Progressive journalist: MSNBC doesn't try to hide 'contempt' towards Gabbard

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    Progressive journalist Michael Tracey claimed Tuesday that MSNBC is has dropped all pretenses for their “contempt” towards Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii).

    The political news contributor said the left-leaning network has treated her fellow 2020 Democratic candidates, including businessman Andrew Yang and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) unfairly, but he argued that with Gabbard it, “crosses a certain threshold.”

    “Fundamentally they’re beholden to whatever the market incentives are and right now it’s within their market interests to depict Tulsi as an infiltrator, as a Trojan horse in the Democratic Party and not deal on the substance with what she’s saying which is why over and over again they tar her as a Russian plant essentially,” Tracey told Hill.TV.

    “There’s nobody who can really offer any kind countervailing view because it’s just not economically advantageous for them at this point,” he added.


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    Representing Congress, Tulsi Gabbard did appear on Fox News nearly two-dozen times criticizing Regime Change Wars during the Obama Administration, not full-time, and not for the sole purpose of criticizing President Obama. There is nothing nefarious about this since Tulsi Gabbard has been consistently critical in front of any journalist who dares interview her. Kamala Harris on the other hand….

    “Go and tell Alexander that God the Supreme King is never the Author of insolent wrong, but is the Creator of light, of peace, of life, of water, of the body of man and of souls;...what Alexander offers and the gifts he promises are things to me utterly useless;..." Dandamis, a great sannyasi of Taxila.Excerpt From: Yogananda, Paramahansa. “Autobiography of a Yogi.”

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    Fox news these days are much better than the CIA infiltrated MSNBC.

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        Yikes indeed. The yikes is so horrible that even fucking Breitbart is better than MSNBC. I’ve seen only one short clip of Tulsi on Breitbart, and that was a discussion between biases. There was a level of authenticity. There’s nothing authentic about the war whores.


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    We need to stop killing brown people, no matter they live. Most of them have done nothing to deserve their fate, let alone being any kind of threat to this country. Not even those families at our southern border.

    We are an arrogant species, believing our fantasy based "facts" are better than the other person's fake facts.

    If you are wrong, it will be because you are not cynical enough.

    Both major political parties are special interest groups enabling each other for power and money, at the expense of the people they no longer properly serve…

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    I’d join John Cusack’s boycott, except I don’t watch that shit in the first place…

  • #230727

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    First it was MSNBC. Then it was MSDNC. Increasingly, now it’s just the Imperial News Network, or maybe MSCIA.

    We know now that Government by organized money is just as dangerous as Government by organized mob.--Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    With Bernie Sanders, we have the receipts. --Nina Turner

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    It’s fair to point out that Gabbard should have instead participated in one of the many panels MSNBC hosted regarding the failure of regime change wars.

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