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Wacky MOLE: The Lowdown On The Leftist Media Meltdown


In this week’s Wacky Moments of Liberal Expression:

CBS This Morning on Thursday had a segment attempting to blame everything they feel is wrong in America on slavery – including the lack of universal healthcare.

Things took a bizarre turn roughly ten minutes into Wednesday’s Hardball, as panel member Yamiche Alcindor of PBS decided to take issue with Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA” being played at Trump rallies.

An MSNBC panel argued that Trump supporters suffer from "a willful layer of ignorance” and that Democrats are a "much more intellectually curious crowd, open to ideas."

Chris Cuomo, AKA Fake News Fredo, over at CNN displayed his open mind this week. He judged President Trump by the color of his hair. Cuomo concludes that Trump’s hair shows that “he doesn’t care the way others have” in the Oval Office.

CNN held several meltdowns this week after they learned former Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and Sean Spicer would get jobs in the media. CNN’s Brian Stelter was demanding “outrage and backlash.”

That was of course, hours before CNN announced that the network had hired ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, as a contributor. McCabe, as you remember, was fired by the FBI for leaking information about the Clinton Foundation investigation to the media, then lying about it under oath.

For more media wackiness check out NewsBusters.

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