MSNBC: How Do We Combat 'Duck Dynasty' Clan From Doing What's Legal?

MSNBC: How Do We Combat 'Duck Dynasty' Clan From Doing What's Legal?

Because MSNBC long ago stopped being a news channel in favor of becoming visual left-wing talk radio, the “Lean Forward” network continues to make a fool of itself in ways both big (mocking a black infant) and small. On a slow news Friday, MSNBC rising star Thomas Roberts and a guest spit-balled on the air over how to “combat” the Duck Dynasty clan from doing something legal — like releasing their own line of firearms:

THOMAS ROBERTS: Well as we look at that, because look at this, the Duck Commander company itself, it’s worth a reported $400 million through the sale of duck calls, other items that they produce. We’ve got 11.8 million viewers tuning in for the premiere of season 4 Ladd. So this family earned $200,000 per episode that season and they represent and they speak to a large swath of the country. Primarily the stereotype almost that you just pointed out. But how do you try to combat that? Because, obviously they’re within their rights to go ahead and do this. This is all legal.

LADD EVERITT: Well, look, I mean I think the Robertson family is banking on being able to market firearms, you know, by issuing some of these very extreme political comments and hoping that it appeals to basically a swath of far right-wing Americans that they assume are their main customer base. I’m hoping that backfires. When you poll gun owners in this country, the fact is that the overwhelming majority of them are very moderate in their views. And I think many of them will not embrace the type of, you know, misogynist, racist, anti-gay comments that Phil Robertson is making. And my hope here is that this strategy, if it is indeed a strategy, will backfire on them.

Apparently, the way MSNBC and its neo-fascist guests intend to stop the “Duck Dynasty” clan from doing what is legal is to continue to smear the Bible as bigoted.


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