Chuck Todd "left it there" on Meet the Press Sunday when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lied and said Iranians weren't protesting America even after shouts of "Death to America" rang out in Iran's Parliament earlier.
Just two weeks after his special on the spread of misinformation in the press, Meet the Press host Chuck Todd invited former NC Gov. Pat McCrory onto Meet The Press to accuse Democrats of using Iranian talking points.
On Meet the Press, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo waved off any victims of Iranian retaliation as "noise" while claiming the U.S. is safer today after the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.
In his Meet The Press opening segment, Todd continues his devotion to false equivalencies by implying disinformation began with the Clinton era.
This is a joke, right? Because who spreads it more?
The political press corps may have hit peak impeachment failure on Sunday when Meet the Press host Chuck Todd introduced a segment in which voters from a toss-up district in Michigan were interviewed about the House proceedings against Donald Trump.
Meet The Press intereviewed people who weren't regulars at the bar and were unrepresentative of the area in which they staged that "focus group." Marcy Wheeler gets real people to speak, and the differences are...quite different.
Even Chuck Todd won't accept a heaping cup of 'Ukraine meddled!!!' Kool-Aid served up by Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
After backtracking and admitting he was wrong for pushing the Russian propaganda that it was Ukraine that hacked the DNC server and interfered in the 2016 election, Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy was back at it again on this Sunday's Meet the Press.
Senator Ron Johnson tried all the tired Putin talking points, but Chuck Todd was ready for him this time.
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