Cable television political advocates, not news channels!

22 Feb

Call a spade a spade: Fox News & MSNBC are Political not news operations!

Since most personalities on MSNBC are supporters of Barak Hussein Obama for President of the United States, it would be appropriate to consider the channel a Political Action Committee outlet, not a news channel. This is particularly true because three key “pundits” on MSNBC are blind and unwavering backer of the President!

Rachel Maddow, Larry O’Donnell, and Ed Shultz devote nearly all their air times to discrediting all potential GOP Presidential candidates, while trying to boost Barak Obama’s record, and promote his re-election.

These three, millionaires on their own, claim that unlike Republican politicians and media pundits who are pro the wealthy, they, the MSNBC bunch, understand and speak for the middle class. The MSNBC trio is so dedicated to get Barak Obama re-elected that they would say anything, regardless of how true or false it maybe, in support of the President.

It is true that FOX News is also a political channel and should not be referred to as a news channel, but in the case of Fox they are in process of determining who the GOP candidate is likely to be, before giving total support to that person. Until that happens, Fox is simply knocking down President Obama.

As things stand it is clearly a misnomer to call either MSNBC, or Fox, news channel, both are, and should be identified as political action operations.

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