People pounce after MSNBC-linked Mehdi Hasan suggests imagining ‘if liberals or the Dems had … an actual propaganda arm’

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Leftist media figure Mehdi Hasan suggested imagining a situation in which the left had “an actual propaganda arm” that frequently targeted former President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner.

“Imagine if liberals or the Dems had a nationwide messaging apparatus, an actual propaganda arm, which pumped out Jared Kushner’s name and alleged misdeeds daily, 100s of times,” he wrote. “Then you start to understand the messaging imbalance in this country & how GOP gets away with so much.”

Hasan, who hosts a show that appears on the notoriously left-leaning cable channel MSNBC and streams on Peacock, made the comments in response to a tweet in which Aaron Rupar had said that “Hunter Biden has already been mentioned at least 104 times *this morning* on Fox News and Fox Business, according to a transcript search. It’s not 10am eastern yet.”

People pounced on Hasan’s comment.

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“That’s literally what your network is,” Brad Polumbo responded.

“You work for MSNBC,” Nicholas Fondacaro tweeted.

“Lol, you’re joking right? Msnbc and cnn are the dnc propaganda arm,” someone else wrote.

“Most of us call that the mainstream media,” another person tweeted.

“They do. It’s called the media (Even though it should branded satire). You are a part of that messaging apparatus,” someone else commented.

“The absolute most hypocritical and mindless tweet for the day,” another commenter declared.

“I don’t have to imagine it. You’re it,” another person wrote.

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