Remember this story we told you about in October where MSNBC‚Äôs Jacob Soboroff conducted man-on-the-street interviews with UC Irvine students only to find that none of them were interested in voting? ICYMI, here‚Äôs that report again:
Watch what happened when I asked a bus stop full of CA students if they'd vote in their *key* midterm district.
While Trump's latest fire drill is underway, here's something else to think about: why young Americans don't vote.
‚ÄĒ Jacob Soboroff (@jacobsoboroff) October 9, 2018
Well, it seems that Jacob‚Äôs earlier report was total BS, and that‚Äôs according to his own reporting today:
‚ÄĒ Jacob Soboroff (@jacobsoboroff) November 6, 2018
Jacob should have listened to his critics back in October:
Exactly! I'm the same age as these people and I would have just ignored the guy with the camera yelling. It's weird, and I just want to live my life! And I AM voting!
‚ÄĒ sarah (VOTE TODAY) hass (@seh221) October 9, 2018
as a current student at UC Irvine, I‚Äôd like to say that this ONE bus stop isn‚Äôt an accurate representation of this campus at all; plenty kids here are woke & do know the importance of voting‚ÄĒthere are also people everywhere on campus ready to help you register & inform you pic.twitter.com/a1kXm096od
‚ÄĒ ňóňŹňčhannah ňéňäňó (@HannahDayrit) October 9, 2018
Now, we get that MSNBC does these interviews because it fills time, but it‚Äôs not a good look for them when they accidentally prove that they‚Äôre totally worthless:
Remember when @jacobsoboroff
asked UC Irvine students if they were voting, only to receive blank stares?
‚ÄĒ MSNBC (@MSNBC) November 6, 2018
MSNBC reporter has a BRUTAL reality check for Dems counting on young voters in November https://t.co/jtHDjBK5E4
‚ÄĒ Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 10, 2018
‚ÄĒ Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 6, 2018
AWFUL: MSNBC reporter apologizes after getting caught blocking handicapped parking space for her live shot https://t.co/IjA9vhaTaA
‚ÄĒ Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 5, 2018
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