Skip to comments.MSNBC "6 DE NOVEMBER" Graphic
Posted on 10/18/2012 7:30:05 PM PDT by matt04
I accidentally started to watch MSNBC tonight, and noticed Maddow had Bob Herbert of policyshop.net on. Some of the things posted on this website today include students demanding a end to credit checks, Rep. Elijah Cummings complaining about True the Vote and "sustainable scheduling" for retail workers over the holidays.
Anyway, Maddow and Bob Herbert were discussing the ways that polls watchers will intimidate voters waiting to vote. He claimed that "something might happen to you when you show up at the polls, and you don't know if your committing a crime or not." Maddow went on to claim that only early voting will guarantee your vote is counted.
This was the graphic they were using:
A veiled way of telling the Hispanics to vote and warning them. hm.
Your tuning in tonight probably increased their viewership tonight by 50%.
Did they mention anything about the New Black Panthers being outside intimidating people too? I’m just kidding. Of course they didn’t mention that. But they’re still counting on it...
In a coincidence, I happen to know two people that have Neilson monitors on their TV's. Both have made a vow to never even surf past MSLSD. They always manually punch the numbers to the next channel. AFAIK MSLSD has never graced either screen for a millisecond. My kinda people.
The lib media are desperate to help their messiah. They will try many crazy tricks (e.g., binders). They are going to melt down completely by Nov. 6. You will see many bizarre things between now and then. Madcow might even go straight.
Rachel Madman drips of condescension as the protector of the underclass. How boring watching two Afirmative-Americans yammering about how unfair ?America is.
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