Rachel Maddow corrected ‘in real-time’ by MSNBC’s own chyron as she pushes Mueller conspiracy

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow continued to push her blatant conspiracy claims about Robert Mueller’s report even while her own network fact-checked her on the air.

Maddow fanned the flames of fake news Monday as she raised the alarm over her suspicions that Attorney General William Barr is secretly redacting the special counsel’s report before its public release.

 

Meanwhile, in the MSNBC production room, the network’s “last truth-teller” was apparently oblivious to the on-air rant and offered an on-screen chyron that completely contradicted the show’s host.

Perhaps it was an in-house April Fool’s Day joke.

Maddow, like her media colleagues to the left, have been looking for something – anything – to push in the face of Mueller’s report which Barr concluded there was no evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 election. Even Mueller’s announcement that there will be no more indictments has not been clear enough as liberals are convinced there must still be something the two-year investigation missed.

Or, that Barr is actually hiding something and is working on redacting negative information about President Trump before releasing the report to Congress and the public, which he promised by mid-April, if not sooner. And this, Maddow posited, must be what’s happening – behind Mueller’s back.

“This is a thing that Mueller’s team does in its sleep,” she said, before insulting Barr’s intelligence. “It is hard to believe that they would leave the newly-appointed, 68-year-old Attorney general William Barr to, himself, personally pick through the report to try to figure out what mentions in this 400-page report might pertain to open cases.”

At least she got the size of the report right, unlike Rep. Maxine Waters who declared last week that it was “somewhere between 3,000, 4,000 pages.”

“They wouldn’t leave that to Barr to do that. Mueller would have done that,” Maddow continued, all the while being contradicted by the chyron on the screen below her which correctly reported that “Special Counsel is assisting with redactions.”

Tom Arnold, who launched his own failed anti-Trump campaign with the now-canceled Viceland series “The Hunt for Trump Tapes with Tom Arnold,” chimed in.

The Nation’s Aaron Maté schooled the so-called actor with a reality check.

‏Maddow’s descent into “tin-foil hat” narratives on her show left many shaking their heads.

Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld was a step ahead when his show created a compilation of Maddow’s inane Russia moments.

HERE’S WHAT YOU’RE MISSING …

Maddow’s pathetic ranting in the face of opposing facts – and even her own network’s reporting – left many on Twitter amazed.

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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