On MSNBC’s Morning Joe on Friday, left-wing regular Donny Deutsch was convinced that vague allegations of someone overhearing President Trump making controversial comments to another world leader during a private phone call would be the commander in chief’s downfall. Deutsch promised his fellow liberals that “this is the big one” and pleaded for Democrats to “storm the gate” with investigations.
TV Newswer’s A.J. Katz reported Thursday afternoon that MSNBC has pulled the plug on Trump Derangement Syndrome sufferer Donny Deutsch’s Saturday Night Politics, a taped show that aired only 13 times at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. And according to Katz, this was the fifth Deustch-hosted show to be cancelled following previous attempts with CNBC, CNN, MSNBC, and USA (which was a scripted show), but Deutsch will nonetheless keep his perch as a frequent guest on MSNBC shows.
MSNBC’s anchors from Joe Scarborough to Donny Deutsch are constantly comparing President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler.
Every single day, MSNBC pundit Donny Deutsch proves why he is in the running for the most Trump-deranged journalist in the liberal media. He has suggested that Trump is a “Christian fascist,” that Trump supporters want to engage in a “political ethnic cleansing,” that Trump could bring about a second Holocaust, and that Democrats are "at war" with Republican "liars, cheaters, and stealers" in 2020.
In a segment dubbed “could it happen here”, Deutsch again played around with the idea that Trump was constructing Nazi Germany in our own backyards. “During last week's show two days after Trump's harrowing North Carolina rally, lowlighted by racial chants of ‘send her back’, we posed the question: Could it happen here? It’s nine days later and we're still asking the question,” he announced.
If there was an award for most unhinged journalist of the Trump era, it would undoubtedly go to Donny Deutsch. The MSNBC contributor and host of poorly-rated Saturday Night Politics has embraced the politics of gaslighting in the Trump era like few other cable news pundits.
If there was an award for most Trump-deranged pundit on cable television, Donny Deutsch would be the frontrunner. In the wake of the President’s attacks on the so-called “squad” and the “send her back” chants at Trump’s rally in Greenville, North Carolina in reference to Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, Deutsch has completely melted down, decrying on Colbert’s The Late Show Tuesday night that we are living in the “most frightening time this country has ever faced.”
During MSNBC’s post-debate coverage on Wednesday, Saturday Night Politics host Donny Deutsch found himself in rhetorical cage match to the death against Last Word host Lawrence O’Donnell after Deutsch opined that Democrat Elizabeth Warren would lose in a landslide to President Trump and that no candidate on night one could currently beat the President.
You have heard it time and time again from the left: “Republicans have thrown away their principles to worship Trump.” The truth is that politician worship has a home on each side of the political aisle, and there is no group of people who worship Democratic politicians more than the “firefighters of the truth” in the mainstream media.
MSNBC on Friday pushed conspiracy theories and “dark” scenarios about the future. Rehabilitated liar Brian Williams invited network host and frequent guest Donny Deutsch to speculate on America’s foreboding future, should Trump continue in office. Deutsch warned, “People have to understand this is not a man who is playing with any boundaries on what a normal civilization and normal democracy has. I use the word sociopath and I know you’re not supposed to use psychological terms.”
One day after the visit to the White House by Boston Red Sox players celebrating the team’s 2018 World Series championship, the hosts on Friday’s edition of Morning Joe on MSNBC asserted that if even one player didn’t want to go, the others should have stayed away as well. The strongest comment came from co-host Joe Scarborough, who said no one on the baseball team should have taken part because Donald Trump is “the most racist president certainly in our lifetime.”
Donny Deutsch began a new MSNBC program called Saturday Night Politics, and he interviewed Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg and gushed aoll over him for his "core excellence of humanity" as the "polar opposite" to President Trump.