Following the MSNBC on-air confrontation between Keith Olbermann, Chris Matthews, Joe Scarborough and David Shuster in Denver during the Democratic National Convention, MSNBC President Phil Griffin actually tried to defend the network as not being bias. I do believe your nose is growing. As Red State also writes … MSDNC Claims it has no bias.
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“MSNBC does not have an ideology,” Griffin said. “We hire smart people who are passionate about their love of politics and love of news.”
“Do I want them to have squabbles?” Griffin asked. “No. But I understand they’re human.”
The pot seems to be coming to a boil at MSNBC as Joe Scarborough lashed back at the libs at MSNBC calling them out for the fictions middle of the road pretence.
But Scarborough, a former Republican congressman from Florida, became enraged when Shuster made a reference to “your party.” Asked by Scarborough what his party was, Shuster said he was an “independent.”
“I feel so comforted by the fact that you’re an independent,” Scarborough said, in a mocking tone. “I bet everybody at MSNBC has independent on their voting cards. Oh, we’re down the middle now.” (Shuster left the set, but returned later to hug it out, “Entourage”-style.)
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