December 2, 2023

Mehdi Hasan's Show On MSNBC Cancelled

Outspoken host on MSNBC Mehdi Hasan just got the most horrendous news that any entertainment professional could ever hear.

His shows are being cancelled.

Both of them.

Hasan, who is a close ally of the radical far-left "Squad" in America's Congress, never deserved this platform in the first place.

He is losing both his weekend program show on MSNBC and his show on the streaming service Peacock.

This isn't an unconfirmed report either, multiple sources have confirmed to that this move is part of a larger network shakeup.

Apparently, Hasan will become an on-air analyst and fill-in host.

That is quite the demotion for somebody with such a high opinion of himself.

Variety is reporting that the move may be part of a larger set of changes at MSNBC.

It's no secret that most liberal news outlets are struggling recently, as more and more Americans begin to realize that they simply cannot be trusted.

MSNBC in particular is in very rough shape though, trailing not only Fox News but fellow liberal lapdog CNN.

MSNBC was apparently desiring more flexibility, especially for its weekend schedule.

One of the adjustments already underway is an expansion of host Ayman Mohyeldin’s weekend program to two hours to replace Hasan’s show.

Hasan confirmed the reports.

What do you think about this move?

Do you think this is representative of how out of control the liberal media is, or is it simply a reasonable reshuffling of resources?

Only time will tell just how far liberal media outlets continue to fall.

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