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MSNBC HOST: If Trump Is Not Convicted, We Must Make Sure “He Cannot Win An Election” at All Levels

Well, if it isn’t our old pals over at MSNBC playing fast and loose with the term “news” again. W

hen did the news stop being about facts and start being a guidebook on how to take down political opponents?

Seriously, folks, you can’t make this stuff up!

Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin took a break from sharing historical insights on ‘Morning Joe’ to become a tactical strategist, it seems.

Her brilliant plan?

“Organizing the country at all levels” to ensure Donald Trump “cannot win” in 2024.

If that doesn’t scream impartiality and objective reporting, I don’t know what does!

According to Goodwin, the solution to the supposed Trump problem is not to engage in dialogue or debate, oh no! It’s about rallying every Tom, Dick, and Harriet to ensure Trump and his party meet defeat.

This isn’t news, ladies and gentlemen.

This is political propaganda, wrapped in a history lesson, and served up with a side of bias.

It’s as if half the country is stuck in a trance, hypnotized by this kind of stuff, unable to see what’s happening right in front of them!

Watch the clip below:

So here’s a wake-up call, folks.

When news outlets stop reporting and start strategizing, it’s time to sit up, take note, and question what you’re being fed.

Because as the saying goes, if it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck… well, you know the rest!

Real Clear Politics confirms the radical statements:

Presidential historian and MSNBC contributor Doris Kearns Goodwin on ‘Morning Joe’ today called for “organizing the country at all levels” so Donald Trump “cannot win” in 2024.

“It’s going to take the overwhelming organization, just as you were talking about earlier, organizing the country at all the levels so that he cannot win that election. If the party will not depart from him, then he has to be defeated and the party has to be defeated,” Goodwin declared.

You know, it’s a fascinating spectacle, watching MSNBC churn out content that seems less like journalism and more like a Democratic party manifesto.

This latest hullabaloo is centered around none other than Senator Tom Cotton.

In a recent appearance on Fox News, Cotton echoed the sentiments many of us have been thinking.

He said the charges against former president Trump, related to his efforts to contest the 2020 election, feel like they’re coming straight from an MSNBC producer’s desk instead of a court of law.

One can’t help but chuckle at the irony!

Now folks, let’s not forget that this isn’t some sitcom—it’s the real world.

So, one must wonder, where are the journalists?

When did news networks start moonlighting as political parties?

Why are we looking at what appears to be a full-on campaign agenda rather than unbiased news?

Critics often say that MSNBC is an extension of the Democratic party.

Looking at these charges against Trump, it’s getting increasingly hard to argue against that notion.

This isn’t about defending Trump; it’s about defending the principles of journalism.

Here are a few more details from The Hill:

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) joined a chorus of conservative voices Wednesday in dismissing the charges against former president Trump handed down Tuesday in connection with his effort to contest and overturn the 2020 election.

“I’ve only had a chance to skim through it, but it seems like something that you’d get from an MSNBC producer for a special on that channel,” Cotton said during an appearance on Fox News.

So what do you think?

Is MSNBC a reliable source of news?

Or has their quality gone down the drain?

Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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