Did You Know...


Lean Freud-ward: Same MSNBC that mocked black Romney grandchild says ‘right-wing’ intolerant of biracial families

By Doug Powers  •  January 30, 2014 12:29 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

If MSNBC ever wonders why they struggle in the ratings department so much, it’s because there’s already one Comedy Central.

A month ago (via Right Scoop):


Yesterday: Man, those Republicans sure don’t like biracial families, do they?


After backlash, MSNBC deleted the tweet and edited the linked article which originally specifically named “conservatives” as potential offendees of a Cheerios ad featuring a biracial couple. And they did it all as quietly as possible.

In response, Michelle started a #MyRightWingBiracialFamily hashtag on Twitter and it exploded.

Richard Wolff, MSNBC’s executive editor, said the Cheerio tweet was “dumb” and “offensive” and “that’s not who we are at MSNBC.” Oh my–even the executive editor of MSNBC doesn’t watch MSNBC? It’s worse than I thought.

If you missed any of this particular bunch of foot-in-mouth projection, just wait because they’ll do something similar again very soon.

**Written by Doug Powers

Twitter @ThePowersThatBe

blog comments powered by Disqus
Posted in: Media,Media Bias

Josh Earnest: The president’s actions say more about what he believes than his words, or something

November 18, 2015 08:00 AM by Doug Powers



Court confiscates Obama’s pen and phone on executive amnesty while the AP does their thing

November 10, 2015 08:59 AM by Doug Powers


Heartless laws holding back benevolent president

Sex in the balance: CNN sounds alarm about the latest thing climate change is killing

November 6, 2015 10:19 PM by Doug Powers


If you can’t get a date you can always jump a shark

My message to Melissa Harris-Perry: Sweat is color-blind

October 30, 2015 10:14 AM by Michelle Malkin

Ted Cruz nails media’s selective fawning, Hillary brushes off GOP debate with Benghazi hearing clip

October 29, 2015 07:36 AM by Doug Powers


Understanding the co-opponent

Categories: 2016 Campaign, GOP, Hillary Clinton, Media, Media Bias

Follow me on Twitter Follow me on Facebook