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MSNBC Mocks Chuck And Nancy To Thеir Corеs In Savage Takedown On Live TV (Video)

Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi just did the impossible – they lost MSNBC and got mocked live on the air in a first for the liberal network after their disgraceful performance last night.

The dynamic duo showed again why the Democrats keep losing the big elections – they are insipid and boring and can’t inspire which makes leading impossible.

Politics is the art of persuasion and those two fell flat in their childish rebuttal to Trump’s very presidential address.

The optics of the two stooges glowering and demanding Trump cave to their wishes contrasted with Trump sitting calmly describing the horrors these two allow to continue with their obstruction couldn’t have been worse for the Democrats.

From The Daily Wire: The awkward, bizarre visual of low-energy House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) sharing one podium to deliver a response to President Donald Trump on Tuesday night was even too much for MSNBC host Brian Williams and Democrat operative James Carville to spin.

Both Williams and Carville openly mocked the Democrats during a late-night segment Tuesday. Williams flat out called the response “so bad” and Carville noted that he’s looked more enthused to get “colonoscopies” than Schumer looked at that podium.


“Tell me why responses are so bad,” Williams said to Carville. “Tonight, this Chuck and Nancy visual tonight launched 1,000 memes while they were still talking. There was an American gothic meme. There was ‘your mother and I are very upset you stayed out so late’ meme.”

Carville said it was clear Schumer and Pelosi didn’t want to be there, though he noted that response videos like this “seldom, if ever, work.”

“He didn’t want to be there,” Carville said of Schumer specifically. “I’ve been more excited about colonoscopies than he was giving the speech tonight. He didn’t want to be there.”

Tossing back to Williams, the host further poked fun at the one-podium presentation.

“Hey, Michael,” Williams said to MSNBC analyst Michael Steele, a former RNC chairman, “the first thing people said on social media tonight was, it looked like the Democrats only had the one podium. These two people, both of great station and accomplishment, are sharing this little tiny, modest, wooden podium.”

“Dems, don’t do that again,” answered Steele. “You know, you don’t — I don’t know what they were trying to accomplish here. Certainly, the message was lost in the visual.”

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