In a now-deleted tweet, MSNBC predicted “the rightwing” would hate a cute Cheerios ad featuring a biracial family. MSNBC executive editor Richard Wolffe absurdly claimed that his race-baiting network’s race-baiting tweet was “not who we are at MSNBC.”

MSNBC may have issued an apology for the tweet — the network’s totally sorry it got caught — but what about the article to which it linked?

When first published, the article included this sentence (emphasis ours):

The breakfast cereal’s new Super Bowl ad features the same fictional biracial family that sparked a conservative backlash last year.

Before MSNBC apologized for its repulsive tweet, it quietly memory-holed that version of the text. Here’s how it appears now:

The breakfast cereal’s new Super Bowl ad features the same fictional biracial family that sparked a backlash last year.

Oh, so there wasn’t a “conservative” backlash? Minds. Blown.

Here’s the even more telling part: MSNBC didn’t bother apologizing for that smear of conservatives. No retraction, no correction statement, no acknowledgment of the foul accusation. The slimy, sneaky editors just tried to disappear the evidence after conservatives turned up the heat.

Too bad Gateway Pundit has screenshots, huh guys?

You can also view MSNBC’s intended message in the article synopsis embedded in the next two screenshots:

Go ahead and own this blurb, MSNBC: “Cheerios’ new Super Bowl ad features the same fictional biracial family that sparked a conservative backlash last year.”

Where’s the faux-pology for that? Oh, right. There isn’t one because that hateful, lying bilge is what MSNBC is all about.

Sorry, MSNBC. Love wins.


According to this screenshot, the original MSNBC article also predicted “an outcry from the right.”

The phrase “from the right” has been removed from


    The sooner MSNBC rebrands itself as “comedy”, and tries to compete against The Onion, or whatever, the better.

    • kch50428

      MSNBC is a political action committee with a TV network.

      • ICOYAR

        So in other words, as credible as The Onion is already

        • Chuck Vipperman

          No. Sometimes people mistake The Onion’s articles as legitimate. MSNBC suffers from no such problems.

          • John Castigo


        • ReneeTru

          I wasn’t familiar with the Onion at first, and when I read one of their articles I thought it was real. I was very glad to find out it was all a “joke.” The thing is, I researched the source and found out it was fictional. There are those who repeat what they read thinking they are sharing a news story. Not good. 😉

          • John Castigo

            “There are those who repeat what they read thinking they are sharing a news story.” …. Yes, Piers Morgan and the recent school shooting in Hawaii.

          • Worship Dancer

            piers is a nitwit

          • Calcat36

            minus the wit.

          • Worship Dancer

            hehehe or a dipstick

    • desicon

      Comedy has no ill will.

      MSNBC is full of venom and bad intent. It is in their DNA.

      • Worship Dancer

        i would disagree with your first statement. leftie “comedy” goes after Christians, conservatives, patriots.

    • AZGunslinger

      You can’t “rebrand” stupidity. I will be very happy when Congress unbundles cable. Once that happens MSNBC will be just another failed socialist experiment in stupidity.

      • Worship Dancer

        oh please soon from your fingers to God’s eyes.

    • bret robertson

      whoa wait mind blown msnbc is a real news group man I though they were comedy lol

      • Worship Dancer

        nah they only CLAIM to be real news

    • Cody

      Hey #MyRightWingBiracialFamily Conservatives…
      Way to follow up one week later on how the right wing are the TRUE champions of multiculturalism and diversity…

      MSNBC vindicated!

  • Kabong30

    This ad is a month or so old too. They’ve had quite a while to figure out what they were gonna say and they meant it. It’s exactly who they are. Divisive hate-mongers.

    • History1979

      The ad is a over year old.

      • Kabong30

        Even better as it just goes to show that they’re hunting for things to try to beat us up with.

        • History1979

          I agree. I love when their race baiting blows up in their face.

      • Spinmamma

        It plays fairly often where I live. I don’t know anyone who thought anything other than it was really cute–like all their ads with little ones trying to help their parents stay healthy.

