MSNBC is known for exaggerating a story on day one and then apologizing on day 2, later in the evening.
Their news model is to be as fake as possible to get viewers and then clean up the mess they made later on or that’s my take and I am sticking to it.
On Tuesday, MSNBC retracted a Twitter post by one of their hosts, Chris Hayes who claimed the coronavirus could kill 50 percent of the population. He posted that on Monday.
They responded to his tweet with this, “There is no option to just let everyone go back out and go back to normal if a pandemic rages across the country and kills 50% of the population.”
Correction: The quote tweeted is incorrect due to an editing error.
It should read: "if a pandemic rages across the country and infects 50% of the population, and kills a percentage point, at the low end"
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 24, 2020
That’s like a parent apologizing for the kid who caused the problem, eh?
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