I see her as the breakout star for this election season.She doesn't take crap when her guests out and out lie and she doesn't let them get away with it. You really get an idea of her intelligence yet an ability to be "light." Now, no one is perfect, and I will say at times she has.I try to like Rachel Maddow since I agree with her politics but I agree with the poster that says she takes 20 minutes to make a 1 minute point. Habit of beating a dead horse on a particular point, as if she thinks the viewer didn't get what she was saying the first or second time.And she can be a bit on the defensive when it comes to Feminism/SJWisms, but overall love her and never miss the show.
For example, take his recent interview with Giuliani in which Giuliani said Trump stopped questioning Obama's citizenship two years ago.his Mexico appearance) and, if she's there, she reports from Trump Tower. She's one of my favorite "Road Warriors" next to Jacob Soboroff. I agree she is a little "biased" and loud, but she is proving you have to be with all the trump people, who pivot and pivot and never give actual answers. I barely watch MSNBC but the few times I've seen Steve Kornacki he has definitely come across as a Republican shill.Kornacki is hot to me and even if he is republican-ish, I HIGHLY doubt he is a Trump supporter. He certainly seemed to be a big cheerleader on Hillary conspiracy theories and always seems to suggest some dark, sinister motive for whatever Clinton isn't saying. The few times I've seen Joy Reid, she's been great.My favorites remain Lawrence O'Donnell, Rachel Maddow and Chris Matthews, in that order. The NBC/MSNBC "Road Warriors" are all good in their own right, but don't deserve a show. Rachel Maddow, Joy Reid, and Chris Hayes are the hosts that keep me tuned into msnbc. I do love the "road warriors" though, especially Katy Tur, Hallie Jackson and Kristen Welker.
The most crush worthy is Ari Melber.[quote]Only complaint, he can really interrupt people at times without letting them finish the answer to the very question he just asked.
She's the only one who won't allow shills to sit there and lie and distort. I also thought that Kasie Hunt was a lesbian, and I was totally shocked that she is engaged. As for Kornacki, I gave him the benefit of the doubt, in wanting to support a fellow gay. And no, he's not "right down the middle." His political leanings come through loud and clear in the way that he interviews his guests, and he's a gay Republican - no doubt about it. Rachel Maddow is still the best thing ever to hit MSNBC.