  • Obey_Gravity

    Why do I hear Maddow’s Smarmy smirk in that ‘Maybe the right wing will hate it’


    • lainer51

      I hear slimy Matthews.

      • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        I hear an overly-ever-so-earnest Hazy.

        • Obey_Gravity

          So, we’re all agreed then. 😉

        • Calcat36

          I see frustrated agenda driven propaganda artists failing miserably in the journalistic world of credibility.

  • Obey_Gravity

    Shouldn’t they include a teary eyed “I are one” apology??

  • RedSoloCup

    MSNBC doesn’t want to alienate their 10 viewers.

    • Doc Farmer ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      Wow. They got seven more viewers? When did THAT happen?

      • Ethanery

        One of those is my fault, I was browsing the channels and accidentally landed on MSNBC for a few seconds…

        • Doc Farmer ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

          Tsk, tsk, tsk…

  • Obey_Gravity

    Don’t think Twitchy missed anything … it’s all here. They foolishly expect someone to “own” the remark. As opposed to playing it off as a ‘Butt-Tweet” error.

  • Guest

    “MSNBC – It’s What Progressives Bigots Have Been Waiting For”

    • SineWaveII

      “BSDNC” is more like it

  • Silence

    I love the tweet: “I could have sworn someone from MSNBC mocked a biracial family not more than a couple weeks ago.” The tables have got to turn on these right-wing antagonists!!

    How about a poll on non-Caucasian members of the Right and the Left that also factors in education and economic level. I think THAT would be very telling.

  • CatHerder ✓fire! ✓fire!

    They meant what they said. We know it and they know we know. It’s all just a big game with them, they poke us and we yell “Hey!” Then they go all wide-eyed innocence and accuse us of misinterpreting them. Enough.

    • Ty in TX ✓ᵇᵒⁿᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

      They meant what they said. They said what they meant. They hate people who don’t think like them 100%.

  • FreedomFighter

    The only backlash came after MSNBC mocked
    Romneys biracial family.

  • Paige Jackson

    Nobody, but NOBODY, projects like liberals.

  • Escher’s House

    So MSNBC is not going to fire Gabriela Resto-Montero?

  • Stephen L. Hall #NonquamTrump

    I’m shocked, SHOCKED, that a liberal media outlet would lie.

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    See, here’s where the Left overcook the whole deal in their minds– they figure that General Mills showing a biracial family will either offend “conservatives” in and of itself, possibly, but at any rate, it will get the “conservative” antennae up: “You see, now the Lefties have gotten to General Mills– imagine, showing a bi-racial family! Political correctness rampant!”

    In fact, most people on the Right, seeing a commercial like that, would probably think, if they stopped to consider it: “Oh– a bi-racial family! General Mills must think they have an underserved market niche and are attempting to address it. Well, good luck to them, and I hope this doesn’t turn into some sort of ginned-up racial thing.”

    But you know it will. The Left will see to it, by trolling the thoughts I said that they ascribe to the Right. On sites like this one, among others. The Left are too-clever-by-half, and it ends up being, not “clever,” but “cleAver.” You have been forewarned what they will do, and “forewarned is forearmed.”

    • Calcat36

      I get beer during the commercials. Black and Tan. Yup. Racist.

      • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        I don’t always get beer during ad breaks (of which there are way too many), but when I do, I get Dos Equis– for I am the Most Interesting Man In The World.

        Stay thirsty, my friend…

        • Calcat36

          I will buy a six, and drink them for you.

  • Doc Farmer ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Just watched the ad and I AM OUTRAGED AND APPALLED!!!

    How could the father just CAVE in on the puppy issue? Even the mommy raised an eyebrow at that one.

    Other than that, cute ad.

    • Part138

      I certainly hope that as many real-life families as possible expecting a baby and considering a puppy do their research before they get the puppy, so they can find a breed that is good with kids and be aware of exactly how big it is going to get when it is grown.
      P.S. I LOVE the “biracial family in commercials” concept. Apparently, the child playing the daughter is the product of a biracial marriage herself!

