MSNBC allowed Deadline: White House host Nicolle Wallace to host their coverage of Saturday’s White House Coronavirus Task Force daily briefing and, predictably, she twice interrupted to rip President Trump with like-minded guests Kimberly Atkins and Steve Schmidt. In Schmidt’s case, he blabbered that Trump was “completely over his head,” “incoherent,” “mentally….unraveling,” and “rambling.”



In a bizarre interview with Nicolle Wallace during her MSNBC show, Joe Biden is alternately goofy and choked up.  He twice gets emotional while describing people who have lost loved ones to the coronavirus. But he also twice flings insults at President Trump, only to call his words "stupid," saying "sorry," and "I shouldn't have said it that way," while making a series of goofy facial expressions. 



On her MSNBC show, Nicolle Wallace says it's "more difficult" to hope that Sen. Rand Paul, who has tested positive for coronavirus, is okay, given that he didn't promptly self-quarantine. No worries, Nicolle! Nothing "harsh" at all about finding it difficult to hope that someone with a potentially fatal disease is okay! Particularly when, as you twice mentioned, he's a "Republican."



On Wednesday's Deadline: White House on MSNBC, fill-in host John Heilemann joined in on the pettiness of some journalists claiming that it is "racist" for President Donald Trump to accurately acknowledge that the coronavirus infections first appeared in China by calling it the "Chinese virus."



After getting excited by the idea that coronavirus deaths could “take down” Trump’s presidency, a shameless Nicolle Wallace shared this same sentiment again, to a lesser extent, on Seth Meyers’s show, Monday night. Not even a deadly pandemic was off limits for the two smug liberals to use to their political benefit.



Is Nicolle Wallace so blinded by her hatred of President Trump that she's forgotten--assuming she ever knew--that the leaders of China don't stand for election. It's a communist dictatorship, you know?



Despite the media’s empty words insisting they are not politicizing the coronavirus, they keep doing just that. On Friday afternoon’s Deadline: White House, MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace and Princeton professor Eddie Glaude were practically cheering for more Americans to die from the virus so it could be President Trump’s “Katrina.”



It may be hard to remember, but once upon a time the media was infatuated with former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, but even Buttigieg's own party grew tired of his empty platitudes and inexperience and as a result he withdrew from the presidential race. On Monday's Deadline: White House host Nicolle Wallace and correspondent Vaughn Hillyard reminisced about Buttigieg's purported charisma and his one-way feud with Vice President Mike Pence.



Nicolle Wallace's MSNBC show predicts pure doom and despair for Democrats.  A.B. Stoddard predicted that at tonight's Democrat debate in Nevada, the candidates are sure to focus their fire on Mike Bloomberg, letting Bernie Sanders off the hook. That in turn would lead to his nomination. Stoddard foresaw Sanders getting "slaughtered" in the general election, with President Trump winning a "huge mandate." Steve Schmidt then said that a Sanders candidacy, given his plan to take private health insurance policies away from 150 million Americans, would be a "death sentence" for the Democrats. And John Heilemann envisioned Bernie and Bloomberg "slugging it out" for months to come, leaving the Democrat party unable to put itself back together. 



On Nicolle Wallace's MSNBC show, Chris Matthews urges Bernie Sanders's primary opponents to "punch" at him, and tell him, "you're full of it." He warns that with Sanders as their candidate, Democrats could lose 49 states, as they did in 1972 with far-left  George McGovern. 



On Nicolle Wallace's MSNBC show, Never Trumper Rick Wilson predicts that if Sanders is the nominee, he would lose 44 states to President Trump. Wallace, putting on her former strategist's hat, expressed grave doubts about Sanders's electability, given his weak support among African-American voters and his democratic socialist label. But, determined to reaffirm her Trump-hating credentials, she prefaced her critique by declaring: "I'm on the record. I will vote for whomever -- I will, I will gladly and easily and handily vote for Bernie Sanders if he's the nominee."



On the ground in New Hampshire, Katy Tur, or “the MSNBC anchor who knew too little,” spent much of Tuesday stepping on rakes. After making the embarrassingly uninformed claim that people took out 30-year loans to buy cars, Tur tried to downplay Senator Bernie Sanders’s (I) radical ideology but was immediately schooled by a Trump voter she sought comment from.