MSNBC is an unofficial mouthpiece of the Democrat Party.
Hosts and guests are expected to toe the liberal line on the credibility of the woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of trying to rape her in high school.
But now all hell is breaking loose after one of their most famous hosts said this about the situation.
Republicans have offered Christine Ford a public or private hearing to tell her story about Brett Kavanaugh.
Her lawyer said she will not show up unless the FBI investigates an incident that took place 36 years ago.
Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski actually called out Ford and the Democrats.
She accused them of “moving the goal posts.”
With Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation on hold amid Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s accusations of sexual assault decades ago, MSNBC “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski argued that Democrats were “moving the goalpost” on Republicans because they want to allow Ford the chance to testify and now they are not cooperating.
“[S]ome Republicans could argue this is moving the goalpost,” Brzezinski said Wednesday. “And it’s moving the goalpost in an impossible direction because every legal analyst we have had on the show, you’re a lawyer, you know the law, there’s no way of finding out what happened in high school. There are statutes of limitations for a reason.”
“So, we need to hear from her. And that’s why everybody is open to hearing from [Ford]. But if she doesn’t want to speak, if she doesn’t want to testify, you have to wonder what the Republicans really are supposed to do except demand a vote. This is something that happened in high school. This is going to need her voice. There is no other way around it. No one can do it for her,” she continued.
Critics question Ford’s story for multiple reasons.
And her unwillingness to tell her story under oath is raising major red flags.
Republicans are realizing she is just trying to delay the Kavanaugh nomination until after the election in the hopes the Democrats win the Senate.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.