  • cmerlo1

    Some of us don’t notice things like a family being biracial until someone points it out.

    • SineWaveII

      and even then we don’t care about it.

      • cmerlo1

        Yep- it’s only a thing because MSNBC made it one.

        • SineWaveII


    • US vs. Them

      Who was writing the hateful racism on Youtube last year? Rabid racist liberals? Who ALSO voted for Obama 60 days earlier?

  • Calcat36

    Apologize? For what? The tweet was fake, but true… That is what MSDNC believes.

    • SineWaveII

      “fake but true” that should be the slogan for Obama’s entire presidency. They should carve that on the wall of the Obama library.

      • Calcat36

        The word PHONY should be carved onto his rather ample forehead. Phony scandals my buttocks. One may slide, but 5 or 6?

        • SineWaveII

          That too.

  • mayorofshadyvil

    I may be contrarian but I think MSNBC is just another tool used by the left. They go over the top to accomplish 2 things: A. Rally there base and keep them frothing, and B. Keep RW resources occupied with responding to misinformation, because every second a brillaint mind like Michelle Malkin spends on the network is a second not spent on solving the problem. And in my opinion the problem is the current political system that makes it extremely difficult for a GOP candidate to succeed nationally. If you take away Flint and Detroit in MI, Miami Dade in FL, Cuyoga county in OH, Philadelphia county in PA, and Fairfax & Alexandria in VA. There are like 3100 counties in the US, and if you take 7 of them away the president is GOP. Take the Peoples Republic of California out plus those 7 counties, and it’s an absolute landslide. I am not smart enough to figure out how to tell the less fortunate that GOP economic ideas are better than their current entitlement, but unless someone figures it out we will need to be dialed in with laser focus, and then MAYBE we’ll win a nail-biter. So either get used to saying President Clinton again, or start persuading our bright minds to get the shoddy careless moderate elected GOP elitists out of D.C.

  • jeanie6

    Never saw the original ad. Mostly I ignore, mute or block the ads anyway. The ads I cannot ignore, the pushy, in your face ones, I make a mental note to find another product or service if possible. Every now and then, I actually enjoy an ad like the Clydesdale one, or the little boy at the piano or the one awe struck by the Christmas lights. The rest have no appreciable effect whatsoever. Pretty typical?

    • SineWaveII

      Amen to that. Also I wouldn’t buy Cheerios anyway because a food that’s all carbohydrate is very bad for a person.

  • Pat Loudoun

    They really can’t help themselves. Of course, the funny thing is that over at Huffpo, the usual loons are defending MSDNC and saying FOX is the one that should be apologizing.

    For what? They don’t know. Doesn’t matter I guess.

    • tops116 ✓Quipper

      You can’t say they’re not consistent. Blaming everyone else for a liberal’s mistake is one of the Left’s favorite standbys.

      Just wait, they’ll be blaming Bush any minute now.

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    MSNBC so regretted that tweet that they deleted and are now pretending it never existed. Progressive! 😉

    • Calcat36


      • St Reformed

        Yup. “The lie became the truth; then it became a lie again.”–“1984”

      • SineWaveII


        • Calcat36


          • H50 ✓RAT


          • Darth Venomous✓unmedicated


          • Calcat36

            OMG, my turn again? What the hell did I start?


            +10 for the Darth name.

          • H50 ✓RAT

            You win, Im empty. Still drinking my coffee and revving up my snark engine.

          • Darth Venomous✓unmedicated

            I’d be happy to continue, but all my invectives come from the Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler (there’s one right there – Idiotarian), and…well…Mr. Amos might not take too kindly, y’know? :-)

          • Calcat36


          • H50 ✓RAT

            Ya got a point there Darth. 😉

          • SineWaveII

            Nimrodian (back to you Hana)

  • keyboard jockey

    Actually I didn’t think anything of the Cheerios ad, because this is common place in communities across the country. Only the lunatic fringe on the left think’s that interracial marriage is somehow unique and news worthy.

