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NBC’s Welker Dismisses Trump Claims of Election Interference As False

March 31st, 2024 5:48 PM

In the wake of its Ronna McDaniel fiasco, NBC News tries extra hard to prove just how “cohesive and aligned” they really are. Unfortunately, this now means “cohesive and aligned” with the fringe elements running the show at MSNBC and, by extension, the entire news operation.

The Smell of Mendacity Down in Georgia

March 19th, 2024 3:47 PM

Court decisions can sound complicated because they sometimes contain legal language that is difficult for a layperson to understand. That’s not the situation in the case of Fulton County, Georgia’s District Attorney Fani Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade. Judge Scott McAfee gave Willis a choice – either dump Wade, with whom she’d had a romantic relationship, as prosecutor in the case…

Symone Taylor-Townsend, Alicia Menendez, Michael Steele, David Corn MSNBC The Weekend 3/17/24
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MSNBC's Symone: If Trump Wins, Women Will Be Dressed Like Handmaids

March 17th, 2024 5:27 PM

On The Weekend, the MSNBC show she co-anchors, Symone Sanders-Townsend says it is necessary for the media to cover Donald Trump because he is running for president, and if he is elected, "y'all are going to be surprised when, again, the ladies are walking around in red dresses with those little white hoods, like The Handmaid's Tale."

Symone Sanders-Townsend MSNBC The Weekend 3-16-24
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MSNBC Host: 'A Little Sexism, Racism' Behind Fani Investigation

March 16th, 2024 5:39 PM

On The Weekend, the MSNBC show she co-anchors, Symone Sanders-Townsend alleges that there was "a little sexism, a little racism" behind the investigation into Fani Willis' relationship with Nathan Wade, and that if it has been some many named "Frank" having a relationship with "Susie," it wouldn't have happened.

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ABC Paints Willis Controversy As A 'Bizarre Detour'

March 16th, 2024 11:25 AM

ABC senior investigative correspondent Aaron Katersky responded to Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis being allowed to stay on Donald Trump’s Georgia prosecution provided her former lover Nathan Wade resigns on Saturday’s Good Morning America by labeling the whole situation as “bizarre” and simply part of her “personal life.”

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HA HA! Fake News Jim, CNN Panel Melt Down Over Judge Ripping Willis

March 15th, 2024 3:52 PM

While the first hour of CNN’s Friday morning coverage on Fulton County, Georgia Judge Scott McAfee’s ruling allowing District Attorney Fani Willis to remain on the 2020 election case against Donald Trump was fairly restrained, the same couldn’t be said about the 10:00 a.m. Eastern hour as Fake News Jim Acosta arrived. Between Acosta and his not-so-merry band of fellow leftist analysts and…

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MSNBC: Trump's a Hypocritical 'Fascist' as Judge Rules Willis Can Stay

March 15th, 2024 10:42 AM

Georgia Judge Scott McAfee ruled on Friday that Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis can remain on the Trump-Election RICO case provided she sack Nathan Wade. MSNBC’s Morning Joe reacted to the news by breathing a sigh of relief, accusing the Trump team of hypocrisy, and labeling him a “fascist.”

New York Magazine Posts Horribly Timed Defense of Lying Fani Willis

February 25th, 2024 6:03 AM

Talk about poor timing! On Thursday afternoon, New York magazine published an impassioned defense of Fulton County DA Fani Willis by Laura Bassett, "Fani Willis Didn’t Stand a Chance." …

Fani Willis vs. Nathan Wade vs. Euphemisms

February 22nd, 2024 1:29 PM

During questioning of Fulton County, Georgia prosecutor Nathan Wade about his “relationship” with District Attorney Fani Willis there was a moment that cut through all the euphemisms we have become accustomed to when it comes to human behavior. Scott Sadow, an attorney for Donald Trump, who is trying to get an indictment against Trump dismissed for Trump’s alleged interference in the 2020…

Chuck Rosenberg Katty Kay Jonathan Lemire MSNBC Morning Joe 2-19-24
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MSNBC Analyst on Fani Willis: This 'Mess' Means She Should Step Aside

February 19th, 2024 9:53 AM

On Morning Joe, legal analyst Chuck Rosenberg says that, based on his experience, when a supervisor on a case is involved in a relationship with a subordinate, one or the other should be removed from the case. He said that should apply regardless of whether the relationship between Fani Willis and Nathan Wade began before or after she hired him on her prosecution team.

Power In Pink! WashPost Fashionista Touts Fani Willis 'Fury' in Court

February 19th, 2024 6:13 AM

Washington Post's critic-at-large Robin Givhan has come under scrutiny for her fashion-based critique of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis during court proceedings. Despite the serious nature of the case in question, Givhan prioritized fashion commentary and posture analysis over the factual substance of the case. This angle has caused backlash among readers, many arguing that…

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Jeffrey Toobin Outraged Willis, Wade Could be Disqualified for Lying

February 16th, 2024 8:37 PM

Former CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was puzzled by the possibility of District Attorney Fani Willis and prosecutor Nathan Wade being disqualified from a RICO case involving Donald Trump, following accusations of perjury regarding their romantic relationship. During a discussion on Anderson Cooper 360, Toobin questioned how their relationship could prejudice the case. He was criticized for…

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Nets Gush Over ‘Fiery, Fierce’ Fani Willis, Boasts She Won’t Lose Case

February 16th, 2024 5:14 PM

The Friday morning broadcast network news shows were in spin mode to defend and cheer on leftist queen and Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis as she gave “fiery, fierce”, and “dramatic” testimony in a hearing as to whether she will be tossed off the Georgia 2020 election case against former President Trump and his 18 co-defendants due to a romantic relationship with Special…

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Lauding Willis, MSNBC Can't Differentiate Between Prosecution, Defense

February 16th, 2024 1:45 PM

MSNBC’s Joy Reid and Katie Phang were not happy on the Thursday edition of The ReidOut that Fulton County D.A. Fani Willis has had to defend herself against accusations that hiring Nathan Wade as a special prosecutor in the RICO-election case against Donald Trump represents a conflict of interest. The two played both the race and sexism cards against Willis’s critics, but the only…