MSNBC Twits Make Outrageous Claims About 'Un-American' DeSantis [VIDEO]
At MSNBC, it appears that some of the hosts think that they are qualified to decide what is and is not conservative. On Tuesday's episode of Chris Jansing Reports, nominal Republican Tara Setmayer declared that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' fight with Disney was “petulant” and “not conservative”, but also “un-American.”
Jansing had asked Setmayer about the 2024 horse race and how it related to the GOP’s relationship with former President Donald Trump.
Setmayer went on to call DeSantis a “C-list” celebrity and a “wimp” who was engaging in political retribution against a private company, which she said was “definitely not conservative and quite frankly un-American.”
This is a perfect example of the liberal media’s attempt to make sure that no one ever opposes their agenda, regardless of the fact that DeSantis was merely attempting to break up a cronyist relationship.
Jonathan Lemire, host of MSNBC's Way Too Early, went further and suggested that Disney’s expansion plans were a rebuke to DeSantis, despite the fact that it would actually benefit Florida.
Lemire also condemned DeSantis for signing a six-week abortion ban “in the middle of the night,” which he labeled as “more extreme than most states in the nation.”
It is apparent that the woke movement and the biased liberal media are unwilling to accept any form of opposition to their agenda. The fact that DeSantis has dared to stand up to Disney and to enact some conservative policies has been met with derision from the liberal media. This shows that they are not interested in having an honest debate, but instead want to push their own agenda at all costs.
The liberal media needs to remember that not everyone is going to agree with them and that people have a right to disagree. It is time for the media to accept that and to have an honest debate about the issues, instead of trying to push their own agenda with name-calling and derision.
I've had enough of this mind-numbing conformity from the media.