    • SineWaveII

      It’s funny. The only people who seem to care about bi-racial relationships now are the leftists. The last two incidents, (the Romney family and the one at Fox News) were both launched by the left. And the only racial group that seems to care are the “blacks” themselves. I also notice that the left insists on referring to Obama as “black” when in fact he’s slightly more “white” than “black” (due to his arab blood) genetically speaking. But culturally speaking he’s all “white” since he was raised by an all “white” family. The left and the “news” media never wants to talk about that.

      • keyboard jockey

        They left doesn’t seem to be very sensitive or respectful of the President’s mother’s memory. The far left, the people Obama refers to as the professional left are made up of people suffering from arrested emotional development IMO – they can’t communicate at a level higher than a middle schooler.

        • SineWaveII

          True enough. And as Alfonzo Rachel is always pointing out. The democrat party is the true party of racism. It always has been and still is. That’s why they are always the first party to bring up race, because it’s all they ever think about.

          • keyboard jockey

            It’s like constantly arguing with a pre teen girl. If you disagree with them, they assign “hate” to your motivation. When you try to logically explain your position, they start in with the name calling. It usually ends up in full fledged verbal poo throwing. Some people have not grown up, and I think some of them suffer from arrested emotional development and never will grow up. If there was a study I wonder how many of their demographic actually makes up the trolling demographic in the media and on the internet?

      • US vs. Them

        “The only people who seem to care about bi-racial relationships now are the leftists. ”

        Proceeds to write how the President is “more “white” than “black” (due to his arab blood) genetically speaking”

        THEN writes “culturally speaking he’s all “white” since he was raised by an all “white” family. The left and the “news” media never wants to talk about that.”

        Do you see the irony of your comments? At the beginning of your statement you condemn “the left” for caring about “bi-racial relationships” THEN complain how the ” left and the “news” media never wants to talk about” his “whiteness”

        Do you see how nuts that is? Also, why are you just making up the whole “Arab blood” He’s not Arab – his father is African

        • SineWaveII

          No I do not because you are deliberately missing the point of my comment, and his father is Arab/African not just African.

          • US vs. Them

            Correct me if Im wrong here but the point of your comment is “The only people who seem to care about bi-racial relationships now are the leftists.” THEN you proceed to write an entire diatribe how the President is mixed blood and complain that “the media” doesn’t want to talk about his being “white”. Do you see the irony/hypocrisy in your statement?

            Also please show ANYTHING that his father is Arab. Do you understand the difference between Muslim and Arab?

          • SineWaveII

            I’m correcting you because you’re wrong.

          • Calcat36

            I have your six.

          • Calcat36

            Refrain from feeding the troll. It will go back to the moonbat cave.

          • US vs. Them

            Hey you’re back! Less than one day – can’t stay away huh?

  • Nonameworks

    Excuse my short memory but where was it ever documented that there was a right wing backlash to the commercial last year?

    IIRC there was some commentary about it making the dad look like a dummy — as per the usual media take on dads — not the *race* of the dad. And I didn’t think that that was an issue myself. (Never thought — “dumb dad!!”)

    We thought it was cute at our oh so biased conservative dwelling where the most racist thing in our immediate family we can remember was laughing about the wonders of the humane genome when our now adult East African /[American] Black granddaughter entered the world with gorgeous gray eyes.

    • SineWaveII

      There was no conservative backlash. That’s the point. MSNBC was lying.

      • keyboard jockey

        MSNBC was going by trolling on the you tube video of the commercial, because you know trolls on you tube are so uncommon/

        • SineWaveII

          Especially since those kind of trolls are usually leftists themselves who are always trying to convince everybody that the right is racist.

          • keyboard jockey

            MSNBC likes to leave everything ambiguous when it comes to supporting evidence.

            Remember when Breitbart offered a $100 thousand reward to prove the TEA party actually said something racist to the black caucus members at a protest at the capital? To this day no one has collected.


            I miss Breitbart there needs to be more people standing up and calling B.S.

