MSNBC Is Not Taking The Mueller News Very Well!

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The Mueller Investigation concluded last night at about 5pm, with the news dumped on a Friday afternoon during March Madness.

Can you say “anticlimactic”?  

Let me put it into context for you:  if there had been ANY connection to Trump or charges about Trump, they would have rolled this out on the morning, noon and night news, and had it blaring 24/7!

But with no further indictments expected and absolutely NO connection found between Trump and Russia, they had to bury the story — and the disappointment for the left — at 5pm on a Friday during March Madness.

But still, the lefties over at MSNBC did not take the news very well.

Why Do So Many Politicians Have Bruises Near Their Eyes Recently?

Which is understandable when you’ve pinned your hopes and dreams on the very-fake “Russia Collusion” for over two years and then it dissolves like a fart in the wind.

POOF.

Gone.

We’ve got a bunch of clips and reaction for you below, enjoy.

Watch it all here:

Here's what RT had to say:

The unremarkable conclusion of the Mueller probe has been a heavy blow for MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, who by some accounts shed tears live on television as she came to terms with her indictment-deficient reality.

The MSNBC host, who has devoted countless hours of airtime to gossiping about the alleged ties between President Donald Trump and the Kremlin, struggled to keep her composure while discussing the end of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, which wrapped up on Friday without issuing any further indictments.

According to the Daily Caller, Maddow came close to crying as she commented on the Russiagate-deflating development. Many on Twitter insisted that she actually shed tears. A clip of the broadcast shows a watery-eyed Maddow seemingly grappling with the reality that Donald Trump and his family will not be frog-marched out of the White House.

Maddow didn’t succumb to this unexpected and shocking injustice, however, and reassured her viewers that Mueller’s decision not to issue a single collusion-related indictment is the “start of something apparently, not the end of something.”

The internet laughed and laughed.

“Very rough night at MSNBC. Rachel Maddow looks like she’s going to cry. Chris Hayes glasses are all fogged up,” noted radio host Mark Simone.

“This is what it looks like when you’ve deliberately misled your audience for two years, and then the music stops, and the bill comes due. @maddow,” tweeted OANN White House Correspondent Emerald Robinson.

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