Media Makes Impeachment Music With 'Virtuoso' Schiff

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In this weeks Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:

After a peaceful Monday rally by Second Amendment activists in Richmond, Virginia, CNN and MSNBC deserved thoughts and prayers seeing as how their fear-mongering about “violence” by “thousands” of “heavily armed” “guns rights activists, white nationalists, militia groups swarming” the Capitol fizzed into puddles of lies.

The leftist media swooned in unison by waxing rhapsodic over Adam Schiff's performance while presenting the Democrat case for impeachment. "Virtuoso performance" was MSNBC’s favorite term.

Amidst Thursday’s dinner break in the Senate impeachment trial, MSNBC’s panel kept alive the boring, nonsensical, and predictable living love letter to the House Democratic impeachment managers, calling Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA) “excellent” and equating his team to a thorough landscaping team mowing a lawn or a captivating episode of Wheel of Fortune (with Schiff as Vanna White).

The ratings are in for the first day of the Democratic House Managers impeachment arguments in front of the Senate, and the broadcast networks (ABC, CBS and NBC) collectively lost about three million viewers who would have been expected to watch their normal fare of daytime soap operas.

MSNBC’s took a break this week from comparing President Trump to Hitler…instead they compared him to Stalin.

For much more media wackiness check out NewsBusters.

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