'People Have Sex,' MSNBC Celebrates Virginia Dem Who Did Porn
Some people have argued that the revelations that Democratic Virginia State House Susanna Gibson’s history of making pornography should be disqualifying. Others have said it was no big deal, but the weekly panel on MSNBC’s The 11th Hour with Stephanie Ruhle took it a step further by trying to spin her response to revelations as a positive.
MSNBC Attacks DeSantis For Labeling Racist Shooter a 'Scumbag'
In the aftermath of the racially-motivated shooting in Jacksonville the media has disgustingly attempted to tie Gov. Ron DeSantis to the shooting that left three black people dead, but Tuesday’s Andrea Mitchell Reports took matters to a whole new level as Mitchell and correspondent Trymaine lee attacked him for calling the shooter a “scumbag.”
MSNBC Claims 'Woke' Is GOP's Way of Saying 'Black' Or 'The N-Word'
MSNBC’s Jose Diaz-Balart welcomed correspondent and podcaster Trymaine Lee to his Wednesday program to preview the GOP debate by focusing on the word “woke,” and how according to one of Lee’s guests, Republicans have turned it into “another way of saying black” or “the N-word.”
MSNBC Labels Abrams, Warnock Activists 'Non-Partisan'
As the midterms approach, podcaster Trymaine Lee was invited onto Friday’s MSNBC Reports to promote his Into America series about the black vote. As part of this promotion, Lee portrayed those working to elect Stacey Abrams and Raphael Warnock in Georgia as “non-partisan” while they portray voting for those two as a way to save democracy itself.
MSNBC Declares CRT Opponents Are Racist, Want To Restrict The Vote
MSNBC’s Yasmin Vossoughian welcomed colleague Trymaine Lee to discuss his new series Into America: The Power of the Black Vote. For the premiere episode, Lee traveled to Texas South University to team up with students and activists to accuse the GOP of racism for passing laws prohibiting Critical Race Theory in schools.
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…