MSNBC Puts Insane B.S. Spin on Chicago PD and Jussie Smollett

MSNBC is having a really hard time accepting that Jussie Smollett is a garbage human being who created a fake hate crime to get money and attention.

CNN and Fox News have made peace with the situation and are giving it the attention that everyone else is. The show airs on Fox, so you would think that would be the network hesitant to report on the incident. Take a look at the graphic that shows how badly MSNBC does not want to cover the Jussie Smollett incident:

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Well, Kasie Hunt of MSNBC was willing to claim that the Chicago PD are framing Jussie Smollett. After the guest made this outrageous claim host Kasie Hunt moved along like it ain’t no thang!

Liberal Chicago policemen framed a black man in favor of a couple of Trump supporters. Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. A couple of Trump supporters who happened to be black and robbed him in the middle of his Subway sandwich in the middle of the night in sub zero temperatures. Yeah, that’s very believable.

Twitter users were on standby, ready to put them on blast:

Jeff pointed out that this is bizarre to a normal person, but not to MSNBC.

Other people took shots at MSNBC.

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