MSNBC Host: Tsarnaev Brothers May Have Been Influenced by ‘Radical Libertarian’ Politics

Alex Wagner says ‘the bombing suspects may not have been the radical jihadists they were initially believed to be’

MSNBC Panel Agrees: Tsarnaev Terror Due Influenced by 'Radical Libertarian Agenda,' Conspiracy Theories (The Blaze)

An MSNBC panel on what must have been an excruciatingly slow news day decided that conspiracy theories and a “radical libertarian” agenda inspired Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to bomb the Boston Marathon.

“The bombing suspects may not have been the radical jihadists they were initially believed to be,” said host Alex Wagner. “Older brother Tamerlan Tsarnaev was reportedly a fan of far right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.”

“Tsarnaev also read white supremacists publications including ‘The First Freedom,” she adding before jumping into a discussion with the Southern Poverty Law Center’s* Mark Potok about the “rise of hate speech” in America.

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