Former DNC Spokeswoman Karen Finney Gets MSNBC Program
MSNBC's move to the left and away from anything that could be considered journalism continues.
On Tuesday, the network announced that the perilously liberal former director of communications for the Democratic National Committee, Karen Finney, would be getting her own weekend program:
MSNBC has tapped Karen Finney as the host for a new afternoon program airing weekends from 4-5 p.m. [...]
Prior to her time at the DNC, when she led the party’s media strategy during the 2006 midterm elections and the 2008 presidential elections, Finney served as the deputy press secretary to then-first lady Hillary Clinton and deputy director of presidential scheduling for President Bill Clinton.
So as MSNBC gears up to misinform viewers in order to get Hillary Clinton elected, they'll have her former deputy press secretary out in front.
Liberal media bias? WHAT liberal media bias?
For those not familiar with Finney, she is also on the board of the pro-abortion group NARAL.
With that in mind, here are some of Finney's greatest hits as an MSNBC substitute host or commentator. Fasten your seatbelts: