REPORT: NBC’s Chuck Todd slammed by liberal stars, Ocasio-Cortez for knocking her ‘concentration camps’ remarks

JUNE 20, 2019

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MSNBC anchor Chuck Todd has been receiving strong condemnation from the left over his remarks slamming Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, for her repeated claim that the U.S. government is “running concentration camps” along the southern border.

The “Meet The Press” moderator condemned Ocasio-Cortez’s assertion, saying that the detention centers holding migrants and concentration camps are “not at all comparable in the slightest” and insisted that she was doing a “tremendous disservice” to migrants at the border by invoking the Holocaust.

The article goes on to state the following:

Todd, who serves as NBC News’ political director, sparked a ton of backlash on social media among progressives as well as from fellow liberal journalists. The Intercept columnist Mehdi Hasan” claimed that Todd’s argument “makes no sense” since he “conceded” that Ocasio-Cortez didn’t refer to “Nazi death camps.” Crooked Media’s editor-in-chief Brian Beutler called Todd’s monologue a “disgrace” and accused him “misinforming his viewers” for not mentioning the history of concentration camps that predate the Holocaust.

Ocasio-Cortez slammed back with the following tweet:

Obama’s former Ethics Director Walter Shaub also took a shot at Todd:

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