MSNBC interviewed three undecided Black women voters in Atlanta the day before the third and final presidential debate. The segment aired on Thursday, Oct. 22, hours before the debate.
The women were passionate and very vocal about what they view as the Democrats taking their votes for granted. They each expressed their opinions that they want to hear what the Democrats are going to do for Black people NOW - not after the election.
Every four years Black people stroll to the polls and get nothing in return for their votes. They then watch as every other community benefits, while the Black community continues to struggle.
If you missed MSNBC's segment last night, I posted a clip below. I also posted a reaction video from a young man who digs deeper into the problem of Democrats courting the Black vote before every election and then ignoring the needs of the Black community for years.
Americans are being bombarded daily with "the sky is falling" headlines about Trump admin resignations or Russian warships off the east coast. It's clear from all the over-exaggerated headlines that biased journalists -- most of whom are Democrats, are having a hard time accepting that their candidate, Hillary Clinton, lost the presidential election.
This is why we love MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall. She has remained unbiased and neutral in the contentious 2016 presidential race.
During a live segment on Monday, Hall asked liberal political journalist David Corn to comment on former KKK member David Duke’s endorsement of Trump.
David Corn was supposed to accuse Trump of being racist and “riling up all sorts of bigotry and hatred."
But Hall and her producer in the control room seemed to even the playing field just a little.
It looks like the Reverend Al Sharpton has fallen out of the good graces of his bosses at MSNBC. The network is moving Sharpton's controversial radio show from 5-days-a-week to Sunday mornings at 8 a.m.
Interestingly, MSNBC demoted the outspoken civil rights activist on the same day that a black gay race monger executed 2 white journalists in a delusional bid to spark a race war.
Sarah Palin called MSNBC hosts and guests "despicable" for mocking Mitt Romney's adopted infant grandson, Kieran Romney, who is black.
During a segment of “Melissa Harris-Perry” on Sunday, the panelists joked about a viral photo of the Romneys sitting in an idyllic setting surrounded by their 21 grandkids including little Kieran dressed in a pink onesie.
One of the panelists, actress Pia Glenn, sang “one of these things is not like the other,” while another joked that the photo was representative of the Republican Party's lacking diversity.
We all know by now that Senator John McCain has a short term memory problem and might even be suffering from the beginning stages of Alzheimer's disease. The major news networks realize that the presidential race is over if wind of this ever gets out.
So last week, CBS did a little creative editing to cover up a major McCain blooper and help their candidate out a little. CBS edited out McCain's blooper and replaced it with an attack on Obama.
Unfortunately for CBS, Keith Olbermann (MSNBC) and the Jedreport.com were on the job and replaced the video that CBS aired with the video of what McCain actually said. In the interest of fairness, CBS later uploaded the unedited video online.
But the fact that CBS chose to edit McCain's gaffe with an attack on Sen. Barack Obama is very telling and puts CBS snugly in bed with Fox News as two major networks that can't be trusted to deliver fair and unbiased reporting.