Huffington Post Calls Out Rachel Maddow?!

The Huffington Post called out Rachael Maddow on her latest hit piece against President Donald Trump. Somehow, with no basis in reality, Ms. Maddow and staff have aligned the Trump travel ban with the fatal ambush of American Green Berets in Niger. In a convoluted bit of reasoning, the banning of travel from Chad precipitated the attack. 

As the article will point out, in detail, the two are not related. In fact, geography in itself will be proof enough. Take a look at where Cad is in relation to the attacks. Then read the history of the real terrorist group in Niger. That will make it clear enough.

As Written and Reported by Breitbart News:

Willa Frej at the Huffington Post:

It was a vintage Rachel Maddow stemwinder. A deft, 25-minute weaving of carefully curated sound bites, screenshots of news reports, slick maps and graphics, all strung together to make the case that something fishy is afoot. It’s a style Maddow has perfected, and it has propelled her to the top of the ratings heap.

There was just one problem. Maddow’s theory was so flimsy that it could be debunked by a quick glance at a map, let alone a phone call with an expert.

Janet Malcolm of The New Yorker recently described Maddow’s show as “a piece of sleight of hand presented as a cable news show. It is TV entertainment at its finest. It permits liberals to enjoy themselves during what may be the most thoroughly unenjoyable time of their political lives.”

“By reducing the story to its mythic fundamentals,” Janet Malcolm wrote earlier this month, “Maddow creates the illusion of completeness that novels and short stories create. We feel that this is the story as we listen to and watch her……..


HuffPost: Rachel Maddow Called Out for Anti-Trump Fake News on Niger Ambush

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