Hillary Clinton thought she could always count on MSNBC to be in her corner.
But the truth came out about one nasty situation.
And an MSNBC host surprised everyone with this shocking revelation about Hillary Clinton.
The media has always had a love affair with the Clintons dating back to Bill’s Presidency when CNN was dubbed the “Clinton News Network.”
In the run-up to the 2016 Presidential election, the media became lap dogs for Hillary Clinton’s failed Presidential campaign.
MSNBC was a Hillary Clinton cheerleading outfit masquerading as a news network.
Former MSNBC host Krystal Ball pulled back the curtains on how far in the tank the network was for Hillary during an appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast.
Ball, then co-host of MSNBC’s The Cycle, used a 2014 monologue to urge Hillary Clinton not to run for President in 2016.
Executives at MSNBC stepped in after her monologue and told her that anything she said on-air about Hillary Clinton in the future had to be approved by the network.
“Shortly before I was let go, I did a monologue when Hillary Clinton was building up to run for president. It was back in 2014 so this was early on,” Ball said. “I did this whole thing that was like, ‘She sold out to Wall Street. People are gonna hate this lady. She’s like the terrible candidate for the moment. Please don’t run.’”
Then MSNBC President Phil Griffin stepped in after Ball urged Hillary not to run.
“I was allowed to say it,” Ball continued. “I deliver my thing. I did it exactly how I wanted to do it. Afterwards, I get pulled into an office and [I was told] ‘Great monologue, everything’s fine but next time you do any commentary on Hillary Clinton, it has to get approved by the president of the network.
MSNBC claims that it’s a news network but it censored one of their hosts for not toeing the party line on the network’s approved 2016 Democrat Presidential candidate.
“I would love to say that that didn’t affect me and that I was there to be a truth teller, but listen I’m a human being,” Ball explained. “I’m sure I responded to the incentives of that system like ‘Ahh, I don’t want to get in trouble with the boss.”
Ball left MSNBC and eventually backed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) for President.
“So that’s the way it works,” Ball said. “That’s a very blatant example, but oftentimes people know where the boundaries are, they know what they’re allowed to say and so they don’t need that direct intervention of censorship.”
It was revealed after Ball’s experience that members of the media worked hand-in-hand with the Clinton campaign to perpetrate the Russian collusion hoax against former President Donald Trump.
The media made no bones about operating as an arm of Hillary Clinton’s failed Presidential campaign.
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