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Is MSNBC becoming FOX LITE? [View all] DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 OP
MSNBC used to be my favorite cable news channel.... chillfactor Jan 2017 #1
It's crazy... Whenever they do a poll the results suggest their viewers lean left. DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #3
Therefore MSNBC must feel there is not enough left leaning viewers ... spin Jan 2017 #13
CNN used to be the cable news station in the middle. DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #16
current meme of attack the media as if they're not part of the problem is NO DOUBT faux news light uponit7771 Jan 2017 #2
They've been heading in that direction for awhile now. Bradical79 Jan 2017 #4
Lol Dem2 Jan 2017 #5
The GOP has FOX and Russia Today. DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #7
I still watch who I like and avoid the same icky time slots Dem2 Jan 2017 #8
I like Lawrence and Joy Reid. DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #9
and Rachel too. Dem2 Jan 2017 #10
Greta is the last nail in their coffin. Not sure how long they will keep Joy Reid bettyellen Jan 2017 #6
I just saw Rachel do a commercial saying how nice Kellyanne Conway LittleBlue Jan 2017 #11
Yep. RM does Unabashed Conway advertisemt Alice11111 Jan 2017 #19
I hate the sound of screechy Greta flamingdem Jan 2017 #12
Yes, MSNBC's FOX-ish, but so's every other cable news source. VOX Jan 2017 #14
Everytime I switched the remote to MSNBC I heard the words "Donald Trump." Chipper Chat Jan 2017 #15
Has become. Squinch Jan 2017 #17
i think it's 'has become' spanone Jan 2017 #18
They're already there. Different Drummer Jan 2017 #20
Has been for 16 months now. sarcasmo Jan 2017 #21
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