Rachel Maddow Pushed Russia Hoax For Three Years – Now Accuses Trump Of Spreading Misinformation (VIDEO)

Rachel Maddow pushed the Russia conspiracy on TV five nights a week for the better part of three years. She is not in a position to lecture anyone on spreading misinformation.

Yet that’s exactly what she is doing.

You see Trump’s approval numbers are on the rise. His daily press briefings are even changing the minds of some Democrats.

Now Rachel is trying to get him off the air.

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News Busters reports:

Maddow: Trump’s ‘Fairy Tale’ Press Conferences Will ‘Cost Lives’, Wants Them Off TV

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow wants President Trump’s daily coronavirus press conferences to be taken off the air, because lives depend on it. Oh, and hope in the midst of these turbulent times? We cannot have that! She concluded her brief screed by suggesting that continuing to air them would lead to more people dying!

Anyway, the progressive commentator made the outlandish remarks on her Friday show where accused Trump of spreading misinformation and false hope.

Referring to the malaria drug chloroquine, she told viewers: “President Trump today again just flat out wrong in public about this malaria drug that has gotten stuck in his mind quite some distance from the facts.

Yesterday, President Trump proclaimed that that drug had been approved as a coronavirus treatment and would be available almost immediately for use. Within moments, the FDA had to clean that up because that is not true at all. It is not at all approved for coronavirus treatment.”

Watch the video below:

She has some nerve, doesn’t she?

Does Maddow really think she has any credibility left?

 

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