MSNBC’s Morning Joe opened a segment to discuss controversial comments made by White House senior advisor Stephen Miller over the weekend by playing a video that resembled a propaganda video from the 1950s.
The video was a series of distorted, black and white video clips of Miller’s comments from Sunday morning shows that played on a loop. No one on the panel explained who made the video or where it came from, leaving viewings to question if it was an attempt by MSNBC producers to distort the argument in a way that made Miller’s comments appear menacing.
After the video had finished playing, the Morning Joe panel proceeded to mock the comments Miller had made over the weekend relentlessly.
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