Unbelievable: See How This News Anchor Reacts To Using The “Redskins” Name

MSNBC is the network where ex-host Martin Bashir suggested that someone defecate and urinate on Sarah Palin.

The suddenly sensitive MSNBC host Joy Reid decided to warn viewers that she was about to feature someone saying the word “Redskins,” a word she deemed to be a “racial slur.”

MSNBC was not as delicate in 2013, when Bashir recounted a story in the 1700′s of how one slave was forced to “s-*-*-t” in another slave’s mouth. Bashir suggested that Palin would be an “outstanding candidate” for someone to do that to a slave.

Reid played a clip of Daniel Snyder attacking the team.  Reid fretted, “And I just warn people, he does use the name of the team. So, I’m just going to warn you guys about that in advance.”

Apparently, the journalists and hosts at MSNBC have a warped idea of what is acceptable, and what is offensive.

This post originally appeared on Western Journalism – Informing And Equipping Americans Who Love Freedom

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