MSNBC’s Luke Russert Admits It’s Easy For The Media To Mock People Of Faith

‘The current world which we live in, especially with the American media, snark is valued’

Luke Russert: ‘Very Easy’ for Media to Mock and ‘Come After People of Faith’ (Mediaite)

NBC News’ Luke Russert admitted on CBN’s The Brody File that it’s “very easy” for the media to deride religious people and value snark over substance. Russert, a practicing Catholic, believes that journalists are failing to view people who wear their religion on their sleeve as simple stereotypes.

Russert told David Brody it’s “absolutely accurate” that the media has a very noticeable wariness about religious people.

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