MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow To Be A Moderator At The First Democrat Presidential Debate

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow has spent the better part of three years pushing the Russia conspiracy on her TV show. For that, she is being rewarded with a position as a debate moderator for the first Democrat debate at the end of this month.

When did cheer leaders become qualified to moderate debates?

The Daily Caller reports:

NBC FACES FLAK FOR NAMING MADDOW A MODERATOR FOR PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

MSNBC prime time anchor Rachel Maddow was named Tuesday as one of the five moderators for the first presidential debate, and it’s caused some commotion on the right.

Co-anchor of “TODAY” Savannah Guthrie, NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt, moderator of “Meet the Press” and NBC News political director Chuck Todd and “Noticias Telemundo” anchor José Diaz-Balart will moderate with Maddow on June 26 and 27.

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Her inclusion as a moderator is raising eyebrows because she’s not viewed as an impartial host.

People are noticing how ridiculous this is:

After the Russia debacle, Maddow has no credibility.

FOX News reports:

Rachel Maddow’s credibility and ratings at a low ebb following Mueller findings, critics say

MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” has been hit with a serious one-two punch.

One day after finishing May with its worst ratings since Donald Trump took office, the lefty pundit’s eponymous program faced a Vanity Fair bombshell report that the New York Times didn’t want its reporters appearing on Maddow’s show, not because her ratings were down, but because she was too far left, even for them.

The New York Times had reportedly blocked its reporters from appearing on “Maddow” because the program is too partisan, with one insider from the Grey Lady’s newsroom agreeing, telling Fox News “it rubs off” on any journalist who is too closely aligned to the far left.

“I do think Maddow, and others on MSNBC, have very strong opinions that affect their ability to tell stories in an accurate way sometimes,” the source said. “You don’t get tainted just by appearing [on the show], but it’s better to err on the side of trying to maintain objectivity and caution.”

It’s amazing that people thought this was a good idea.

 

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