REPORT: Network silent on arrest of Democrat megadonor after third man overdoses at his house


MSNBC failed to cover the arrest of Ed Buck on-air after a third man overdosed on methamphetamine in his home after the Democratic megadonor allegedly provided it.

Buck, 65, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with operating a drug house and three counts of battery. The most recent man who overdosed at Buck’s residence survived, but the first two died 18 months apart. No charges were filed in relation to the other deaths.

The article goes on to state the following:

In the past, Buck has donated to California Sen. Krysten Sinema, California Rep. Adam Schiff, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, and L.A. District Attorney Jack Lacey. He also donated to former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The Examiner notes that while they did not find and articles written about Buck this week on MSNBC’s website, their Facebook page has posted a link to NBC News’ story about the arrest.

Related: BREAKING: Prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck arrested and charged with operating drug house

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