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Pekary further explained that she couldn't speak for the whole network, saying that “the list was unique to The Last Word" (The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell show) and, presumably, did not come from MSNBC’s higher-ups.
While the show or the network itself has yet to comment on Pekary’s claim, it’s not the first time the cable channel faces accusations of muting non-mainstream political voices.
Late newsman Ed Schultz, who worked for MSNBC before joining RT America, claimed in a 2018 interview that he was barred from covering Bernie Sanders’ presidential bid announcement five minutes before he was to come on air. Schultz said that he received a last-minute call from then-president of the network, Phil Griffin, who told him he was not “covering this.”
originally posted by: Southern Guardian
Angry at the establishment for keeping the average American down?
It's no wonder the same old continues in DC.
originally posted by: JinMI
a reply to: Southern Guardian
Bernie sold you and all his other followers that propelled him onto the stage, out for a house or two.
The only change Sanders is about lies in his pockets.