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Thursday, December 2, 2021

MSNBC offered left wing, biased coverage during Rittenhouse trial

To the Editor:

MSNBC covered the Rittenhouse case, but their views were mostly left wing and biased. Most serious, informed people do not watch them and their viewership has tanked along with CNN.
Their commentary is filled with anti-Second Amendment rhetoric. They preach to an audience of hate America acolytes.
One of their photographers, James Morrison, was caught following the jury being transported to the site used for deliberations, trying to photograph them. He admitted to the police he was acting on orders from his editor in NYC. This type of activity is against the law because it’s an attempt to intimidate the and tamper with a jury. The judge prohibited MSNBC from entry to the court Proceedings for the rest of the trial.
It was another attempt by a left wing so-called news outlet to spread lies about Mr. Rittenhouse and they should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

Larry Moran
Village of Mallory Square


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