The mainstream media have always had their obvious biases.
The thing is, they used to put in at least a tiny bit of effort into covering them up.
Sure, we always saw through it, but at least they tried to pretend to be objective.
Not anymore though.
MSNBC is the worst offender and Nicole Wallace proved as much just a few days ago when she openly referred to herself as a “Fauci groupie.”
Now the host is being mocked online for being “shamelessly neurotic” and displaying “cult-like” behavior.
Fox News has more on the mockery that Wallace made of herself:
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace was roasted this week after referring to herself as a "Fauci groupie," in reference to her adoration of White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci.
In a discussion over a surge in COVID-19-related hospitalizations on Monday, Wallace declared herself to be a "Fauci groupie" and enthusiastically listed off her commitment to public health measures, boasting she wears a mask "everywhere."
"I'm a Fauci groupie," Wallace said. "I'm thrice-vaccinated, mask adherent. I buy KN95 masks by the, you know, caseload. They're in every pocket. I wear them everywhere except when I sit down."
Viewers mocked her as "neurotic," while others suggested she belongs to a "cult."
Wallace Calls Herself a "Thrice Vaccinated Fauci Groupie"
Here's more on Wallace's original comments from the Daily Caller:
MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace gushed Monday during a panel about how she is a “groupie” for White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci.
“I’m a Fauci groupie, I’m a thrice-vaccinated, mask adherent, I buy N-95 masks by the caseload, they’re in every pocket, I wear them everywhere except when I sit down,” Wallace said as three other panelists smiled and nodded. “And I am certain that this is not a variant I can outrun and I wonder where you think this sort of conversation is heading at this moment?”
MSNBC is probably the most laughable mainstream media outlet at this juncture.
Wallace is a big reason why:
Many pointed out how 'cult-like' Wallace's comments were: