MSNBC’s Sgt. Schultz: “I know nothing about journalistic integrity”

by editor on November 8, 2010

The midterm election results prove Sarah Palin continues to be a formidable force in US politics. Since facts bear this out as most of her candidates won, MSNBC was left with no choice but to make stuff up about her. In other words, it was business as usual at the leftist network.

In between their usual sniping snippets of FOX envy, and snark-snogged attacks on all things conservative, the President’s propaganda channel dedicated delusional Eddie Schultz’s closing segment to an ad hominem Palin attack, along with the obligatory bobble-head guest bought on to parrot his points, this time in the form of HuffPo’s Roy Sekoff, who mimicked the host with his “The Palin factor is really no factor at all.”

Really, gentlemen?

From CBS:

CBS News Correspondent Jeff Glor reports, the former GOP vice presidential nominee backed forty-three candidates for the House. Thirty of them won, with races involving nine others still undecided.

Her record in Senate races was closer: She endorsed twelve candidates. Seven won.

Though it’s been fifteen months since Palin stepped down as Alaska governor, she was very much in this election, stumping for candidates across the country, skewering President Obama at every turn.

“My observation of Sarah Palin,” says CBS News political analyst Nicolle Wallace, “is that she is one of the shrewdest political figures in our country at this moment. She’s also one of the most electric.”

Rather than “Lean Forward’ perhaps the network could have went with a motto more literal to their agenda:

“MSNBC – Never let the facts get in the way of a good story.”

– Written by Sonny Palermo

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American voter: We don’t like Obama’s agenda or radical liberal policies.

Sgt. Schultz: I see nothing. I was not here. I did not even get up this morning!


I like the acknowledgement from the left that Sarah Palin is a great leader.


stop yelling ed your mircophone is working just fine


I have listened to him a bit this week since the asskicking his side got on election day, & I will say this…He sounds much more scary when he is pissed off & not yelling, really. It is dawning on him that the voters just told him & his progressive thug buddies to “eff off”. He gets it, & he does’nt like it. He also seems like he’s planning on how to stick it to those who just did this to them, sounded very vengeful & angry.


Neither of these males are men so that explains their Palin envy.


Perhaps they know that such a LADY who is so beautiful and sexy WOULD never turn to look at them if she did it would be to say “ewwwww”.