MSNBC Chris Hayes: "Sam Bankman-Fried, it turns out, wasn't a partisan donor. By his own admission last month, he gave just as much to Republicans as he did to Democrats.”


Chris Hayes got proved wrong and dumb so fast this time you have to marvel at the speed of the modern era. No more horse and buggy proving him wrong after a couple of days because nobody was watching his show or reading what he writes! In these modern times we have apps that can survive paying attention to him and his wrongness becomes apparent in hours or even minutes.

For example, Hissy Chrissy has been really super feelings-hurt about the fact that scam artist and fraud Sam Bankman-Fried was so deeply in bed with Democrats they were sharing a pillow and a toothbrush. So when SBF was trying to get the media to cut him slack he threw them a chew toy by claiming he was giving dark money to Republicans, which the press jumped on like a rabid dog finding Donna and Tad in a Pinto.

Chris Hayes was raining fire on Fox for pushing right-wing conspiracy theories. "Now, there's two major problems with the story they've been telling. The first major problem is that Sam Bankman-Fried, it turns out, wasn't a partisan donor. By his own admission last month, he gave just as much to Republicans as he did to Democrats."

So wait a minute. Bankman-Fried is on record for humongous Democrat donations, but the fraudster should be automatically believed when he claims he made massive but untraceable donations to the GOP?!

Hayes was putting all of his crypto-punditry on the empty words of SBF: "All his Republican donations were dark, the dark money the Republican Supreme Court enabled, that he was able to funnel without anyone noticing to Republican donors, too. Somebody please tell Tucker."

Hayes didn't mention that Bankman-Fried claimed he gave "dark money" to Republicans because "reporters freak the f--- out if you donate to Republicans. They're all super liberal, and I didn't want to have that fight."

There were Republican politicians on the SBF list. Nik Popli at Time magazine reported Sen. John Boozman of Arkansas, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, and Susan Collins of Maine received the maximum individual contribution of $5,800. But that doesn't balance out being the No. 2 Democrat sugar daddy of 2022.

Bankman-Fried conned a large number of leftist journalists with his talk of "effective altruism," growing mega-rich only to give it all away. Even now, they can't admit how easily conned they were.

The most obvious evidence of journalistic skulduggery perpetually emerges in coverage of scandals. Republican scandals are hyped to the skies, and Democrat scandals are buried or carefully elided. 

The media elite's transparent partisanship is at the center of why they're not trusted by most Americans.

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