It’s no secret the mainstream media is waging war with the Trump administration. This battle started during the election, but only intensified once Trump won and took office. Instead of being a watchdog for the people, the media has devoted itself to destroying political opponents. It’s become clear that big media companies will do anything they can to mislead — even outright lie — in order to advance their narrative about President Trump.
Sadly, the media is so busy with their crusade to destroy Trump, they can’t even identify their own hypocrisy.
In the latest jaw-dropping reminder of just how irrational coverage of Trump has become, MSNBC did a feature accusing President Trump of habitually lying. Ironically, the anchor that hosted the segment was none other than Brian Williams.
You know, that guy that lost his job for being a pathological liar.
From Fox News:
MSNBC’s Brian Williams may not be the best person to discuss another man’s lying.On his show “The 11th Hour,” Williams hosted a segment that discussed President Donald Trump’s alleged lying.
His guest was Charlie Sykes, a radio talk show host who wrote a recent column for The New York Times entitled “Why Nobody Cares the President Is Lying.”“This is what the Trump Administration is counting on. Why does he lie? Because he can. Because anyone who corrects him, he’ll say that’s the opposition, that’s partisan,” Sykes said.
One small problem here: Williams was suspended from his NBC job for six months and was later fired since he “misrepresented events which occurred while he was covering the Iraq War in 2003,” according to an NBC statement from February 2015.
Watch the segment here:
Evidently, MSNBC didn’t realize airing a segment with Brian Williams discussing Trump’s lying might raise some eyebrows. To the totally delusional liberal press, it makes sense to have a
journalist pathological liar question the credibility of the President of the United States, when he has no credibility himself.
Once again, the media has proven why it consistently ranks as one of the least trusted institutions in the country. This segment shows they still don’t get it.
[Note: This post was authored by Michael Lee. Follow him on Twitter @UAMichaelLee]