Can you tell we’ve been watching a lot of MSNBC lately here at Daily Surge? Some would say too much. I’m not sure what the recommended dietary intake of MSNBC programming is for the average human body, but I’ve been told it’s very close to zero. Still, we like to indulge anyway because…well, we enjoy torturing ourselves, I suppose.
On today’s Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough — known to the Left as MSNBC’s sole supposed “reasonable” Republican, but “RINO” to everyone else — went on an absolute tear against Israel:
“I’m sorry, this is just — this is asinine,” proclaimed Joe. “This continued killing of women and children in a way that appears to be indiscriminate is asinine. It is bad for the Israeli people. We will rue the day that this is happening every day and women and children are being seen.”
Of course, he first parsed those comments by insisting, “I’ve always been, like, a hundred percent supporter of Israel.” And then, like clockwork, everything spoken afterwards invalidated that rather pathetic qualifier.
Thanks a pant-load, Scarby. We were all beginning to worry that there haven’t been enough anti-Israel voices on the network, but you did quite a nice job there of rounding it out for us.
Meanwhile, Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer — who has been absolutely fantastic lately — sat down with The Daily Rundown, where he called MSNBC out on their biased, pro-Hamas reporting.
Check out that clip here:
The best part of this video? The fact that Chuck Todd pretends to not hear the criticism at all, as he immediately shifts topics and jumps to the next question. It probably didn’t help Squirmy Chuck that the biased reporter in question, Ayman Mohyeldin, had previously gotten suspended once before over his unfair Gaza reporting, and he’s only been working at NBC News for a very short time (it was never revealed why they let him back over there). In short, when Ayman’s blatant bias was exposed this time by Ambassador Dermer, ole’ Chucky-T didn’t want any of it on his lap.
The truth hurts, don’t it?
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