Throughout its protracted ratings nosedive, cable news network MSNBC has increasingly pandered to the tiny audience of far-left radicals it has retained. Whether by mocking Christianity, labeling all whites as inherent racists, or championing the homosexual lobby’s cause, this sham of a news organization has a limited bag of ideological tricks.
In a desperate ploy to keep the “Duck Dynasty” controversy alive, political analyst Michael Eric Dyson was able to combine each of these disingenuous tactics to skewer the right.
Appearing with host Joy Reid, the fringe pundit expressed some outrageous views of Christian faith that only prove he has no idea what type of love millions of Americans have for their Savior. Responding to Reid’s leading question regarding the brouhaha over reality star Phil Robertson’s biblical comments on homosexuality, Dyson suggested a man expressing his love for Christ seems gay.
“The same men who will stand up in a church of all men [and say] ‘I put my God Jesus above all women, I love him more than I love her,’” he responded in his disjointed, staccato style. “Hmmm, do you really? That sounds interestingly homoerotic to people who are outside your religious traditions.”