MSNBC: Biden 'Failing, Delusional, Hypocritical' on Voting Rights
Black liberals on Tiffany Cross's MSNBC show attack President Biden as "failing, delusional, and hypocritical" in his efforts to end the filibuster and combat Republican voting bills. Cross implicitly accuses Democrats, seemingly including Joe Manchin and Biden, of racism, suggesting they are being hesitant because it is black voters who are most affected by the Republican voting bills.
MSNBC's Cross: CRT Opponents Want to 'Whitewash' Truth About USA
On Saturday, MSNBC weekend host Tiffany Cross claimed Critical Race Theory is just the latest culture war boogeyman conservatives are using in their attempt to "whitewash America." Yet, she also maintained on her Saturday show that CRT is necessary in order to explain why 1619 Project creator Nikole Hannah-Jones was initially denied tenure at the University of North Carolina.
Velshi Panics Over SCOTUS: 'Big Lie' Is 'Becoming Entrenched Into Law'
For MSNBC's Ali Velshi the sky might as well be falling, because on his Saturday he agreed with Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey that the country is at the point of no return on voting rights now that the Supreme Court has ruled that bans on ballot harvesting and out-of-precinct voting do not violate Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.
Rumsfeld Dies, MSNBC's Mohyeldin Blames Him, U.S. For Mideast Misery
Former two-time Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld died on Wednesday at the age of 88. Given his role in the Iraq War, both in its conception and in how it was fought, it was inevitable that media reaction would be at least somewhat critical. On his MSNBC show, Ayman Mohyeldin, however, went much further, blaming him and the U.S. for the misery that exists in Iraq and Afghanistan.
MSNBC Is Sick: Guest Blames Crime Surge on 'Cowardly, Butt-Hurt' Cops
Appearing on Tiffany Cross's MSNBC show, former LAPD cop Cheryl Dorsey turned self-styled "social advocate" blames the police for the current crime surge, calling them "butt-hurt" and "cowardly." Cross and Dorsey float a conspiracy theory that the police are intentionally inflating crime statistics in order to stave off de-funding efforts.
How Corrupt Is MSNBC? Network Now OPENLY Lobbying to Pack the Court
When he's not guest hosting MSNBC's The Cross Connection, Jason Johnson is a politics and journalism professor at Morgan State University, which does not inspire confidence in the next generation of journalists as he warned on Saturday of "catastrophic implications" of the Supreme Court's 6-3 conservative balance and condemned Sen. Mitch McConnell for not allowing President…
Velshi Accuses Conservatives of Trying to Silence 1619 Project Writer
Leftists got upset at the recent news that the University of North Carolina's board of trustees decided not to give New York Times Magazine writer and 1619 Project organizer Nikole Hannah-Jones tenure, but despite this, she will still be teaching at UNC starting in July. Still, MSNBC's Ali Velshi used his Saturday show to accuse conservatives of silencing and cancelling her…
MSNBC Radical Tiffany Cross on Law Enforcement: 'Time to Burn It Down'
Tiffany Cross, on her MSNBC show, speaking of the American law enforcement system, says: "It feels like it's just time to burn it down." Cross reinforced her implicit call to violence moments later, saying: "I have to say, as a people, for my people, I am up for the most radical of things to make sure that we live." Cross was reacting to recently-released video of the death of Ronald Greene…
MSNBC Brings on Anti-Semitic BDS Founder to Urge Boycott of Israel
On Thursday's Ayman Mohyeldin Reports, the MSNBC show's namesake host continued his colleagues' tradition of inviting anti-Semites to discuss the developments in Israel and Gaza. This time, Mohyeldin welcomed, BDS co-founder Omar Barghouti to justify his movement, which is widely considered to be anti-Semitic, and to unwittingly show why peace Israeli-Palestinian…
MSNBC's Tiffany Cross Show Pushes Abolition of Police --and Capitalism
So it's not just about the abolition of policing. It's about the abolition of capitalism itself. That was the message on Tiffany Cross's MSNBC show on Saturday. Will Cross applaud when Comcast is nationalized into Comrade?
MSNBC's Ruhle: Jobs Numbers Show We Need to Spend Another $4 Trillion
For MSNBC senior business correspondent and host Stephanie Ruhle, Friday's woeful jobs numbers prove that in addition to the recent $2 trillion COVID stimulus, the U.S. needs to adopt the White House's expanded definition of "infrastructure" and spend an addition $4 trillion.
MSNBC Contributor: I Have to Wipe 'Stink' of Tucker Carlson Out of Air
Back in 2006, when Venezuela's communist dictator Hugo Chavez took the UN podium, he claimed, in an allusion to the Devil, to still smell the "sulphur" from the previous day, when then-President George W. Bush had spoken. In a reprise of Chavez's clownish act, MSNBC contributor Fernand Amandi, after viewing a Tucker Carlson clip that Tiffany Cross ran on her MSNBC show this morning,…
MSNBC: Don't Know How Florida Bill Will Suppress The Vote, But It Will
MSNBC correspondent Sam Brock admitted on Thursday's Hallie Jackson Reports that critics of Florida's new election law do not know how it will suppress the vote, but are certain it will. Meanwhile, in Texas, fellow correspondent Jane Timm described that state's new election law as "chilling" for adding "felony penalties for various parts of the election process."
MSNBC Attacks Tim Scott: A Marionette Making 'Asinine' Remarks
They cannot stand blacks that decide to be Republican and conservative. On her MSNBC show Saturday morning, Tiffany Cross repeatedly tore into Sen. Tim Scott, branding his response to President Biden's address to Congress, and in particular, Scott's comments on the Georgia election law, as "bizarre, ridiculous . . . and asinine." MSNBC political analyst Fernand Armandi mocked Scott…