The Democrat presidential primaries just took a strange turn.
Democrats are still reeling from their national party rigging the 2016 primary, but the party may be in for a repeat of that fiasco.
And that’s because MSNBC was caught in a huge scandal to rig the 2020 election.
Americans’ perceptions of the debate are shaped more by the “postgame” coverage than the actual event itself.
That’s because more Americans watch the wrap ups and highlights than the event itself.
MSNBC is a fake news network dedicated to beating Donald Trump.
Polling shows socialist schemes like government-run healthcare and free healthcare for illegal immigrants are wildly unpopular.
But far-Left candidates like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are threats to win the nomination while supporting those policies.
After the second debate, MSNBC’s Brian Williams tried to steer the network’s coverage into mocking Sanders and Warren as a warning sign to Democrat voters that they should not nominate these candidates.
During MSNBC’s post-debate coverage, which heavily focused on emphasizing the views of moderate Democratic candidates, host Brian Williams mocked the ambitious plans of progressive Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders as “offering free salad bar and breadsticks, everything right up to that.”
Williams’ comments came nearly an hour after the end of the first night of the second round of 2020 Democratic debates. He contrasted the progressive wing of the party’s large-scale plans, like Medicare for All and student loan forgiveness, with more centrist candidates, who questioned the viability of those plans.
“You got one side of the party offering free salad bar and breadsticks, everything right up to that, and the other side of the party trying to be the moderates, saying: ‘We can’t promise this stuff,’” Williams said, offering his take on the debate to Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa.
In 2016, the Democrat Party pulled out all the stops to deny Bernie Sanders the nomination for president.
This time around, the Democrat establishment is counting on the media to guide voters away from candidates that are unelectable.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.