VIDEO: MSNBC Anchor SPEECHLESS When Interview With Black Voter Goes Horribly Wrong

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MSNBC has destroyed their reputation by basically serving as the official media outlet of the Democratic Party. Viewership plummeted, their credibility tanked. So now, they’re trying to reinvent themselves as a real news network once again, but they’re having a bit of a hard time getting rid of that pesky liberal bias. It just seeps in, no matter what they do.

MSNBC decided to air a segment featuring Donald Trump’s supposedly racist supporters. They were hoping to find David Duke-esque white supremacists who loved the KKK. Instead, their guest made them all very, very confused.

David Corn, the Washington bureau chief for Mother Jones was on with anchor Tamrom Hall to discuss David Duke’s endorsement of Donald Trump. But they made the mistake of undermining their own argument when they aired this video:

The video showed a black Donald Trump supporter talking about the David Duke endorsement. But rather than talk about how the endorsement bothered him, the supporter brushed it off. “David Duke and people like that they come out from under the rocks this time this year,” he said. “It got nothing to do with Donald Trump. We’re all Americans. We need to stop with all this racist stuff.” He then pointed to man sitting next to him and said, “Like me and my friend right here. We just met today and we gotta stop with the racist stuff.”

It then cut back to Hall and Corn, who were both visibly stunned. Neither of them were able to respond for a minute, and when they did, they were clearly flustered. Once they recovered, they began stammering a defense, saying that African-Americans don’t make up the majority of Trump’s supporters. But of course, African-Americans are still a minority of the American population, so they don’t make up the majority of anyone’s supporters. But they continued to bash Trump, using racial division as their weapon.

Meanwhile, social media made no secret of the fact that they found this segment laughable.


See, MSNBC? This is why no one takes you seriously.
A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.