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Favorite MSNBC Radical Compares TX Abortion Law to Fugitive Slave Act

September 3rd, 2021 4:03 PM

On Thursday’s Morning Joe, one of MSNBC’s favorite bomb-throwing pundits, far-left Princeton professor Eddie Glaude, actually compared the new pro-life law in Texas to the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 that precipitated the Civil War. In addition, Glaude and his fellow leftist panelists hoped Democrats could use the issue to gin up turnout in the midterms.  

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Watch: MSNBC's Glaude Melts Down After Being Schooled by CRT Critic

July 6th, 2021 4:20 PM

After embarrassing host Joy Reid on her show recently, independent journalist and City Journal editor Christopher Rufo appeared on Morning Joe today to put Reid’s fellow MSNBC peers to shame on the controversial topic. Rufo went head-to-head with MSNBC contributor and Princeton professor Eddie Glaude, who unsurprisingly, became angry and frustrated when even co-host Joe Scarborough…

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‘I’m NOT Happy!’; Johnson Melts Down in Anger Over Chauvin Verdict

April 20th, 2021 6:43 PM

Moments after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of manslaughter and murder in the death of George Floyd, far-left MSNBC contributor and journalism professor Jason Johnson went on an unhinged rant saying he wasn’t “happy,” “pleased,” or “satifisf[ied]” with the “cultural make-up call” because there must be “radical reform” in order for police officers to stop…

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BBC’s Kay: DESPITE the Border, Biden Has Been ‘Incredibly Effective!’

April 19th, 2021 4:03 PM

The A-block of MSNBC’s Morning Joe made clear on Monday that, even though the Biden administration had to backtrack on maintaining a refugee cap from the Trump administration, they’re still in tremendous shape and doing a fantastical job. Speaking for the panel, BBC’s Katty Kay emphasized the snafu over an immigration cap “was a kind of rare moment in what has been an…

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MSNBC's Glaude: Ronald Reagan to Blame For Police Shootings

April 16th, 2021 9:36 PM

Princeton Professor and MSNBC contributor Eddie Glaude Jr. told Andrea Mitchell Reports guest host Kasie Hunt on Friday that the context that makes police shootings possible is the fault of former President Ronald Reagan.

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WHAT?! MSNBC’s Ruhle Wails: Media Holding Biden to ‘Unfair Standard’

February 4th, 2021 10:46 AM

On her 9:00 a.m. ET hour show Wednesday, MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle actually fretted that she and her left-wing media cohorts were somehow holding President Biden to an “unfair standard” by asking whether the White House was being sufficiently bipartisan in COVID relief bill negotiations. The pro-Biden host pleaded for the press to abandon efforts to hold the administration accountable for…

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MSNBC Cites Psalms After COVID Memorial, But Blames GOP for Division

January 19th, 2021 9:07 PM

Early Tuesday night, MSNBC was caught after a Joe Biden/Kamala Harris coronavirus memorial event between churning out more of their daily dreck against President Trump and returning to their Obama-era role of state-run TV. In the case of the latter, the event was deemed reminiscent of Psalm 147, proof that the federal government feels the pain of those lost to COVID-19, and a call to…

HERE Were the Worst Moments from MSNBC’s Post-Impeachment Coverage

January 14th, 2021 1:50 AM

It was another day of faux somberness Wednesday afternoon on MSNBC as Congress impeached President Donald Trump a week after some of his own supporters terrorized the U.S. Capitol. MSNBC used this second Trump impeachment as a front in its ongoing campaign to relabel tens of millions who think and vote differently as domestic terrorists.

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MSNBC Laments Christmas Gatherings 'Will Lead to Somebody Dying'

December 31st, 2020 9:29 PM

On Tuesday’s Morning Joe, MSNBC fill in hosts Jonathan Lemire and Kasie Hunt conspired with medical contributor Dr. Kavita Patel and Princeton professor Eddie Glaude Jr. to attack the Trump administration for the COVID vaccine rollout and Americans for gathering with their loved ones on Christmas. Patel complained that the vaccine rollout is not fast enough and called it “a total…

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MSNBC Defends Wright's 'God Damn America!'—Critics Miss the 'Nuance'

November 23rd, 2020 6:57 AM

When it comes to attempting to explain away the unexplainable, nothing's more hackneyed than claiming the offensive statement was "taken out of context." To be sure, Jason Johnson trotted out that excuse while guest-hosting MSNBC's AM Joy Sunday morning. But give Eddie Glaude credit. The frequent MSNBC guest came up with a somewhat more original excuse. Critics of Wright's…

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MSNBC's Glaude: 'Whiteness Animates the Core of this Country'

November 6th, 2020 10:05 AM

When MSNBC Live host Craig Melvin went on air Wednesday morning it was still unclear who the winner of the presidential election would be, but one thing was certain: it was not the massive repudiation of President Trump and the Republican Party that the left was hoping for. For Melvin's guest, Princeton Prof. Eddie Glaude Jr., this was very disheartening as he…

Disgusting Professorial Teachings

October 23rd, 2020 12:32 PM

The ugliness that we have recently witnessed including rioting, billions of dollars of property destruction, assaults, murders and grossly stupid claims about our nation has its origins on college campuses. Two websites, College Reform and College Fix, report on the despicable teachings on college campuses across the nation. Let us look at some of it.

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FRAUD: Glaude Says 'Law & Order' Is a Distraction, Excuses 'Unrest'

September 4th, 2020 9:59 AM

Professor Eddie Glaude Jr. joined MSNBC Live's Chris Jansing on Thursday to discuss the death of mentally disturbed Daniel Prude, and quickly turned to defending or excusing street violence. "When we hear the language of law and order, we need to understand its origin. It has everything to do with shifting the blame and focus from the…

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MSNBC Scorned Conservatives Who Doubted NASCAR Hate Crime, Then...

June 24th, 2020 6:34 AM

Less than an hour before news broke that the FBI found no evidence of a hate crime against NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace, MSNBC's John Heilemann and Eddie Glaude were lamenting those conservatives who had questioned whether the official story that someone had hung a noose in Wallace's garage was authentic.