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Dishonest MSNBC Blames Corona Spike on Trump's 'Culture War'

June 26th, 2020 6:31 PM

On Thursday night’s episode of The Last Word, NBC News National Affairs Analyst John Heilemann, blamed the recent coronavirus spikes on President Trump, by claiming he wants to make the virus about a “culture war.” Heilemann cherry picked data and put the blame entirely on Trump. Essentially, the network is trying to use the virus to try and torpedo the President's reelection.…

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MSNBC: Empathetic Democrats and Callous Republicans

June 21st, 2018 4:35 PM
On The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell Wednesday night, MSNBC National Affairs Analyst John Heilemann wrote off Republican responses to President Trump’s immigration policy as little more than self-interested. Heilemann argued that Republicans were facing an existential crisis and that “this policy was going to put 100 Republican seats in jeopardy.”

MSNBC Panelists Ask Blumenthal About Sessions's Trustworthiness

March 3rd, 2017 1:12 PM
Friday on Morning Joe, Connecticut Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal spoke about Jeff Sessions’ recusal. The hosts pressed and tried to coerce him into discrediting Sessions. The panelists asked Blumenthal what his opinion of the Attorney General’s current credibility was, as well as his and others’ capability to trust Sessions amid perjury speculation. To say the least,…

New York Magazine’s John Heilemann: Santorum Has Tourette's on Socia

February 28th, 2012 1:00 PM
Speaking on Tuesday’s edition of Morning Joe, John Heilemann introduced a new level of attack on Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum by snarking that the conservative former senator has Tourette's syndrome.   In response to host Joe Scarborough assessing the Santorum candidacy as an amateur operation, Heilemann fired back with the following absurd and disgusting…

'Chris Matthews Show' Praises Obama and His Team

December 8th, 2008 12:31 PM
On his syndicated "Chris Matthews Show" on Sunday, Chris Matthews seemingly sought to do his self-proclaimed "job" of making sure Barack Obama's administration is a success by featuring a panel of guests who praised the incoming team and the President-elect's ability to use his political capital to pass "big packages to avert a depression." There was only twelve…