Courtesy of Florida Family.org
MSNBC extreme bias continues as news anchor Mara Schiavocampo tells Israeli Ambassador Hamas rockets “rarely do damage” and Chris Matthews appreciates Hurricane Sandy for helping elect Obama.
Most reputable companies do not advertise during sitcoms that disparage Christianity even though the content of sitcoms is not intended to be taken seriously. So why would these companies advertise on a news network, which is intended to be taken seriously, that routinely denigrates Christianity, distorts the truth and advocates for Islamists?
|MSNBC news anchor Mara Schiavocampo asked Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren on November 17, 2012 “But what would you say to those who argue that the rockets are essentially very ineffective rarely do damage and that the response from Israeli’s is disproportionate to the threat that they are under?” Click here to see video.|
|MSNBC news talk show host Chris Matthews said on November 7, 2012 “I’m so glad that we had that storm last week.” The facial expressions, body language and comments of other people on the set indicated distaste for Matthew’s comments. Click here to see video.|
If these were conservative media personalities they would have been terminated. But not so at MSNBC where extreme bias, dishonest reporting, Christian mocking and Islamist loving is status quo.
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