MSNBC_NJ_HQ_SetRachel Racusen was just hired as the new vice president of communications at MSNBC.  This will not lead to any changes at the station which is going down for the third time.  Guess what job she left to take over at MSNBC, starting Dec. 8th? She was an associate communications director for the White House.  MSNBC is thrilled to have her because she already has most of the propagandists at the White House on her speed dial.  Also it won’t be necessary for her to take the usual two week course in lies and presidential [email protected]@ kissing.  The bosses at MSNBC have given her credit for life experiences like some colleges and universities do.

Racusen worked on communications for the 2012 Obama reelection campaign.  (Which is the same thing she would have been doing if she had been at MSNBC))  She also worked for FEMA before becoming an associate in the White House communications office.  MSNBC welcomed her to the failing station:

“I’m thrilled to add Rachel to our senior team. She has great experience, she’s creative, strategic and passionate about our brand.”  (You have to be creative at MSNBC since part of your job is to ignore the facts, forcing you to make up your own.) 

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MSNBC isn’t the only news station that has close ties to the Obama White House.  CBS News President David Rhodes is the brother of Ben Rhodes, the Obama aide that rewrote the Benghazi talking points to avert blame from terrorism to an internet movieThe president of ABC News is Ben Sherwood, the brother of Special Assistant to Barack Obama.  (Emperors and tyrants always take over the news)

The biggest loser in this trio of Obama cronies is Hillary Clinton.  Obama’s sycophants do not like the fact that Hillary has dissed the Messiah.  Should Elizabeth Warren run for president, they will try to bury Hillary.

This is just one more brick in the wall.

Courtesy of Steven Ahle at Red Statements.