MSNBC Reporter Attempts To Shame People For Not Wearing Masks, But Instantly Fails!

Article by Bryan Howard

May 27, 2020

MSNBC was caught attempting to peddle more fear mongering of people not wearing their masks while in public. However, a good citizen had his camera phone out and stated live on air the cameraman nor half the MSNBC crew behind the camera were wearing masks.

Host Katy Tur moved from her segment to field reporter Cal Perry in an attempt to claim people are being unsafe not wearing masks in public. Instantly when Perry did this report live on air he was called out in front of the entire viewing audience.

Katy Tur asked, “Are the people there just not worried about it, Cal? Are they just not worried about their own personal safety?”

Perry answered, “I haven’t met anybody who is.”

Perry continued, “I met some folks actually from Lake Geneva who lived in the area, they were staying a few miles outside of town … and they said they’re worried about it, they’re worried about that second spike, they’re worried about folks coming in from Chicago.”

Perry stated, “But they’ll quickly add, at the same time, this is a place that relies on that business.”

Perry pointed at a guy walking by  and said, “You can see here, just around, nobody is wearing them.”

“Including your cameraman,” the man shot back.

Perry frustrated with his blown fake news coverage responded, “Yeah, there ya go, including the cameraman, yeah.”

Tur responded in a dumbfounded way after MSNBC was caught peddling fake news,  “Striking images.”

We were able to get our hands on the video from the man with the camera phone that busted MSNBC’s fear mongering segment. In his video you can see the crew where the majority of them aren’t wearing masks.

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