MSNBC host agrees with Priebus, says NBC trying to ‘climb up’ Hillary’s . . .

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It’s an odd day in liberal la-la land when an MSNBC host agrees with the chairman of the Republican National Committee.

“Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski said she doesn’t disagree with RNC Chairman Reince Priebus who has vowed to block the GOP from participating in the 2016 primary debates on both networks if they go forth with plans to air documentaries on Hillary Clinton.

Brzezinski went further Tuesday morning, saying, “If you are a news organization, it’s kind of a conflict,” reiterating Priebus’ complaint that any television show on Clinton is nothing more than propaganda for a potential Democratic presidential candidate.

But what she actually said, albeit off the air, went a lot further in chastising her parent network.

According to co-host Joe Scarborough – who happily threw Brzezinski right under the bus:

“You said, off the air Mika, that it was as if they were trying to climb up – something  – of the entire Clinton organization.”

Read more:

RNC Chair: Not going to sit around and let networks promote Democratic Party

RNC to networks: Drop Hillary Clinton documentary or we drop 2016 debates

Watch Brzezinski’s moment of logic via Newsbusters:

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