In this week's Wacky Moments of Leftist Extremism:
It was a tsunami of hate and dangerous rhetoric Thursday night on MSNBC’s The ReidOut, as host Joy Reid and former Republican-turned-liberal and Lincoln Project adviser Kurt Bardella insisted that Republicans are a “radicalized, anti-democratic institution” that’s become “a domestic terrorist cell” that “champions” racism and “violence.”
This follows MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace previously comparing Republicans to terrorists and mentioning previous drone strikes on terrorists. "The way you root out terrorism, is to take on, in the case of Islamic terrorism, kill those who incite it," she said.
On ABC's The View, they claim GOP members who mention the violent rhetoric of Rep. Maxine Waters or Sen. Chuck Schumer are pushing a "false equivalent." Host Whoopi Goldberg declared, "You can say Maxine Waters told people to get in people's faces or people like Chuck Schumer said -- we can point to 565 million times you-know-who incited violence!” 565 million? Show me the evidence. Oh yeah, she has none.
On Sunday’s CNN Newsroom, host Fredricka Whitfield brought on correspondent Randi Kaye for a laughably bad segment which almost seemed like a parody. Kaye, who was tasked with covering Tampa Bay during the Super Bowl this weekend, bragged about her double mask wearing and about calling the cops on maskless fans in Tampa. Yep, CNN called the cops.
For more on the week's leftist media extremism watch the video above.
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