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Wacky MOLE: Lib Media Tells Dems How To Best ‘Weave’ Impeachment



In this week’s Wacky Moments Of Liberal Expression:

It looks like a majority of Americans, as much as 95% have skipped watching the kangaroo court– err, the Democratic House impeachment inquiry.

The liberals that did watch it, may have found the whole thing pretty confusing. Luckily the leftist media spent a lot of time coaching the Democrats to avoid complicated words like “quid pro quo” and use simpler terms like “bribery.” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) picked up on the tip.

The change in wording might help the Democratic/media effort to “weave a compelling tale of wrongdoing” that they so desperately need.

In the latter stages of MSNBC’s post-Democratic debate analysis on Thursday, AM Joy host Joy Reid uncorked a rant ripping into South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, over the crazy notion of speaking about America in optimistic tones, and wanting to unite Americans - because “Donald Trump is dangerous” to minorities such as Reid and her family! 

Another Democratic debate and that means it’s time for another appearance by Michael Moore on MSNBC. On Wednesday night, Moore talked, with just a few minor interruptions, for seven minutes and declared, “I am the center” of the Democratic Party. 

For more wacky leftist media stories, check out NewsBusters.

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