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February 2nd, 2014
02:00 PM ET

MSNBC faces backlash from offensive Tweet

After an MSNBC Tweet suggests conservatives don't like biracial families, Errol Louis and CNN Crossfire host S.E. Cupp join Brian Stelter to examine if the left-leaning network goes overboard with their anti-GOP speech.


Filed under: Media • Media Criticism • MSNBC
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  4. John Tighe

    The MSNBC tweet is as shocking as saying the Pope is Catholic.

    February 2, 2014 at 8:25 pm | Reply
  5. viewer

    The tweet wasn't offensive to those of us that dislike right wing policies. Then again, CNN didn't help its cause interviewing SE CUPP. I'm all for employing the mentally disabled, but Cupp stretches that position.

    February 2, 2014 at 7:23 pm | Reply
    • Scott

      That tweet was a disgrace. Congrats to all the CONSERVATIVE BI-RACIAL FAMILIES (including Michelle Malkin's family) who tweeted their family photos. That destroyed the myth that this tweet attempted to show.

      February 3, 2014 at 8:18 pm | Reply

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