After Attempted NYC Terror Attack MSNBC Panel Goes Off On This Wild Narrative [Video]

[VIDEO] While the New York City subway terrorist attack was still a breaking story this MSNBC panel did not wait hours before going into their attack mode. They wanted to pre-empt the talking points about immigration and take it away from President Trump’s talking points. It is almost childish in its quick defense of immigration from Muslim countries and outright lies about the President’s travel ban. You can see it here and read the transcription.

As Written By Nicholas Fondacaro for Newsbusters:

As information was still coming in regarding Monday’s attempted terror attack in the New York City subway, an MSNBC panel discussing the news ridiculously shifted the topic to outrage over guns and gun crime in the U.S. And on top of that, they bemoaned how President Trump would try to make the attack an immigration issue to support his temporary travel ban.

The person responsible for kicking off the gun discussion was former NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton. After commenting on how few terror attacks have hit the U.S. since 9/11 (missing a few as he rattled them off), he opined:

We will continue to prevent a lot of them. But the reality is they’re going to keep coming. And whether they’ve inspired, enabled or directed. But the sad reality in our country also is we’re sitting here talking right now, no loss of life here this morning, tremendous disruption. But someplace in America today, some nut with a gun is going to go out and kill three or four people. Every day we have a mass shooting in this country. 

This is such a good point,” host Stephanie Ruhle praised. She was quickly cut off by anti-Trump Republican, MSNBC political analyst, and New York Times columnist ……..


Amid NYC Terror Coverage MSNBC Panel Complains About Guns in America, Trump

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