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Curtis Houck | January 24th, 2022 2:03 PM

It was a horrendous week of vile bile from MSNBC’s ReidOut host Joy Reid as, across five shows, she accused Republicans of wanting to ban books for simply having a Black author, referred to Governor Glenn Youngkin (R-VA) as "pro-COVID,” argued Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) helms a dystopian state, referred to Senators Joe Manchin (D-

Mark Finkelstein | January 14th, 2022 8:48 PM

Paging Sigmund Freud: STAT! Sick Steve Schmidt needs help!

Kristine Marsh | December 23rd, 2021 7:28 PM

Despite her name coinciding with Christmas cheer, Joy Reid really seems to be more of a Scrooge. She spent her Wednesday show doing what she loves best, stirring up hatred and fear against people she doesn’t like, ie: the right, but also included the military and the unvaccinated on this episode.

Jorge Bonilla | December 19th, 2021 10:24 AM

En días recientes, Twitter canceló la cuenta de la publicación conservadora bilingüe El American, exigiéndole retirar una serie de tuits sobre una columna donde criticaba a la exrepresentante estadounidense Debbie Múcarsel-Powell por comparar la propuesta de establecer una guardia estatal en la Florida con el escuadrón asesino de matones colectivos de Venezuela.

Jorge Bonilla | December 18th, 2021 4:41 PM

Bilingual conservative publication El American was recently locked out of its Twitter account, and ordered to take down a series of tweets promoting a column that criticized former U.S. Representative Debbie Múcarsel-Powell for her comparison of the proposed Florida State Guard to Venezuela’s murderous colectivo goon squad. 

Mark Finkelstein | December 3rd, 2021 8:20 PM

How total is Michael Steele's transformation from RNC chairman to Democrat sycophant? On today's Morning Joe, Steele, an MSNBC analyst and member of the disgraced Lincoln Project, slurred Republican judicial appointees while expressing his preference for Democrat nominees.

Steele was commenting on Republican Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana telling Biden judicial nominee Dale Ho that he found him, based on his social media attacks on Republicans and conservatives, to be an "angry" man.

Said Steele:

Mark Finkelstein | November 19th, 2021 9:08 AM

Joe Scarborough's leftward lurch continues apace. We've reported Scarborough's support for a variety of liberal positions, with a particular emphasis on what the Democrats euphemistically call their "voting rights" bill.

Kristine Marsh | November 16th, 2021 3:10 PM

The View hosts pretended they were judge, jury, and executioner today of Kyle Rittenhouse--the teenager who shot and killed two men attacking him at a Kenosha riot last year in what he said was self-defense.

Brad Wilmouth | November 7th, 2021 2:30 PM

On Saturday morning's The Cross Connection, MSNBC viewers got a triple helping of racist comments as frequent guests Roland Martin and Elie Mystal took aim at whites.

Nicholas Fondacaro | November 4th, 2021 12:03 AM

Sparks flashed on Cuomo Prime Time as Republican Scott Jennings, former special assistant to President George W.

Curtis Houck | November 3rd, 2021 6:46 PM

Just when you think we had covered all of the MSNBC meltdowns from Tuesday night over the results of the Virginia gubernatorial election and down-ballot races, there were plenty more to cover from both late Tuesday and early Wednesday that, as we saw in the previous coverage, ranged from despondence to hysteria to denial of basic reality.

Tim Graham | November 1st, 2021 8:14 PM

Several CNN pundits and an AP reporter were extremely triggered by an alleged use of the phrase "Let's Go Brandon" at the end of a Southwest Airlines flight from Houston to Albuquerque. People wanted the pilot summarily fired.

Tim Graham | November 1st, 2021 2:29 PM

On Saturday night's Ayman Mohyeldin show on MSNBC, comedian Josh Gondelman accused the Lincoln Project of a clumsy, ineffective stunt in trying to place fake-Trumpers in front of a Youngkin for Governor bus in Virginia.

Saying he had to keep his language clean he said the Lincoln Project's attempts at mocking Republicans are "corny" and they were were "trying to rat fornicate without fornicating the rat to completion." The term "ratf--king" is an old Watergate-scandal term for dirty tricks. 

Autumn Johnson | October 31st, 2021 4:53 PM

Twitter was criticized after it failed to remove tweets suggesting that Glenn Youngkin, the GOP nominee for Virginia Governor, had white supremacists at a rally.

The rally members were later discovered to be Democrats with ties to the McAuliffe campaign. The Lincoln Project later took credit for the stunt.

Tim Graham | October 31st, 2021 8:42 AM

Reuters drew the ire of conservatives on Twitter on Saturday with a story headlined “Group of anti-Trump Republicans was behind tiki torches in Virginia campaign.” Friday's Democrat fakery of tiki-torch-bearing Trumpers standing in front of GOP candidate Glenn Youngkin's bus was NOT a Republican stunt.

Alex Christy | October 30th, 2021 2:10 PM

Chris Cuomo agreed with the Lincoln Project's Stuart Stevens that the group's Friday anti-Glenn Youngkin hoax raised "legitimate" questions about Youngkin's character and not that the group had to fabricate evidence in an attempt to prove that point.

Kristine Marsh | October 29th, 2021 8:00 PM

The corrupt Lincoln Project was forced to own up to a slimy stunt they orchestrated earlier today, in a pathetic effort to sway the Virginia governor’s race.

Curtis Houck | October 27th, 2021 12:40 AM

Folks, feast your eyes and ears on some pure liberal panic. On Monday and Tuesday, MSNBC’s The ReidOut and host Joy Reid and a cadre of liberals hit the panic button upon seeing Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin has a shot at pulling off an upset over former Governor Terry McAuliffe (D). 

Brad Wilmouth | October 24th, 2021 6:16 PM

On Friday's The 11th Hour, for about 30 seconds, Brian Williams did something that is rare for him and other journalists to do as he admitted that the national news media live in a liberal bubble, mostly interact with others who are in the same bubble, and are therefore out of touch with a mostly red country.

Alex Christy | October 24th, 2021 12:33 PM

Friday's edition of The 11th Hour on MSNBC devolved into hyperbolic name-calling when host Brian Williams compared Republicans to "killers" and the Lincoln Project's Steve Schmidt comparing them to fascists all while Democrats do nothing to stop them.

After Schmidt, who for seemingly unknown reasons used to consider himself a Republican, attacked Democrats for not doing anything to fight back against Republican attempts to extinguish democracy, Williams wondered: