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
— 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
— 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:
— Joan Walsh (@joanwalsh) September 21, 2014
Editor’s note: The title has changed to correct a spelling error.