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Wacky MOLE: MSNBC Can't Face The Facts


In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:

It’s MSNBC versus the facts – and well, MSNBC just can’t handle facts.

This week MSNBC mouthpiece Vaughn Hillyard claimed President Donald Trump didn’t mention abortion in his re-election campaign speech in Orlando. Except that he did. Numerous times.  I guess since Vaughn’s covering the election he decided not to listen to the president’s speeches.

MSNBC host Kasie Hunt can’t seem to handle the fact that historically segregationists are Democrats. So she claims they’re Republicans. Except that they are not, even when Joe Biden works with them.

“To know Trump is to hate Trump,” according to an MSNBC chant performed in their exercise yards before each broadcast day.  Okay, Tony Schwartz said it during one of his broadcast appearances on MSNBC. “Meaning everybody who knows him deep down hates him completely,” Schwartz added.

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow describes a world in which babies survive and anti-abortion laws are enforced as “dystopian fiction.”

MSNBC’s Jacob Soboroff overreacted to President Trump’s tweet proclaiming “ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States.” According to Soboroff, the only reason to enforce the law is, “Quite literally to terrorize the millions of people who are in this country illegally.”

For more liberal wackiness check out NewsBusters.

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