    • Stephen K

      So MSNBC seizes on a few foul and ignorant comments posted to the ad’s YouTube thread a year ago (because we all know that no one had ever before posted foul and ignorant comments on YouTube, right?), declares them to be evidence of a “conservative backlash” against the ad, and then uses this “backlash” they created to take another swipe at conservatives.

      Sounds like the normal way they and much of the rest of the MSM practice “journalism” these days.

      • $31210912

        Yep. That’s pretty much it.

  • W J P

    MSNBC exists for one reason: to troll right wingers.

  • Teri Arrant Creamer

    We had not even heard anything about this until Fox news did a story on it this morning. But they were acting like there had been a back lash and a story. So disappointing their producers didn’t research better before airing.

    • SineWaveII

      That’s Fox just being “fair and balanced” they do that all of the time. That’s why I don’t watch them anymore.

    • QueenB

      Seems to me there is a bit of a backlash right here. I knew about it and didn’t hear about it on Fox. Oh well, I guess some people just aren’t strong enough to stand up to blatant racism and trolling. So sorry you’re one of those people, obviously. Racism is totes awesome when libbies do it, right?

      • SineWaveII

        The “backlash” going on here is against MSNBC not the commercial. Big difference.

      • Teri Arrant Creamer

        Sorry. I’m so completely baffled and confused by your comment to me. Are you saying that I’m a racist or not strong enough to stand up to something because I just heard about the story today? And because after reading the article here I was calling out fox news for reporting on something that apparently never really happened? I’m being completely serious here. I’m lost. :) Could you explain what you are trying to say to me? Thanks.

        • Calcat36

          Concern troll alert. What does FOX News have to do with MSDNC deleting a racist tweet and acknowledging that the tweet was racist?

          • QueenB

            Exactly. As best I can tell from the responses, what Teri meant to say was she didn’t know there was a backlash when the bi-racial family Cheerios ad was run last year and the first time she heard of a backlash, again from last year, was today. If that’s what she means, it does make sense, as I don’t recall a backlash on last year’s Cheerios cartoon.

          • Calcat36

            I knew nothing about this until today and having read the threads, my concern is with what MSDNC has done yesterda or today or whenever they tweeted racism- which caused a BACKLASH here.

  • St Reformed

    I recall no outrage or even smug indignity about the Cheerios ad.
    Another MSNBC manufactured crisis. Recall the phantom “racial epithets” shouted by Tea Party members?
    Liberal Fascism at work.

  • Taco Boutit

    So when my daughter was 8 or 9, she put a scrapbook together and called it “When I Grow Up” (she puts scrapbooks together for everything), and she had magazine pictures cut out and glued to the pages. On her “My Husband” page, she had a picture of a black guy, and the description she wrote under it said, and I am copying her words here, “My husband will be tall and skinny and love animals and wear glasses.”

    Color never came into play.

  • velenda760

    msnbc’s slogan is lean forward……… obama’s slogan…

    • William2010

      velenda760 said, “msnbc’s slogan is lean forward……… obama’s slogan..


      MSNBC’s real name is Ben Dover!

      Their theme is BEND OVER.

      They have daffy duck, who cannot stop to take a breath, spits and sprays everywhere, and whose mind is like a psych ward patient’s, full of mush, living in a make believe world in which he constantly spews venomous attacks against an imaginary boogie man, the WHITE MAN, THE CONSERVATIVE, who he paints as the most evil, vicious, demonic creature – monster to ever haunt one’s dreams.

      At the same time, this same person, Chris “Daffy Duck” Matthews, cannot take a breath as he has orgasmic fits over his beloved Barack Hussein Obama II – Barry Soetoro, and a few other malicious heroes of the Left.

      They have all those other bloviating, boisterous, hate spewing, bigotry raging hosts as well – Maddow, Scarborough, that shouting guy who makes up his “facts” by pulling them out of thing air, or out of his butt – what’s that guy’s name again? The one that his devotees think is the Left wing Rush Limbaugh?

      See, he’s not that important, save that he foments hatred and bigotry as well.

