MSNBC racking up the lies!

Reid stepped in legal doo-doo for slandering a woman debating California’s sanctuary state status.

Reid falsely tweeted the Roslyn La Liberte called 14-year-old Jose Luevanos a “dirty Mexican” at a Simi Valley, California City Council meeting. Reid’s followers inundated La Liberte with hateful messages and death threats. There was also a boycott campaign against her business.   

Luevanos spoke out in defense of La Liberte, saying their conversation was civil. The two even embraced afterward.

“Trump Hired Black Actors!”
In August 2017, Reid claimed Trump’s campaign hired black actors to appear at his rallies. Her evidence was a shady Craiglist post. Perhaps she should look at recent polls showing that Trump’s support in the black community is increasing, despite the left’s best efforts.

“Teenagers Harassed Native American Elder”
Reid accused Catholic high schoolers of harassing sixties-something Native American elder/activist, Nathan Phillips. She even interviewed Phillips, where he promoted his lies without fear of repercussions.

What led Reid to concluded 17-year-old Nick Sandmann and his classmates were bigots? Sandmann dared to smile after Phillips invaded his personal space while pounding a drum next to the teenager’s face.

“Mueller Colluded With Trump”
Reid chalked up her disappointment with the Mueller Report to the special counsel of the investigation into allegations of Russian collusion with Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign of colluding with Trump. 

The conspiracy-driven host somehow rationalized that Mueller may have felt loyalty to Trump as a Justice Department official, which ostensibly is under the administration’s control. 

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