MSNBC defies call to end ‘white conservative hiring spree’ and takes leap to the right with new show

Liberal heads are set to explode any minute now.

Conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt is moving to TV with his own show and it’s not on Fox News or OANN — it’s on the same far-left leaning network that’s home to Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton and Chris Matthews.

He’s going to MSNBC.

His new show, called simply “Hugh Hewitt,” will run for 30 minutes EACH Saturday at 8 a.m. starting this weekend, and will air live, according to TV Newser.

Although Donald Trump was far from Hewitt’s first choice for president and clashed with him several times during the Republican primary, he endorsed Trump after he received the GOP nomination.

Newser reported:

Expanding news programming has long been the goal of NBC News chairman Andy Lack, who created MSNBC 21 years ago. But with intensive coverage of the Trump White House, which has led to ratings gains across MSNBC, it only makes sense to add live hours where it can. For the last several weeks, MSNBC has re-aired episodes of Rachel Maddow and Lawrence O’Donnell in the early evenings. Extended programming also includes anchors Alex Witt and Richard Lui.

 

The moment news of the new show hit the street, liberals railed in protest.

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Less than two weeks ago actor Mark Ruffalo was among those who signed a petition calling for the halt of the “white conservative hiring spree” at MSNBC.

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Apparently the network’s answer was no.

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