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Maddow Criticized For Refusing To Air Trump’s ‘Untruths’ After Video of Her Debunked Claims Goes Viral

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MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s decision to cut away from former President Trump’s speech due to “untruths” was met with criticism after a video compilation of her debunked on-air narratives went viral.

The clips contradicted her claim about the network not airing “untrue things,” including assertions about Trump’s collusion with Russia and the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines.

Critics highlighted the inconsistency, with some labeling her as a “professional serial liar” and criticizing corporate media for similar behavior.

“There is a cost to us, as a news organization, of knowingly broadcasting untrue things,” Maddow said.

“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,” she added.

“Devastating series of videos detail Left activist @maddow fails…” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton wrote.

“All corporate media is like this too,” posted “The Hodge Twins.”

“It amazes me that people still watch this propaganda,” YouTuber James Klüg wrote.

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