      The list goes on. No need to list them all. Their group, and their station – MSNBC, is offensive, cruel, mean spirited, full of hate, and spews puss and toxic waste, putting their targets, people who are considerate, kind, compassionate, bright, thoughtful, tolerant, merciful, and responsible, in grave danger as MSNBC works up the masses into a frenzie of hysterical, rabid, destructive, divisive action against the MSNBC created straw man, the good Conservatives.

      MSNBC reminds me of Mao’s youth movement mobs which would target merchants, professors, and so forth, and even Germany’s youth junta, or Brown Shirts, which would do the same against those who were not with the program, Jews, and others.

      Is MSNBC the station of choice for the KKK, Skinheads, White Supremacists, the Klan with the Tan, Jew haters, baby slaughter lovers, Christian haters, and the like?

      • neoface

        MSNBC always asks Obama, how far do you want us to bend over, is it good for you???? I can’t believe comcast owns the station and not doing anything about the mor0n anchors.

    • M C

      Not that i care, but MSNBC had the lean forward slogan well before Obama had even thought if running for prez. Just saying.

  • St Reformed

    This coming from the same (sometimes lisping) loons who ridiculed Mitt Romney’s African-American grandson and have hissy-fits over transracial adoptions.
    The repository of modern racism in America lies primarily within the Social Democratic Party. Pathetic.

  • William2010

    I am mutli-racial, My wife is of another race, a “Minority” race. Our children are our flesh – and – blood children, made the old fashioned, fun, natural, most common way, and are, therefore, multi-racial children.

    MSNBC has lied, distorted, and spewed hatred against good people as a normal, common theme of their programing. I’ve noticed this for a few years, in the least. It is a huge turn off, and quite offensive. Such behavior is dangerous, for it foments hatred, violence, harassment, and possible murder against the targeted Conservatives, Christians, Pro-Lifers, Tea Party, and a few others. The obvious lack of concern, the utter lack of caution on the part of MSNBC and its legion of hate, race, prejudice, stereo-type, straw man mongers is deeply troubling, to say the least.

  • JimDiddlyskwott

    Msbcn = trash

    • $31210912

      If we were on an Ivy campus, at least they’d look smart.

  • azdiamondbax

    Are there any adults in charge at MSNBC?

    • keyboard jockey

      No not one.

  • Lee

    The hateful comments about the Cheerios commercial, more than likely came from white nationalists who view interracial mixing as a method of “white genocide”. a means of genetically annihilating the white race. For some reason, they figure it is especially offensive if it’s a black man with a white woman, perhaps because white nationalism is really about sustaining what they view a white male privilege. In any case, it’s not conservatives that are behind this. Most white nationalists belittle Conservatives just as much as they do Liberals. Although, many of them have infiltrated Conservative and/or Republican affiliated circles (or are at least attempting to do so), in order to give white supremacism a mainstream political platform. There’s more to it than that, but again, the racism is not coming from Conservatives.

  • H50 ✓RAT

    Good job. This race bating must be called out and their noses rubbed in their asshattery every time. The only way to stop this nonsense is to expose them for the jerks that they are.

  • Steven Sweeney

    Race baiting liberals? Guess the sun came up today..

  • William2010

    If anyone would complain about a motion picture, television commercial, or actual marriage and family including White family with blacks, such as the combination of white husband, black wife, or black husband, white wife, and mixed race children, or white people adopting black children, or even black people adopting white children, criticism is more likely to come from blacks than whites, which shows MSNBC’s blatant ignorance, as well as their racism and bigotry.

    Larry Elder, Esquire, Author, Columnist, Talk Radio Host, and, oh, heaven forbid a Libertarian-Conservative registered Republican, and a “Black” man, wrote an excellent book, Ten Things You Can’t Say in America,” uncovering the ugly racism in the black community in the USA.

    An example of the blatant racism polluting the black community in the USA includes the opinion of the Black social workers in the USA whose organization stated that Whites should not be allowed to adopt black children, for only blacks should adopt black children, otherwise the black child will never identify with their black roots or understand what it is to be black.

