Ali Velshi is beside himself over something he witnessed today:
Aaaand the President’s final question…from the conservative Washington Examiner. Wow. Even the most basic elements of accountability are shed by this administration.
— Ali Velshi (@AliVelshi) February 23, 2018
Yeah. Just appalling.
good question though
— Lawrence Connolly (@LawrenceConnol2) February 23, 2018
She's asking some good questions though.
— Amber Watson Tardiff (@jerseymomma) February 23, 2018
Did you even listen to their questions? They were solid.
— Katie Watson (@kathrynw5) February 23, 2018
Listen? And admit that he’s more interested in advancing a narrative than advancing the cause of journalism?
Wtf is this nonsense https://t.co/tjqOAkY3FG
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) February 23, 2018
It’s hackery, of course. Pure, unadulterated — and self-unaware — hackery.
YOU still have a tweet up that is an absolute falsehood to push an agenda against @FLGovScott. Now go pound sand.
— JenniferW (@JenWoodruff79) February 23, 2018
This coming from the same guy who failed to mention in his tweet that Gov. Scott was at a funeral.
Yeah, I'm dude. Tell me more about accountability. pic.twitter.com/WlEP4uWL6s
— I Tweet, Therefore I must be a Russian Bot (@LatinaLiberty) February 23, 2018
Yes, Ali. Please tell us.
This is the guy who said Rick Scott was in his office not meeting with protesters and refused to delete his Tweet when given 100% verified contrary information.
MSM, you have to do something about this if you want respect. https://t.co/1N1Us63nfC
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) February 23, 2018
Ali Velshi may want respect — but he sure as hell doesn’t deserve it.
Not noted: Our talented reporter @gabriellahope_ asked two very relevant & pointed questions on guns & Kushner's security clearance. But I guess omitting relevant facts to push your agenda is good enough to cut it as a journalist at MSNBC. https://t.co/c9SlDckz6P
— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) February 23, 2018
pretty sure if you have msnbc in your bio you probably shouldn't go down this road
— CORDENTHUSIAST (@cordenthusiast) February 23, 2018