MSNBC Guest: Trump is ‘White Nationalist’
MSNBC continued to fan the flames of racial hatred in the United States Sunday, hosting a commentator whose only contribution to political discourse was to call President Donald J. Trump names.
Danielle Moodie-Mills managed to advocate for the censorship of the Trump administration and disparage the president with clear falsehoods, all in a five minute segment.
She said on Up with David Gura:
“Why are you having [Kellyanne Conway] on, to his point, why are you doing that?The fact is that this administration blatantly lies all of the time. You are doing a disservice to the people of the United States by continuing to have them on, and then just not ask the right questions. We’re not asking like oh, is the president, maybe the president is a white nationalist, maybe he’s a racist. No. The president of the United States is a white nationalist. He is a racist. Everything that comes out of his mouth is either xenophobic, homophobic, transphobic, or racist. Right? There’s no mixing of that.”
Last week, former vice president and 2020 presidential candidate made a video accusing Trump of calling white supremacists at a Charlottesville rally more than two years ago “fine people.” That lie has been debunked several times over, but for a media that’s desperate to bash Trump after its Russian “collusion” conspiracy theory fell apart, falling back on baseless allegations of racism is the only thing they have left.
At the beginning of 2019, an MSNBC contributor publicly denounced the network and left his post over its anti-Trump bias.
Big League Politics reported:
A longtime NBC and MSNBC journalist and contributor is leaving the networks over their increasing loyalty to elite military industrial complex puppet-masters, according to a scathing letter he sent to multiple news outlets.
William Arkin, a 30-year veteran of the network, blasted its coverage and analysis of the disastrous foreign policy of the past two decades, accusing the cable giants of playing partisan politics and switching their positions on whether the United States should be involved in unending, un-winnable wars in the Middle East based on their loyalty Democratic Party elite.
This hackery has been painfully apparent over the past two weeks, when the same nets who were noticeably anti-war during the days of President George W. Bush, then noticeably silent when President Barack H. Obama escalated those wars, were outraged when President Donald J. Trump decided to pull troops from Syria and Afghanistan.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, who wrote an entire book on the ills of endless war, is the perfect example. She bashed Trump for yanking the troops out of that endless quagmire, calling his policy “reckless.”
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