Francis Charles Todd aka Chuck Todd is a partisan Democratic party operative, the Political Director for NBC News, and former moderator of NBC's Meet the Press. Todd has been named the 4th most Left-biased American journalist. He is hostile toward conservative Christians.
Todd is a prominent Russia collusion conspiracy theorist and hoaxer, and was served notice to preserve evidence in the Covington kids slander campaign. Todd claims that Christians only support Trump because they grew up believing in Biblical fairy tales and like to be lied to.
|"When it's good versus evil you gotta sometimes, when you're on the good side, have some ambiguity about discerning real evil from the somewhat evil."|
CareerNew American reports:
"Todd says the credit for this near-universal dislike and mistrust of “mainstream” media figures lies more with the late Roger Ailes, who got his start as one of President Richard Nixon’s “angry” foot soldiers. Todd calls Ailes the “godfather of the Trump presidency.”
Todd apparently thinks support for any Republican presidential candidate — not just Trump — is some sort of moral failure, as he decries Ailes’ work for then-Vice President George H.W. Bush in 1988. Todd writes that Ailes saved Bush from defeat in the campaign against Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis by “exploiting a series of superficial issues.”
Todd's wife, Kristian, is the co-founder of Maverick Strategies, which handles direct mail and other consulting services for Democratic candidates and progressive causes. Kristian hosted a dinner party in 2015 for Jennifer Palmieri, the communications director for Hillary Rodham Clinton.
- Multiple references:
- Adams, Becket (December 30, 2019). Chuck Todd is a reminder that the press treats faith as quaint and regressive. Washington Examiner. Retrieved December 30, 2019.
- Leahy, Michael Patrick (December 30, 2019). Chuck Todd Attacks Trump Supporters Who Believe Bible. Breitbart News. Retrieved December 30, 2019.
- Wulfsohn, Joseph A. (December 30, 2019). NBC News' Chuck Todd suggests Trump voters 'want to be lied to,' believe in 'fairy tales' like Noah's Ark. Fox News. Retrieved December 30, 2019.
- Fondacaro, Nicholas (January 2, 2020). NBC’s political director: Religious people like Trump because they believe ‘fairy tales’. LifeSiteNews (from NewsBusters). Retrieved January 2, 2020.
- Getting “Personal”: Chuck Todd Dismisses Investigation into Possible Biden Foreign Influence Peddling, Jonathan Turley, Jan 10, 2023.