The GOP’s MSNBC Amnesty Game
What is this MSNBC they speak of? Does anyone watch it?
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Why would they do that? What in the world explains it? You know what I just learned, ladies and gentlemen? Congressman Ryan, the chairman of the RNC, Reince Priebus and the RNC communications director, Sean Spicer, they are all appearing on MSNBC to talk up immigration reform. Republican National Committee Chairman Priebus and his communications director and Paul Ryan are appearing on MSNBC to talk up immigration reform.
Why would they do that? Nobody watches MSNBC. I mean, why would they go to a network, the viewers of which are already committed to amnesty? Well, now, you might say, well, they’re going there to be liked and understood and appreciated, loved, whatever, by liberal Democrats who are predestined to hate them. They could be trying to show that they’re human and not aliens and that they’re nice guys and that they’re on the same page as the Democrats that viewers of MSNBC support.
There’s also a-little known fact, and that is that this program — actually, I don’t think it’s that little known. I think it’s actually widely known — that I, your host and this program, have instituted long ago a ban on any sound bites from MSNBC. And so, you know, I don’t like to think of myself in any news story, I don’t like to think I am a factor, play a role in it. I really, really don’t, but could it well be that they think they’re safe going on MSNBC because I have a ban?
What’s interesting about this is that the Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus is himself launching a boycott of MSNBC over a tweet from the network that suggested the right wing would hate a television ad featuring a biracial family eating Cheerios. You haven’t heard about this, Rachel? Are you still watching Algore’s movie at home in your free time? I’ll never forget, Rachel believed it. She bought it hook, line, and sinker, Algore, Earth in the Lurch, believed it. Now she doesn’t, by the way, but some people go back to the greatest hits.