MSNBC's Richard Lui Pushes Notion That Romney Was A 'Job Creator'

Media Matters detailed very well why this latest talking point by our mainstream media that Mitt Romney was somehow a "job creator" either as Governor of Massachusetts of as an investor is sheer nonsense, but that didn't stop MSNBC's Richard Lui
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Media Matters detailed very well why this latest talking point by our mainstream media that Mitt Romney was somehow a "job creator" either as Governor of Massachusetts of as an investor is sheer nonsense, but that didn't stop MSNBC's Richard Lui from pushing that talking point regardless of both Maria Cardona and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz laying out facts to the contrary. Of course contributor to Tucker Carlson's rag, The Daily Caller Matt Lewis was happy to help do his part to deceive the audience at MSNBC as well.

Here's more from Media Matters Political Correction -- Mitt Romney's 'Jobs Record' Is A Sham:

Mitt Romney is attempting to establish himself as the Republican presidential candidate with the most credibility on job creation, but the former Massachusetts governor may have trouble defending his record. During Romney's tenure as governor, Massachusetts' job growth was bested by every state in the nation except three, including Hurricane Katrina-devastated Louisiana. As CEO of Bain Capital, Romney profited as five of the companies under his firm's direction went bankrupt, and thousands of workers lost their jobs. One particularly brutal round of firings came back to haunt Romney during his failed 1994 Senate campaign, when laid-off workers protested his candidacy.

Lots more there so go read the rest and maybe someone could send this along to MSNBC's Richard Lui as well before he comes back on the air and pretends like Romney cared about or knows anything about creating jobs in the United States.

Anyone that tries to maintain that MSNBC is somehow a "liberal" network because of some of their prime time programing probably doesn't watch much of their daytime lineup which features hackery like this on a regular basis. They're not quite as bad as Fox, but that's not saying much.

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