Who would have thought? Did you ever think that the MSNBC would one day acknowledge far left intolerance? Neither did we, but that is exactly what Joe Scarborough did.
I guess miracles do happen!
Morning Joe host, Joe Scarborough, went on air and said something nobody expected from him. He cited a New York Times article that expressed the bias that the Liberal media displays. This is the first intelligent conversation you have ever heard from MSNBC in such a long time. Finally, some honesty.
Nicholas Kristof wrote the Op-Ed, The Dangers Of Echo Chambers On Campus. In the article, he wrote, “… We liberals are adept at pointing out the hypocrisies of Trump, but we should also address our own hypocrisy in terrain we govern, such as most universities: too often, we embrace diversity of all kinds except for ideological… We champion tolerance, except for conservatives and evangelical Christians. We want to be inclusive of people who don’t look like us – so long as they think like us.”
Scarborough begins to explain that within universities there are serious issues with the fact that there is a feeling of unity when students all ban together. They use the Liberal mindset as a way to unite themselves, which causes them to become “intellectually flabby.” He also added that a large problem within the Liberal community of university campuses is the fact that these students keep surrounding themselves with those who have very similar mindsets as they do. This creates a huge issue for these students to ever strengthen their arguments or become better at debating why they believe in what they believe in.
A little truth never hurt anybody. But, suddenly MSNBC is the voice of sanity? They must be worried about their low ratings.
Well, he’s new at the liberal thing. But he’ll get the talking points and brain washing soon and we won’t be surprised by much of what he says from there on out.
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