Thursday, April 6, 2017

MSNBC’s Matthews, Corn Meltdown, Claim Susan Rice ‘Unmasking’ Controversy Is Racist and Sexist

By NewsBusters, April 04, 2017

On Tuesday’s edition of Hardball, MSNBC host Chris Matthews and MSNBC political analyst/Mother Jones D.C. bureau chief David Corn were unglued over the Susan Rice “unmasking” controversy, suggesting that it was racist and sexist for these accusations to be leveled at the former National Security Adviser because she’s never done anything wrong.
Matthews was off his rocker from the show’s opening minute, denouncing the Rice story as something pushed by the President to “distract attention from the investigation” even though he immediately touted colleague Andrea Mitchell’s lengthy interview with Rice hours earlier.
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1 comment:

  1. What can I add but to repeat what others say: The Media Gives Short Schiff to Obamagate

    Susan Rice, by the way, knew this story was coming. Two days ago, she re-tweeted a comment by former Hillary Clinton aide Jennifer Palmieri that said: “Here’s what’s happening. Trump NSC staff cherry picks intel which appears to back up Trump and leaks it to Fox so Trump can retweet it.”

    The scandal doesn’t stop with her. She was serving, as she did after Benghazi, as an errand girl, doing the bidding of Obama and John Brennan, among others– essentially, the officials at the top, including former Rice deputy Ben Rhodes.” However, once a story starts hurting the Dems, reporters drop it.


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