    Also, in a survey or surveys in which blacks and whites were polled on the subject of black and white interracial dating and interracial marriage. Blacks had a lower rate of acceptance of interracial dating than whites by a significant percentage. Whites also had a much higher rate of acceptance of interracial marriage than blacks.

    There are many more examples of such racism and bigotry among blacks. I have seen extreme disrespect, envy, and hatred toward Asians – Orientals by blacks, whose comedians trash Asians-Orientals quite often, yet there is never any outrage at such bigotry, as if no one notices.

    This is not an indictment against all blacks, for it refers to the volume as a group, which is supported by evidence, while we all know that not all blacks have such bigotry.

    Conservative blacks are particularly hated, despised by the Left, white bigots, such as MSNBC and their lily white, obsessed with race panel of hosts, save their bigoted, racist faux “Reverent” Al “Shakedown” Sharpton, who also hates them, but it not lily white.

    Don’t you just love the way Asian-Oriental Conservatives, especially female Asian-Oriental Conservatives are treated by the rabid, hate filled, race obsessed Leftists? It is disgusting! There are numerous references to their race, their sex, their sexual lady-parts, and plays on stereotypical Asian women as hores themes. These people have the gall to put the words “War on Women” together in one phrase!!!!!

    These same hate filled leftists do the same to black conservatives, Hispanic conservatives, and Caucasian women, spewing disgusting screeds.

    In closing, it is evident that the Left is the refuge of the skin color, race, speech, and thought obsessed bigots, and that they project their hatred onto those who are innocent of said baloney.

  • John Castigo

    I can hear the phone call now–

    George Soros: But Barack….they are onto us, they now know we have been your State-Run media all this time! You must do something! You must protect us! We got you elected!

    Obama: George, George…just chill. I got this. (hangs up phone)

    Obama to Carney: Disavow everything about MSNBC. They served their purpose, but now they are a liability. And Jay, one more thing… (Yes sir?)… go fetch me some of that Colorado Gold. I’m feeling a bit stressed right now. And make sure Michelle stays away for a while. I needs me some Barack Time.

    • H50 ✓RAT

      LOL, funny but Im guessing that Soros learned enough tricks hanging out with the Nazis that hes not even slightly worried.

      • John Castigo

        Maybe if the rightwing was made up solely of Jews, that would help strengthen Soros’ resolve. He has experience in seeing Jews get killed, after all. #Nazif*cker

  • FlatFoot

    We’re not the place for news. We’re not the place for that. Our brand is not that.

    We’re the place for

    M oonbats
    S pewing
    N othing
    B ut
    C rap

    So c’mon, sheople! Tune in! Veg’ out! Right here on MSNnNnNBC!

    –MSNBC President Phil Griffin [June 02, 2013]

  • interestedobserver2

    MSNBC = MakesupS**tN’BroadcastsCommunism

  • Isahiah62

    DEAR MSNBC DRONES CRONES And racists- when you refer to ”

    backlash against biracial family” was that reference to the DISGUSTING SHAMEFUL WAY YOU treated the ROMNEY’s only about a week ago?

  • Mackie

    Once again, MSNBC is operating on irrational and rabid emotion with very little thought and commonsense. —-To PREJUDGE ONES THOUGHTS IS IN FACT TO JUDGE ONES OWN THOUGHTS!

  • Missy Lynn

    Is this not the same network who felt the need to call to attention Mitt Romney’s biracial grandchild?

    The only people bringing up race are libs/Dems

  • John Castigo

    Dear MSNBC:

    Na na na na, na na na naa, hey hey hey, goooood-bye!

    Buh-bye! Hugs and kisses!

  • $31210912

    Trying to figure out how they’ll twist the reaction to this as racist.

    I can envision the snarky Rachel Maddow saying, “Hmmm. Me thinks thou doth protest too much.” Or, “Awfully sensitive, aren’t we? And this coming from the same people that…..”

