Monday, September 1, 2008

NBC's News Operation Scores Another Low With MSNBC Snub Against Palin Nomination

Let's hope the word gets out about this one. When John McCain announced Sarah Palin as his vice presidential choice, MSNBC posted a "Breaking News" graphic with the caption, "How many houses does Palin add to the Republican Ticket?"

Biased or not, at very least, MSNBC should be expected to show some pretense of professionalism, but this kind of sacastic quip from a news sources that viewers are supposed to be able to turn to to get a reliable read on the news, this takes their unbridled biased programming to a more shameful low.

Kudos to Bill O'Reilly at Fox News for blowing his stack on this issue showing the kind of outrage we all should be feeling about this shameful exhibition of infotainment journalism. This is the kind of quip one would expect from David Letterman, Keith Olbermann, or Bill Maher, not standard news programming.

One has to wonder why reputable figures like Brian Williams and Tom Brokaw lend their reputation to this sham of a news operation. Sadly, it will take something of the power of the Dan Rather fiasco which got him canned at CBS to start the wheels in motion to remedy the situation in the NBC/MSNBC news operation.

Check out sources like News Busters and the Media Research Center for a complete expose of blatantly biased either anti-Republican or Obama worshiping stories they have produced.

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