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Editor’s Pick: Erick Erickson Wonders If Comcast Is Thirsting for ‘A Race War’


November 22nd, 2021 11:34 AM

In a Monday morning post on his Substack, longtime conservative writer and talk radio host Erick Erickson pointed to a sad and troubling reality that’s been unfolding before our very eyes (and can be backed up by countless examples we’ve highlighted at NewsBusters), which is that at least some in the liberal media seem hellbent on wanting a race war.

After summarizing the facts of the Kyle Rittenhouse case and the liberal media’s disinformation campaign surrounding it (and tying in the 2015 South Carolina church shooting by avowed white supremacist Dylan Roof, Erickson asked the key question about MSNBC’s rhetoric post-verdict and whether parent company Comcast supports their race-baiting:

MSNBC has been one of the most irresponsible news outlets in America on this front. The rhetoric of both hosts and guests has been incendiary, premised in a lot of misinformation, and designed to outrage. MSNBC is owned by Comcast and it is past time to wonder if Comcast is okay with its employees fanning the flames of hate in America, sowing lies, spreading misinformation, and provoking others to violence.

Red the full article over at Erickson’s Substack, Confessions of a Political Junkie.

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