  • Bklynnygirl

    MSNBC racist Chris Matthews on Obama: “I Forgot He Was Black Tonight For an Hour” – 01/27/10.

  • Alan Mudge

    Was there any outcry from the right or conservatives, or is this MSNBCELIC projecting their own prejudices? I didn’t notice the biracial makeup of the actors until I read this post. I know a lot of conservatives, and a good number are in “biracial” relationships and marriages, including myself. Most libs I know of stick to their own race…isn’t it ironic?

    • William2010

      Alan Mudge said, “Was there any outcry from the right or conservatives, or is this MSNBCELIC projecting their own prejudices? I didn’t notice the biracial makeup of the actors until I read this post. I know a lot of conservatives, and a good number are in “biracial” relationships and
      marriages, including myself. Most libs I know of stick to their own race…isn’t it ironic?”

      Alan, we share the same situation. I am mutli racial, in an interracial marriage, for my wife is a a so-called “Minority” race. We have four interracial children, our own flesh and blood children.

      I have noticed that Leftists, many Blacks, the Leftist media, and quite a few Celebrities in the entertainment field are blatant, flaming bigots and racists, obsessed with skin color as well as obsessed with homosexuality and pushing both by words, on the rest of us.

      I find them dishonest and mentally and emotionally imbalanced in their racial, skin color obsession, and their irrational obsession which championing a sexually deviant disorder, while hating on those who are living their lives in a normal manner – male-female attraction and marriage, etc., and marrying a person of the opposite sex and parenting children with them, no matter that the person they marry have a different shade or pigmentation of skin, or an accent resulting from their ethnic background.

  • GaryUSMCvet.

    From MSNBC! Yeah okay, now who’s surprised they, or any of the many other liberal, moonbat, so-called news outlets would stoop so low? Straw man race-baiting is what they do best.

  • hurricanepaul

    There’s more bacon in a vegetarian restaurant than there are Conservative guests on MSNBC.

  • John Howard

    MSNBC needs to apologize for calling what they do ‘reporting the news’.

  • doriangrey11

    MSLSD need to be shut down, John Boenher, sent into retirement.


  • Donny Zunker

    I wonder what Will Rodgers would say about the state of the nation and the various clowns who are the darlings of the media…. and to be fair, BOTH parties!

  • jjcassidy

    It’s a pretty convincing case that this was just “a tweet”. Jonathan Haidt, call your office!

  • Eric Weaver

    do you really want the tampon earring lady network making fake apologies? Now if we could just stop watching them and boycott their whole network maybe we could shut their racist hate mongering butts down.


    I would think sponsors at MSNBC would FINALLY get a clue and get out.

  • Mark Stone

    Just curious… is msnbc saying that @msnbc does not represent msnbc’s position then? So is @msnbc the “not msnbc” account? But Ithought it was a verified account? I’m confused now.. where do we go then to get msnbc’s positions? This twitter thing must have MSNBC really confused!

  • Ms. Abigail van Beagle

    MSNBC: If you’re so sure there’s going to be a backlash from right wing/conservatives, why not throw the bait out there and wait for someone to TAKE IT, then show off what you caught? Then you could avoid all of this backtracking. Are you afraid that no one will be riled up by a normal family where Dad is black, Mom is white and the child is adorable? They look like lots of families I see every day and like a family I could have had if a certain relationship had worked out.

    If we really are the racists you claim we are, we should be jumping into your boat.

  • jetch

    where’s the left wing media’s demand for a new dialog on civility?

    • Obey_Gravity

      Diane Sawyer’s working on that as you speak…………..

      But, tonight on 20/20 — how secure are your guns?

  • HARP2

    Do employees of MSNBC have to prove their racism, BEFORE they are hired ?

  • HARP2

    Will Al Sharpton please pick up the red phone.

  • plaingolf

    So comments on YouTube were the basis for this supposed backlash? They should be forced to investigate every commenter to prove that they were all conservatives or right wingers.

  • On Guard! Mosin Nagant

    Since free markets spontaneously make us aware of where to apply our efforts, centralized planning and control are useless in free markets.