Media Serves Up Your ‘Final Thanksgiving', Unless You Give Them What They Want - Wacky MOLE


In this week’s Wacky Moments of Leftist Extremism:

MSNBC’s Joy Reid warns it maybe the “final Thanksgiving” for your relatives if you break stay-at-home orders and have relatives over. Reid also accused Republicans of figuratively “bolt[ing] the door” shutting people in a burning house and purposefully trapping Americans as the Coronavirus rages. All while she peddled fake news on Operation Warp Speed, and stated Republicans “don’t care” about unemployment among minorities. Joy was really busy.

This week CNN’s Chris ‘Fredo’ Cuomo admitted “we do the job based on who's in power,” and told Republicans that he disagrees with they are targeted. “Yeah. You are being targeted. But not because you're victims. Because you're victimizing the rest of us.”

On Wednesday's The 11th Hour show, MSNBC host Brian Williams put a negative spin on the recent appointment of five young conservative justices to the federal courts. Williams made "elections have consequences" the theme of his closing commentary. During the monologue he expressed his concerns over the young age of the new judges and the fact that one new female judge is (gasp!) religious.

On CNN’s New Day, it was suggested that the media should refuse to report on, or examine the merits of, any Republican challenges to election results. CNN has decided for all of America that the challenges are not "serious," and thus that reporting on them could only help Republicans.

For more media insanity watch the video above.

For a detailed look at all the leftist media extremism, check out NewsBusters.

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