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Claire McCaskill Pushes MSNBC to Open Its Eyes to the Border Crisis
 
By Jerry Kammer on May 13, 2019

Claire McCaskill, the former Democratic senator from Missouri, was too liberal to survive last year's election challenge from Trump loyalist Josh Hawley, who is now representing the Show Me State. But McCaskill, whose resume includes work as a county prosecutor, state representative, and state auditor, was known in the Senate as a moderate with her finger on the public pulse and a willingness to compromise. She has said she believes that the center is where the most valuable legislative work gets done.

A Bloomberg column after the election reported on McCaskill's assessment of politics in Washington. She said the news media had become part of the problem. She pointed particularly at MSNBC and Fox, which she said were aiming at "the people making the noise".

That's why it was a surprise to learn in January that MSNBC had hired her as a political analyst and commentator.

https://cis.org/Kammer/Claire-McCaskill-Pushes-MSNBC-Open-Its-Eyes-Border-Crisis
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MSNBC won't see a crises at the border until either Harry Schumer or Nazi Pelosi say its okay to see it. :tongue2:
“A society does not ever die ‘from natural causes’, but always dies from suicide or murder – and nearly always from the former….”
    ― Arnold Joseph Toynbee’s A Study of History.


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