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Awkward day over at MSNBC

Watch how quickly the MSNBC host closes out this interview when Dem. Congressman Rush Holt defends Edward Snowden and calls President Obama’s position on him “unreasonable.”

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The look off screen at 1:18

The look off screen at 1:18 (cut the interview!)
1:20 thanks for being with us today..

Southern Agrarian


Didn't MSNBC know that Congressman Holt is a Democrat that actually defends Snowden?



Awkward for all the right reasons.

Does anyone know if these presstitutes get fed lines on the spot? Seems like when things don't go as they want you can tell the eye focus go to the side as if receiving instruction and something abrupt usually follows. That part, "So, in your opinion he's a whistleblower?" was just embarrassing to watch.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

"So you believe he's a whistleblower?"

Anyone in the media who acks that question is either dumb as a rock, or a propagandist.

Go Van Jones

Give him Holder's position.

Leges sine moribus vanae

Couldn't find an indirect link on the tube

I try to avoid directly linking to the MSM when at all possible but believe I found a similar comment made by Van Jones on MSNBC over the same article

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Van Jones has some moral

Van Jones has some moral character left. He'd be an interesting guy to talk to off the record.

Ventura 2012

You sure about that?

Calling Snowden a "Traitor" is irresponsible and immoral.

A "traitor" becomes such when they expose state secrets to "the enemy" during war times. Since he revealed the information to the American public, is THAT the enemy?

Then there's his comment that he "Loves the President and this Administration"... no further comment necessary there.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Trying to control the narrative, yet again:

"So by your definition, he [Snowden] is a Whistle blower?"

MSNBC wants the public to call Snowden a "traitor" and it will never happen.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Glad that all this support

Glad that all this support for Snowden is coming out, BUT honestly I didn't notice the host quickly ending the conversation, seemed ordinary to me.

So you're saying he's a wistle-blower?

Typical MSNBC.

"Hell is empty, and all the devils are here" (Shakespeare)
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