Nope, there isn’t any leftward tilt at MSNBC, is there? How could there be when MSNBC was introducing a John McCain clip during a “news” story and instead of the video of John McCain, up popped Heath Ledger as “The Joker.”
Our old pal Johnnydollar captured the video.
Of course, it is equally as possible that it was just plain incompetence in the control room, but anyone would be excused for thinking it is an Obamaidiot in the control room instead of just an average, everyday idiot!
And with the Obama clan’s famously thin skin, who doesn’t think he’d be “outraged” over this were it an Obama intoduction followed by a Joker video clip?
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