The un-civil war on the air at MSNBC

Keith Uberdouche and Chris Matthews unwind after hours of reading Democrat's talking points.

Keith Uberdouche and Chris Matthews unwind after work.

The fact that MSNBC is a left-wing fraud of a news organization has been known for some time. Chris “thrill up my leg” Matthews and Keith Uberdouche should be cashing checks from the Obama campaign, not General Electric. But who cares, they are what they are, they lie. And, most importantly, they’re commentators, not news anchors. But wait, come to think of it, they do anchor NBC’s convention coverage and debates. Hmm.

When the left-wing cry babies complain about Fox News they always name O’Reilly and Hannity as evidence of bias, yet neither of them have ever anchored a debate, and they’re always clearly labeled as commentators and not reporters. Not the case at MSNBC.

David Shuster, a supposed reporter at MSNBC, and Joe Scarborough, host of their morning show and a commentator got into the other morning in a very funny exchange you can find on YouTube, if you’re so inclined.

But MSNBC isn’t simply biased against conservatives, they’re biased against liberals who aren’t liberal enough. You know, like Hillary Clinton. Just ask Ed Rendell, former DNC head and current governor of Pennsylvania. He called MSNBC “the official network of the Obama campaign.”

More than that, their two “star” hosts, Matthews and Uberdouche (with combined ratings of the Home Shopping Network at 4 am on a Tuesday morning, even attack fellow liberals who dare work for Fox News Channel, mostly because they get their ass handed to them in the ratings by Fox.

When talking about Howard Wolfson, Hillary’s former communications director, the dim-witted duo took the following tack:

During Tuesday night’s broadcast, both Olbermann and Matthews took shots at Howard Wolfson, the Clinton campaign’s former communications director, criticizing him as a Republican collaborator because of his work as a Fox News analyst.

Matthews called Wolfson a “little toy soldier waiting on the shelf,” while Olbermann compared him to “Tokyo Rose,” the woman who delivered propaganda over the airwaves during World War II.

What a couple of great guys.

MSNBC, where their motto is: Conform and celebrate the type of diversity we support…or else!


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