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MTP mocked for Buzzfeed panelist and Chuck Todd’s absurd ‘stereotyping’


We already knew NBC’s “Meet the Press” was in trouble, but today’s episode serves as further evidence.

Seems like tough times for Meet the Press – today’s panel includes the “Washington bureau chief” for… Buzzfeed.

— Chris Zucker (@cjzxyz) September 21, 2014

No wonder Meet The Press is # 3 in the ratings. They have a Buzzfeed bike messenger on their panel. Get a starched shirt and suit dopey!

— FakeNewsBlues (@FakeNewsBlues) September 21, 2014

Meet the press has a panel member from buzzfeed. Yeah I thought this was a show for educated adults

— Phil Vail (@phildaddy90) September 21, 2014

Just watched the panel on Meet The Press like I was reading the Sunday funnies. Those folks were hilariously out of their skulls. #MTP

— Dana Loves Racing (@DriverAppear) September 21, 2014

It's nice how Meet The Press has an illiterate clown from Buzzfeed on, just in case anyone has a question about lists of pictures.

— Brett Jensen (@BrettJensenITV) September 21, 2014

The show’s genius host, Chuck Todd, decided to divide America between the “Starbucks nation” and the “Chick-fil-A country.”

Dimwit Chuck Todd: Midterms boil down to "Starbucks Nation" vs. "Chick-Fil-A Country." You can't spell "oversimplification" without "MTP!"

— Ben Zelevansky (@BenZelevansky) September 21, 2014

Idiot @chucktodd's election analysis is "Starbucks" versus "Chick-fil-A"? No fucking stereotyping there! #mtp @meetthepress Click!

— RB Blair (@TuxcedoCat) September 21, 2014

But @chucktodd, what happens if you like Starbucks AND Chik-fil-A!?!

— Nacho (@amynacho) September 21, 2014

Chuck Todd divides the USA into "Starbucks nation" and "Chick-Fil-A country." So his plan to save Meet the Press is asinine generalizations.

— Victor Laszlo (@Impolitics) September 21, 2014

More insipid sophistry from Chuck Todd, who splits U.S. into "Starbucks Nation" and "Chick-Fil-A Country" pic.twitter.com/QIfuzFoV1y

— John Persinos (@JohnPersinos1) September 21, 2014

Dear @chucktodd: I don't go to Starbucks or Chik-Fil-A. What kind of American am I? #MeetThePress #Stupidity #NBC

— Rebecca Bowers (@rebowers) September 21, 2014

How can you be sure “Meet the Press” is on a downward spiral? When you see tweets like this:

OK, folks are mocking the Starbucks/Chick-Fil-A stuff, but c'mon, this was the best @meetthepress in a long time @chucktodd

— Joan Walsh (@joanwalsh) September 21, 2014

Editor’s note: The title has changed to correct a spelling error.


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Which tough #ChuckToddQuestions will president face on ‘Meet the Press’?

NBC’s Chuck Todd heads to the White House Saturday to tape what will be his inaugural interview as the new host of “Meet the Press.” Getting the president to appear on your first show is quite the coup, although as Phil Kerpen tweeted Thursday, will viewers get the “boring, typical, suck-up interview of POTUS? Or the kind of hammering Tim [Russert] would have administered?”

That will depend on the questions Todd asks the president. In anticipation, Twitter users have been placing their bets on which of those #ChuckToddQuestions will be asked.


The real question:


‘Beyond parody!’ Check out the ridiculous Christie coverage on MTP

Ah, days of yore. Good times, good times. Alas, that is no longer the case: Lapdogs gotta be lapdoggy!

Evidently, it is the most pressing issue of our time:

Unbelievable. OK, it’s actually totally believable coming from the deluded folks over at “Meet the Press.” Remember, MTP recently had Ezra Klein and Obamacare architect Ezekiel Emanuel on the “reality check” segment about … Obamacare. 


Other viewers also called out the hackery.



But … but … bully or something.

Double boom.

Jonah Goldberg makes an exit prediction about what might be coming next from “Meet the Press” hacks:

Beautiful. It’s funny because it could be true.


‘Delusional!’ You won’t believe who ‘Meet the Press’ chose for Obamacare ‘reality check’

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