNBC's Thomas Roberts: GOP Opposition to Govt. Spending an 'Act of Tr
August 9th, 2011 1:15 PM
MSNBC's Thomas Roberts implied Tuesday that members of Congress who oppose efforts to inject more government spending into the economy, as President Barack Obama proposed recently, are committing an "act of treason."
"Why don't people look at that as an act of treason?" the daytime anchor asked the Washington Post's Ezra Klein, who shrugged off the accusation…
CNBC's Insana Rips Ron Paul: He 'Doesn't Even Have a Basic Understandi
June 14th, 2010 5:59 PM
This one was one that you just couldn't let go - that libertarian champion and former Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul, Texas, doesn't have a basic understanding of economics. That was the claim made by CNBC senior analyst and commentator Ron Insana on the June 14 broadcast of "Closing Bell." At issue was a June 14 Washington Post article by Robert O'Hara and Dan…