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Tuesday, January 03, 2017

The Worst of MSNBC in 2016

After a volatile 2015 for MSNBC that included multiple show cancellations, 2016 seemed like a time to get back on course.

With the hopes of steering another election into the Democratic column, MSNBC leaned far forward in 2016 on behalf of Hillary Clinton and the hopes of an ascendant Democratic Party to carry on the legacy of President Obama (“the most noble man who has ever lived in the White House”).

Those hopes were dashed.

Whether it was Joy Reid systematically shutting down any conservative voices on her program,hysterical overreactions to Donald Trump’s victory, openly celebrating the Democrats’ gun control sleepover, hilariously bad coverage of Clinton’s 9/11 fainting spell, or Brian Williams saying the U.S.used nuclear weapons in “anger”, the hot takes came thick and fast as usual.

Here’s the worst of Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow, Lawrence O’Donnell and the gang in another year of left-wing lunacy on cable’s most ridiculous news channel.



Anonymous said...

Title could be rephrased to say:
"The Worst of MSNBC is yet to come!"

I sure do miss the days when news was the news, not infotainment!

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

New Sheriff in town with new rules of engagement for Lame Street Media. Get over yourselves and get with the program!


Anonymous said...

Every once in a while I click over to MSNBC just to see what those idiots are saying and with out fail I can't take more than a few minutes.Rachel Maddow is the worst but they are all terrible. I hope they keep losing money because they have got to go.

Anonymous said...

I can't stand to watch Rancid Madcow on TV.

Anonymous said...

That was a tough assignment - trying to determine the worst of MSNBC. Way too many to pick from.

Anonymous said...

MSNBC is the worst not just segments.

Anonymous said...

But...A Star Is Born...Megyn is porting over to change the fortunes of the NBC brand and its sundry offspring.

Cue the laugh track!