Q: What could possibly alienate MSNBC's few, remaining Liberals viewers even more than programming an hour a day of Mark Halperin drooling into the laps of his Conservative puppet-masters?
A: Reruns of Mark Halperin drooling into the laps of his Conservative puppet-masters.
From Politico (h/t Mr, Frostback):
These people hate us so damn much.MSNBC in talks with Bloomberg to re-air John Heilemann-Mark Halperin showBy HADAS GOLD and JOE POMPEO 11/19/15 02:32 PM EST Updated 11/19/15 02:52 PM ESTMSNBC is in talks with Bloomberg for a deal that would allow the network to re-air John Heilemann and Mark Halperin's hourlong 5 p.m. politics show, "With All Due Respect," New York Magazine's Gabriel Sherman reports, and we can confirm.Rumors about a possible deal between the hosts and MSNBC have been circulating in recent weeks. Sources familiar with the talks confirmed they were in progress. According to Sherman, one scenario being discussed is to air "WADR" at 6 p.m., filling Al Sharpton's old time slot. Reached by phone and email a couple of weeks ago, Heilemann would not discuss the talks.Such an arrangement with MSNBC would not be so novel for Bloomberg. Bloomberg produces and airs "Charlie Rose," but PBS gets first airing privileges. Heilemann and Halperin already have a relationship with MSNBC, appearing frequently as guests on "Morning Joe," an arrangement that has reportedly rankled some Bloomberg employees. Halperin was described to POLITICO as being "tight" with NBC News chief Andy Lack, who is said to be driving the discussions."WADR" debuted in October 2014 along with the corresponding website Bloomberg Politics, where Heilemann and Halperin draw reported $1 million salaries for contracts that are expected to continue through 2016...