MSNBC Analysts Agree: Socialist’s Superficiality No Big Deal

July 26th, 2018 9:44 AM
On All In with Chris Hayes Tuesday night, Hayes and a panel of guests discussed Democratic candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and concluded that, in the end, her specific socialist policies don’t matter. After misrepresenting Republican positions, the panel arrived at the conclusion that perception of Ocasio-Cortez trumped her lack of substantive proposals.

MSNBC: Trump's Muslim Policy a 'Logical Extension' of Rest of GOP

December 8th, 2015 12:07 PM
Despite the fact that numerous Republican presidential candidates have condemned Donald Trump’s call to ban all Muslims from entering the country, an MSNBC political analyst tried to connect it to all members of the GOP. Actor and liberal radio host Sam Seder appeared on Monday’s All In: “What Donald Trump was saying is obviously repugnant and antithetical to American values.” He added, “The…

MSNBC’s Hayes: Opposing Gay Marriage ‘An Indicator of Moral Depravity'

December 24th, 2014 10:31 AM
If you ask MSNBC's Chris Hayes, it’s the religious right who is depraved when it comes to the issue of gay marriage. The December 23 edition of All In with Chris Hayes featured guest Sam Seder comparing gay marriage opponents to ISIS, while the host suggested that traditional marriage supporters are morally bankrupt. After Hayes and his guests cheerfully talked up the supposed emerging consensus…

MSNBC: Tea Party 'Reckless with People's Lives,' GOP 'Can't Win on Jus

December 10th, 2013 6:09 PM
On Monday's All In on MSNBC, during a discussion of whether the Tea Party has helped conservatism, host Chris Hayes accused the Tea Party of being "reckless" in several ways, including "with people's lives," as he contrasted the GOP and Democratic bases, while MSNBC's Karen Finney asserted that GOPers only agree on "how much they hate Barack Obama." Hayes began the discussion as he posed:

'An Absolute Disgrace': CNN's Parker Spitzer Finds Blast of Dissent Ag

December 5th, 2010 7:52 AM
While the "objective" network newscasts strenuously sought to hornswoggle the public into thinking everyone in Washington was sympathetic to unethical tax-evading liberal Rep. Charlie Rangel getting censured on the House floor for 45 seconds, CNN's Parker Spitzer asked about Rangel on Thursday night and received a dissenting blast from sports journalist Stephen A. Smith, who called him an “…

CNN Talking Head Panel Mostly Sides With Letterman versus Palin

June 12th, 2009 6:45 PM
[Update, 7:40 pm EDT: Audio and video from segment added.] Another discussion panel on CNN’s Campbell Brown program on Thursday leaned to the left, this time on the Letterman/Palin controversy. Air America’s Sam Seder defended the raunchy “joke” about one of the Palin daughters. VH-1’s Janell Snowden supported the host’s “job to make fun of people.” CNN analyst Jeff Toobin thought Bristol Palin…