Rachel Maddow

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Rachel Maddow (born 1973) is a left-wing conspiracy theorist and American media personality. She previously worked for the now-defunct Air America radio network and is current news anchor for MSNBC. Maddow was an outspoken advocate for saving the fascist regime of Saddam Hussein under the Iraqi Ba'athists. Maddow has exploited the tragedies suffered by families and victims of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks to promote socialism and the unpopular Obamacare program.[1]

Maddow has a bachelor's degree from Stanford University, and earned a doctorate from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. Maddow is one of the few openly homosexual personalities in the mainstream news media. Like almost everyone at the MSNBC network, she has a secular world view and uses her position in the media to advance her morally bankrupt homosexual agenda. As a self described "commie lib" and follower of Barack Obama, Maddow has not been known to criticize any incumbent extreme leftist agendas. A rabid anti-Bush fanatic, Maddow openly derides Conservative values and the Republican Party. Maddow uses her show to deliver racist rants against outsourcing jobs to China and India.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

Maddow frequently makes crude sexual innuendos in reference to the Tea Party.

In 2010, some liberal Democrats circulated rumors that Maddow might be drafted to run for the US Senate contest in Massachusetts for the 2012 election against Republican, Scott Brown.[8]

In September 2017, conservative Sean Hannity had his show moved to the 9 pm EDT time slot, putting him in direct competition with Maddow. In their first week together, Hannity received much higher ratings than her, despite her rise in ratings prior to that in 2017.[9][10][11]

Obsession with the Koch brothers

Maddow was instrumental in dreaming up the conspiracy theories about David Koch and Charles Koch, pointing to their support of various conservative causes.[12] However, she refuses to admit the liberal hypocrisy inherent in calling them out while ignoring similar actions by MSNBC parent company Comcast and myriad other groups.[13]


  • AARP
  • AARP Supplemental
  • Ace Hardware
  • ADP
  • Aleve PM Bayer US
  • Allstate Insurance
  • America’s Natural Gas / America’s Natural Gas Alliance
  • Bank of America
  • Best Western Insurance
  • BDO
  • BP
  • Cialis (owned by Eli Lilly)
  • Cisco Systems
  • CSX
  • Expedia, Inc.
  • FreeCreditReport.com (owned by Experian)
  • Geico
  • Jeep
  • Land Rover
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance
  • Pampers (owned by Procter & Gamble)
  • People Magazine Time, Inc.
  • Philips Sonicare Diamond Clean
  • POM Pomegranate Juice
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Progressive Insurance
  • Pure Sleep Company
  • 19puresleep
  • Residence Inn (owned by Marriott)
  • Spectrum Charter Communications
  • TempurPedic mattresses
  • UNTUCKit
  • Velveeta (owned by Kraft)
  • Volkswagen Volkswagen Group of America
  • V-8 Campbell’s [14]
  • Y-Diners


  1. Maddow: "How about we get together as Americans and agree to get health care for the heros of 9/11." The Rachel Maddow Show transcript, MSNBC, September 9, 2010. [1]
  2. The Dark Side of the Outsourcing Revolution, By Naeem Mohaiemen, AlterNet, January 23, 2004.
  3. Does Outsourcing Create Racism? Yahoo Answers.
  4. Is 'Outsourced' racist? NBC's new comedy, set in a Mumbai call center, is drawing charges that it's culturally insensitive, Review, The Week, September 24, 2010.
  5. Outsourced Racism, New Republic, Neera Tanden, May 5, 2010.
  6. "at the World Economic Forum trade a British unionist, Philip Jennings, boldly declared that outsourcing white-collar jobs to low-wage developing countries, especially India and China, would provoke ... opposition of developed-world labour unions to trade liberalisation, especially in relation to outsourcing, imports of cheap consumer goods and labour migration, can easily fuel racism within the West in the 21st century." [2]
  7. Transcript: The Rachel Maddow Show, Thursday. October 14, 2010.
  8. [3]
  9. Schwartz, Jason (September 29, 2017). Hannity beats Maddow in first week of 9 p.m. showdown. Politico. Retrieved September 30, 2017.
  10. Enloe, Chris (September 30, 2017). Sean Hannity is now in head-to-head competition with Rachel Maddow — and the ratings just came in. The Blaze. Retrieved September 30, 2017.
  11. Beck, Conor (September 29, 2017). Hannity Beats Maddow in First Week at 9 P.M. Hour. The Washington Free Beacon. Retrieved September 30, 2017.
  12. http://www.weeklystandard.com/articles/paranoid-style-liberal-politics_555525.html?page=3
  13. http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/367762/rachel-maddows-koch-addled-world-msnbc-funding-tea-party-too-andrew-johnson
  14. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwoGtrYCfR6FbU96b0UzV29mRFE/view

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