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Lean Floor-ward: MSNBC’s not-so-greatest hits of 2013

By Doug Powers  •  December 26, 2013 12:27 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Well, we finally got internet connection back yesterday morning after a few days of off-and-on-but-mostly-off service due to an ice storm. There are still a lot of people without power in the area (and in this part of the country for that matter). But when you’re without power, nothing helps ease the blow like knowing the kinds of things you might be missing on TV are claims that God approves of Obamacare.

By way of Ace of Spades, here’s video of MSNBC “ugly stuff” compiled by the Washington Free Beacon. Laugh we much:

Here’s one that wasn’t included in the video but is still one of my favorite bits of revisionist history, courtesy of the show hosted by the guy Al Gore referred to as “this generation’s Edward R. Murrow”:


Nice try.

And this, submitted without comment:


Quality television of this magnitude failing to lead the ratings pack led MSNBC’s president to call for an investigation into Fox News’ numbers (a claim that is yet another MSNBC greatest hit from 2013).

**Written by Doug Powers

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