‘New Yorker’ Editor Compares Vladimir Putin to Glenn Beck

‘Imagine a certain kind of president appointing Glenn Beck to every network ... and putting out a kind of a paranoid propaganda line that is repeated every night’

'New Yorker' Editor Compares Vladimir Putin to Glenn Beck on 'Andrea Mitchell' (NewsBusters)

MSNBC is nothing if not consistent. On the July 23 edition of Andrea Mitchell Reports, the NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent invited David Remnick of The New Yorker on to discuss Putin and his propaganda machine.

Much to Mitchell’s delight, the Pulitzer prize winning journalist did so by comparing ruthless authoritarian Vladimir Putin to none other than the popular conservative radio host Glenn Beck.

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