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Published On: Thu, Apr 11th, 2013

Michelle Malkin calls MSNBC the ‘Maoist Socialist Nutballs Broadcasting Company’

During a discussion on Fox News’ evening political program, Hannity,  guests  Michelle Malkin and Leslie Marshall and the host went into the recent “Lean Forward” clip on MSNBC, featuring host Melissa Harris-Perry’s message where she said that kids don’t to the parents, but to the “whole community”, in which the left-leaning Marshall concurred with Harris-Perry’s message.

This prompted the right-leaning Malkin to respond:

“This sentiment broadcast on MSNBC, which is now confirmed stands for–‘Maoist Socialist Nutballs Broadcasting Company’, should send a shiver down every parents spine.

“What were talking about here is the worst kind of collectivism, and yes it is anti-American.”

Malkin goes on to criticize MSNBC higher ups for not recognizing the “bone-chilling diatribes” of Harris-Perry.

She goes on, depending on where you stand, to yell or passionately make the following point:

“Hands off my kids! My kids are not your guinea pigs, my kids are not your cash cows, my kids minds are not for you to propagandize and my kids futures is not for you to raid in the name of social justice!”

Watch the video here.

Sean Hannity, Leslie Marshall, Michelle Malkin Image/Video Screen Shot

Sean Hannity, Leslie Marshall, Michelle Malkin
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