Last week, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” hosts went on a bizarre rant, accusing President Trump of accepting North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s invitation for a meeting as a way to “distract” everyone from focusing on the more “major” news about adult film star Stormy Daniels.
In addition, they claimed that President Trump’s decision to implement tariffs on steel and aluminum imports was just because he was upset about longtime aid Hope Hicks leaving the White House.
Now, after Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired former FBI deputy Andrew McCabe, another MSNBC host went on television Friday night and implied that the “timing” of McCabe’s firing was a cover-up for more news about Stormy Daniels.
The breaking news about McCabe’s firing was being discussed, when the MSNBC host stated, “I have already brought up the timing coincidence… that as we went into this hour of television, I believed that our hotter, breaking news tonight was going to be about the president’s attempt to move Stormy Daniels lawsuit into federal court.”
“I want to switch focus to that,” he said, “because it’s hard to believe the timing is coincidental tonight, that the president was not paying attention to what was happening in this news cycle, and how this announcement could change that.”
Then he proceeded to return his viewers to the “hotter” news of the night about Stormy Daniels.
BREAKING: President Trump tries to move Stormy Daniels lawsuit to federal court, claims she owes him $20 million.
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 17, 2018