MSNBCs Jansing Rushes to Defend Wendy Davis From Questions Over Biography
By Jeffrey Meyer | January 21, 2014
MSNBC darling Wendy Davis is in some hot water over inaccuracies surrounding her personal biography. According to the Dallas Morning News’s Wayne Slater — no conservative he, by the way — despite Ms. Daviss own claims, she was 21, not 19 when she was divorced and living in a trailer as a single mother.
Despite the glaring factual inconsistencies in Ms. Daviss own biography, on January 21, Chris Jansing was quick to rush to her defense. During her daily Jansing & Co. show, Jansing proclaimed Davis a Democratic rising star without mentioning that her very own network is in no small way responsible for raising the previously unknown Texas state senators rise to national prominence.
Jansing began her segment by immediately sympathizing with Ms. Davis and how her compelling personal story was a relatable story of the struggles of a younger mother who overcame adversity to graduate from Harvard Law. After former Bush/Cheney senior advisor Robert Traynham initially dismissed the seriousness of Daviss biographical errors, Jansing immediately rushed to the Democrats defense. Jansing asked:
could it just be she misremembered and when she went back and really looked at the facts — sometimes I can’t remember how old I am right now.
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