Previously a weekday show, PoliticsNation is hosted by the Reverend Al Sharpton and now airs each Saturday and Sunday at 5:00 PM Eastern on MSNBC. Despite his show now being two days a week, MSNBC still gives Sharpton a platform to spew his vitriolic take on American politics. Sharpton began his national career with an inflammatory and false accusation that six white men had raped 15-year-old Tawana Brawley in New York, for which he has never apologized. Sharpton’s speeches against “white interlopers” and Jewish “diamond merchants” led to several incidents of fatal racial violence. Since joining MSNBC, Sharpton has lied... continue reading
Hosted by Joy-Ann Reid, AM Joy airs from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Eastern every Saturday and Sunday on MSNBC. Still on the job despite a bizarre scandal about old blog posts, the race-obsessed Reid denounced millions of Tea Party supporters as racist, part of a “great industry in hatred and anger and self-victimization.” When Trump won, she endorsed the view that the popular vote “doesn't matter when about half the country votes KKK.” On June 18, only four days after House GOP Whip Steve Scalise was shot and seriously wounded at a Congressional baseball game practice, Reid attacked Republicans,... continue reading
Former Democratic staffer and West Wing writer Lawrence O’Donnell is the host of The Last Word , which airs weekdays at 10:00 PM Eastern on MSNBC. Doing what liberals do best, O’Donnell has smeared President Trump as a “Russian operative” embedded in the White House, and called him the cause of death of Americans during the coronavirus pandemic: “More people are dead and dying in America tonight because Donald Trump is President.” As the 2020 campaign began, O’Donnell promised his viewers would only hear biased news: “On MSNBC there will be no one defending [Trump] because we don’t bring on... continue reading
Having been on the air since April 2007, Morning Joe is a three-hour talkfest beloved by D.C. insiders. It’s co-hosted by faux Republican Joe Scarborough, his wife Mika Brzezinski, and Willie Geist and airs weekdays at 6:00 AM Eastern on MSNBC. A pairing that originally started out as fervent Donald Trump supporters, Brzezinski and Scarborough have now joined The Resistance, suggesting on multiple occasions that Trump is mentally ill and likely suffering from dementia. About Trump's immigration policies, Scarborough in 2018 said "children are being marched away to showers, just like the Nazis said." A year later, he asked a... continue reading