Donna Brazile Rewrites History With Anti-Hillary Backstabbing
Her infuriating screed against the DNC hurts more than it helps.
Her infuriating screed against the DNC hurts more than it helps.
Watch and learn.
This is the last straw when it comes to the Grey Lady's Clinton Derangement Syndrome.
Trump was going to bring a "Revolution," remember?
As long as we keep playing to the people who voted for Trump, we're stuck in neutral.
Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle invited 'Donald Trump for President' advisory board member Brad Thomas onto their MSNBC show today and gave the hapless business man one of the most savage dressing downs ever.
Cable news audiences don't care about slogans as long as the partisan spin remains the same.
That doesn’t mean ignore it. Let me explain.
We cannot allow this liberal institution to become a nicer version of Fox News.
Conway used an almost unimaginably audacious lie to bash the media. Then she backtracked, yet blamed the media again for calling her out. There's a method to this madness. What she's doing isn't an accident -- it's a strategy.
This is what normalizing white supremacy and bigotry looks like.
This was just embarrassing.
The media wants you to believe this, and for one very good reason.
Yes, that happened.
No liberal should watch this network, at least during the week.
No one on this planet more deserves an ass-kicking than Jesse Watters. On Saturday night, The Huffington Post's Ryan Grim almost made it happen.
Donald Trump isn't your average candidate and he isn't running your average campaign. It's time for the political media to stop pretending he is.
This is just the latest example of how the network is screwing the journalism pooch.
The only thing missing was an exit through the gift shop.
He reportedly has a meeting coming up with NBC News chief Andy Lack.
Time for Media Matters to open up a file on Ronan Farrow, of all people.
It's fucking ridiculous that something like this could happen to a network like MSNBC and to a roomful of people who are supposed to be pretty smart. I'd like to say that I'm angry at the guy who called in but I'm absolutely not because he never should've gotten on the air.
If Bill O'Reilly had a modicum of shame, he would have kept himself well away from the Brian Williams saga. But then he is the Fox News network's major star, and you don't get on Fox by having any shame.
When Republican Congressman Mike Rogers let loose a spray of nonsensical Keystone pipeline talking points, MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Leaned Forward... into the next subject.
And once more we do this little bullshit dance.
Look, you don't have to have a serious news hook for every cool-ass piece of video.
The guy in Chris Hayes' Gaza B-roll footage isn't just nonchalant; he's anti-chalant.
Everything you need to know about Klein's flawed, credibility-seeking logic is right here.
Fox News has covered Garner's killing far less than MSNBC, which is a blessing when you look at the reporting they've actually done, but CNN has covered it even less than that.
Rand Paul threw a hissy fit on MSNBC Wednesday, and was still raging hours later when he spoke to a group of young libertarians about how the "cranks and hacks" just totally ruined his day.
While the guy who did this is a jackass, it's beyond amazing that he was able to lie himself past what should be some pretty tight vetting.
Chuck Todd did a great job of keeping Todd Akin talking about "legitimate rape" -- the kind you can't get pregnant from, except when you can, at which time you should still be forced to carry your rapist's baby.
Rand Paul won't have an easy path to the nomination, but more and more it's looking like he'll have the easiest.
If this week is any indication, MSNBC viewers no longer need to get up at 6 am to get a taste of what it feels like to watch Fox News.
Legendary sportscaster and political lightning rod Bob Costas blew a big wet kiss to all of the conservatives who think that MSNBC hosts are the real racists for always blaming racist things on racism.
The White House can say it doesn't govern by poll numbers, but that just makes it seem like they don't care what people think.
The rapture-like whisking away of millions of people portrayed on HBO's "The Leftovers" gets the "what if" treatment in this news media whip-around.
Lawrence O'Donnell returned to MSNBC last night after surviving a harrowing car crash two months ago. He spoke about his recovery in a poignant monologue, but already some news outlets are homing in on one particular comment he made. And that kind of thing is exactly why O'Donnell was right to completely avoid news during his time away.
This is one of the best things you'll see all day. Promise.
The rule is three strikes and you're out. last I heard, and Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough whiffed again Tuesday morning in covering UCSB mass shooter Elliott Rodger. For a third time in less than two years, the self-professed autism "awareness" activist falsely linked mass shootings with autism, slandering people like his own son in the process. There is absolutely no link between mass shootings and autism, and there is actually scientific research on the topic.
Mistakes were most certainly made. MSNBC should indeed apologize for the Cinco de Mayo segment and it's correct to say that everyone involved will be subjected to one of those "Come To Jesus" meetings no one enjoys. But don't be fooled into thinking that any of this will make much of a difference in how Way Too Early looks and operates from here on out.
Cenk claims that what's being done to David Gregory is the same thing that was done to him three years ago -- namely that NBC is leaking damaging insider information and skewed ratings intel to the press on purpose to make Gregory look bad. But one of his claims is flat-out wrong while the others are nothing more than wild speculation with no proof to back it up.
Ronan Farrow's show really isn't very good. That's not a lie. All you have to do is watch a little of it to get that. Farrow unwittingly commits one of the cardinal sins of television in the year 2014: he's boring.
MSNBC's Morning Joe, like every other 'news' program, is squeezing out all it can from the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. But Mika Brzezinski seems to have had it.
The fractured relationships in the RT studio between past and present employees are now being used by other media outlets to create narratives that fit their own ideological ideals. It’s a story that, depending on who you believe, pits on you either Russia or America’s side. It is a mini cold war being used to fight a real Cold War.