It all started with a deleted tweet from 2009 that seemed intentionally taken out of context.
A lot of prominent men in media have been getting themselves fired lately. In the case of MSNBC’s Sam Seder, however, it was a mistake. The network has now admitted as much, and reversed the decision, according to The Intercept. The initial firing was instigated by Pizzagate conspiracy theorist and noted rape apologist Mike Cernovich, who waged a bad faith smear campaign against Seder.
The network fired Seder, a contributor, after an alt-right personality publicized one of his old tweets.
A pundit is out of a job because his network can't recognize a smear campaign when it sees one. MSNBC reportedly cut ties with contributor Sam Seder after far-right date rape apologist Mike Cernovich spread a 2009 tweet in which Sed...
The network fired Sam Seder after an alt-right personality publicized one of Seder's old tweets.
When MSNBC fired contributor Sam Seder after a bad faith smear campaign by far right racist, rape-promoting troll Mike Cernovich, they faced a huge amount of criticism from viewers, other media outlets, and generally everyone who th...