Why MSNBC viewers are ill-informed

Rick Moran
Ed Lasky points us to this YouTube video that shows why MSNBC viewers are so ill-informed.

Andrea Mitchell is interviewing a congresswoman about the NSA surveillance programs when all of a sudden, the network cuts away for some breaking news; Justin Beiber's appearance in court.


The video has more than 2.5 million hits in less than 2 days.

MSNBC can't get much lower ratings, but they're trying. Their continued defense of Obama and Obamacare is not only losing them credibility, but viewers as well.

They should pull the plug on this turkey of a network or change the focus back to news. Even biased news reporting is better than what they're doing now.


Ed Lasky points us to this YouTube video that shows why MSNBC viewers are so ill-informed.

Andrea Mitchell is interviewing a congresswoman about the NSA surveillance programs when all of a sudden, the network cuts away for some breaking news; Justin Beiber's appearance in court.


The video has more than 2.5 million hits in less than 2 days.

MSNBC can't get much lower ratings, but they're trying. Their continued defense of Obama and Obamacare is not only losing them credibility, but viewers as well.

They should pull the plug on this turkey of a network or change the focus back to news. Even biased news reporting is better than what they're doing now.