MSNBC’s Al Velshi recently claimed his audience is free from conspiracy theorists. This statement has raised eyebrows, considering MSNBC’s history of promoting the controversial ‘Russia collusion’ narrative for years. Velshi’s assertion of a conspiracy-free audience seems contradictory, given the network’s past sensationalism. His conversation with Nika Jankowicz, centered around Ray Epps and Capitol riots, further questions his claim. It’s important for television hosts to acknowledge the potential for conspiracy theories among their viewers and themselves. Categorically claiming an absence of conspiracy theorists in the audience disregards the complexities of political ideologies and the role of narratives. Let’s remember the duty of responsible journalism is to portray the world objectively.
Examining the Narrative: MSNBC Host’s Claims of Conspiracy-Free Audience
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