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Republican voters in Iowa selected their preferred presidential nominee, and the media aren’t happy about it. Former President Donald Trump cruised through the Iowa caucuses Monday night, decisively beating his leading opponents, former U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. 

Considering Trump is the Republican pick not only in Iowa but, as polling suggests, the rest of the country by roughly 50 points overall, you’d think corporate media outlets would be interested in what he had to say after polls closed. They weren’t.

MSNBC refused to air Trump’s victory speech, and CNN cut away after showing him briefly, but both networks reportedly televised the entirety of the speeches delivered by Iowa losers DeSantis and Haley. 

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow admitted that her network refused to transmit Trump’s remarks because the MSNBC arbiters of truth decided the former president is guilty of wrongthink. 

“Of course, there is a reason that we and other news organizations have generally stopped giving an unfiltered, live platform to remarks by former President Trump,” said Maddow. “There is a cost to us as a news organization of knowingly broadcasting untrue things. That is a fundamental truth of our business and who we are. And so his remarks tonight will not air here live. We will monitor them and let you know about any news that he makes.”

Meanwhile, CNN’s Jake Tapper cut off Trump’s speech when Trump began discussing President Joe Biden’s border crisis. “Under my voice, you hear him repeating his anti-immigrant rhetoric,” said Tapper, who apparently silenced the former president because he didn’t want people to hear criticisms of Biden’s human-rights and illegal-invasion disaster at the southern border.

“So shameful how CNN and its enablers embrace censorship of views it disagrees with,” Federalist Editor-in-Chief Mollie Hemingway wrote on X. “Not even pretending to be a news network. If you disagree with Biden’s open border policy that harms the country, they’ll cut you off immediately. @JakeTapper will tell you what to think.”

In another astounding moment, MSNBC pundits went on a tirade claiming the Republican electorate is racist. According to “The Last Word” host Lawrence O’Donnell, the reason Haley didn’t have support among Republicans isn’t that she’s a warmonger or establishment stooge, as Republican voters say. It’s really because bigoted Republicans don’t like Indians. “81% of the Republican primary electorate believe that Nikki Haley has poisoned blood, and is poisoning the blood of the United States,” O’Donnell claimed.

Joy Reid was quick to chime in, agreeing that Republican voters are racist and suggesting it’s probably because many of them are “white evangelicals.” 

“It’s white evangelicals for whom supporting Trump is a matter of faith,” she said. “It is a matter of their religion. It is a religion. And therefore Nikki Haley is unacceptable for the reasons Lawrence has just said. She is one of the people poisoning the blood of the country.”

It’s unclear whether Reid knows Haley is Methodist

What is clear is that none of these corporate media analysts understand why Trump has gained such widespread support among the Republican electorate. The deep state, in collusion with Big Tech and the propaganda press, rigged the last two presidential elections against Trump and now, with the help of the Biden administration and rogue prosecutors, they’re interfering in the upcoming election too.

Trump is winning in part because of the embarrassing displays on MSNBC and CNN Monday night. Instead of upholding journalistic ethics, these “news” organizations declared war on Trump and his supporters long ago. The media refuse to air his speeches, peddle lies like the Russia-collusion hoax, and suppress true stories that hurt Democrats, such as the Hunter Biden laptop bombshell.   

The corruption, lawfare, and arrogance displayed by our Democrat-dominated intelligence agencies and media outlets are fueling Trump’s campaign. His voters are sick of banana republic interference and constant demonization from American elites, who claim Republicans’ opposition to things like mass illegal immigration, the sexualization of children, and forever wars makes them anti-democracy bigots.

As Iowa showed, many Republicans rightfully want to send a message to the ruling class by freely casting ballots, irrespective of whether Rachel Maddow approves or Joy Reid calls them racist.


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