The Clinton Campaign Tried to Get this Liberal Banned at MSNBC!

As the mainstream media continues to promote the story that Trump is trying to control them, we learn about the Clinton campaign’s  the Democratic Party’s paranoid quest to protect themselves from any bad press.

The latest revelation Was that Hillary Clinton’s campaign tried to remove Mika Brzezinski from the air after she criticized Democratic presidential candidate, the Morning Joe co-host revealed Friday morning. Debbie Wasserman Schultz tried something similar before she was ousted as DNC Chair.

Of course, MSNBC withstood the liberals’ pressure and Brzezinski was not removed from her show.

“Listen, when I was concerned the campaign was not understanding that perhaps there was some arrogance, that they need to get off their high horse and understand that this wasn’t over. I’ll just say it; NBC received a call from the campaign. Like I had done something that was journalistically inappropriate and needed to be pulled off the air. I mean, think about that. That’s just shooting the wrong messenger.”

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Her partner on the show Joe Scarborough added,  “By the way, Mika, there were also people surrounding the campaign that tried to tell the campaign it was in trouble. Those people were shut out.”


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