We all know that the liberal mainstream media is also the hardcore leftstream media. The problem with this corruption of the American media is enormous. Just one example is how MSNBC, generally and Chris Matthews, specifically have glossed over an extremely serious and dangerous issue involving the Muslim Brotherhood’s infiltration into the American government.
Below is Chris Matthew’s Hardball show which ran last night. Chris and his two far left commentators laughed at, mocked and ridiculed efforts by Congresswoman Michelle Bachman and a few other conservative Congresspersons who are trying to expose the increasingly dangerous influence of the Muslim Brotherhood. Note Chris here: (relevant portion begins at the 5:00 minute mark)
In listening to Chris and the two libs one would think that some kind of horrific actions have been taken against these poor misunderstood Muslims. The women mentioned in the article, Huma Abedin, a senior aide to Secretary Hillary Clinton, is a Muslim but more specifically, has ties to people associated with the Muslim Brotherhood. But the larger issue is described more fully in a recent Blaze article. Please go to the Blaze link for more on this story including several great videos. BACHMANN HITS BACK AT MCCAIN, CRITICS REGARDING HER LETTER ABOUT MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD AND ITS U.S. TENTACLES.
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