Well, it looks like someone at MSNBC decided it was alright for Ed Schultz to bring back his Psycho Talk segment after they pulled it some time back under the guise of wanting their broadcasts to be less inflammatory and that being used as an excuse
Well, it looks like someone at MSNBC decided it was alright for Ed Schultz to bring back his Psycho Talk segment after they pulled it some time back under the guise of wanting their broadcasts to be less inflammatory and that being used as an excuse to show Keith Olbermann the door.
Ed knocked Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade, otherwise known as the Brown-Haired Guy Who Isn't Steve Doocy if you watch Colbert for their ridiculous claim on Fox & Friends that Donald Trump might have been a serious presidential candidate for 2012 except for the fact that he wasn't treated fairly in the media. In their world, the evil liberal media attacked poor old Donald when he didn't deserve it and ruined his hopes for another fake presidential run.
Trump was never a serious candidate and the media sadly gave him way too much air time so he could get his ratings up for his show on NBC. But the crew over at Fox & Friends think that somehow he wasn't given enough time on the air to defend himself from the countless hours he was given on the air to look like a raving mad racist nut job who will say anything whether he believes it or not to get attention.
As usual, it's upside down world at Fox. These people apparently have lost the capacity to be embarrassed by the fact that they look like complete buffoons every morning, day after day, on a network that has the audacity to call itself a "news" channel.
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