MSNBC’s resident conspiracy theorist Rachel Maddow burst into tears on-air upon hearing that Robert Mueller had vindicated President Trump.
On Friday, after it was revealed that Mueller was not going to indict President Trump, Maddow spent the entire opening segment on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
TheGatewayPundit.com reports: Barely holding it together, Maddow emotionally explained that she is on a fishing trip in Tennessee and came into a studio — despite having had the day off.
Clinging to absolutely anything to avoid apologizing for her bogus reporting, Maddow claimed that Mueller turning in his completed report is “the start of something, not the end of something.”
The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald has some advice for the mainstream media and pundit class, already in mourning — or perhaps in the initial “denial stage” of grief — on how to cope after it’s now glaringly evident that Mueller is to indict zero Americans for conspiring with Russia to influence the 2016 election.
“Special Counsel Mueller is not recommending ANY further indictments am told” — CNN’s Justice Department reporter Laura Jarrett tweeted upon the Friday conclusion of the two year long investigation.
Greenwald, himself no Trump supporter yet long smeared as a “Russian stooge” for daring to question the whole basis of two years of endless media ‘Russiagate’ hysteria, has some clear-eyed advice and coping strategies for a mainstream media sure to spend this weekend in shock and denial…
Very rough night at MSNBC. Rachel Maddow looks like she’s going to cry. Chris Hayes glasses are all fogged up.
— MARK SIMONE (@MarkSimoneNY) March 23, 2019
At least CNN and MSNBC had the decency last night to have a funereal tone. There were no admissions of wrongdoing, and it seemed more pained and coerced than voluntary, but at least it was the first step in the coping process. Down that path lies some salvation at least.
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) March 23, 2019