President Trump’s rally in Minneapolis Thursday night seems to have been a little too much for NBC News’ Chuck Todd, who had this to say about Trump’s comments involving Joe Biden’s son and his Ukraine business dealings:
WATCH: The president held a campaign rally last night and attacked Hunter Biden. We cannot in good conscience show it to you @chucktodd: "Politics ain’t beanbag, but it isn’t supposed to be this either. We all need to play a role in not rewarding this kind of politics" pic.twitter.com/ERPk4SJ0Yf
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) October 11, 2019
There was a little more to what Trump said as well that might have something to do with it:
Coincidentally Trump also attacked NBC and Chuck Todd during the Hunter Biden rant that NBC and Chuck Todd cannot in good conscience show us https://t.co/aVfcH1sfB6
— Jerry Dunleavy (@JerryDunleavy) October 12, 2019
So nice of Todd and NBC to have such a “conscience”:
It’s cute when the left-wing network that protected and ran interference for Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer pretends to have a moral conscience. https://t.co/V1gCte0Dcp
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) October 12, 2019
Isn’t it ironic?
What a co-inki-dink…
— bhwms (@bhwms) October 12, 2019
Sounds like Chuck needs a support pony. #NotAJournalist
— PM Rushmore (@PmRushmore) October 12, 2019
Censoring the President of the United States to protect the Bidens.
This is a new low.
— While Supplies Last (@corrcomm) October 12, 2019
So @brianstelter liked this. Chuck Todd insisting he would refuse to air the president's attacks on Hunter Biden because he's somehow not a public figure.
The company that signs Chuck's paychecks ROUTINELY mocks the president's progeny as childish morons on "SNL." https://t.co/YOkLkoi31m
— Tim Graham (@TimJGraham) October 12, 2019
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) October 12, 2019
Censorship in service of The Democrat Party.
— Doug Ross ? (@directorblue) October 12, 2019
The purpose of a news organization is to inform, good, bad, and otherwise. It's too much for @NBCNews to stomach, eh?
Whether you like what a candidate has to say, perhaps even more so if you don't, it's your obligation to provide the news and let others decide for themselves.
— Nieds Dead Horse (@NDH_j_m_f) October 12, 2019
Much of the mainstream media consider their job to be to filter to what people see and hear instead of just reporting what’s going on.