As an aide for New York City Mayor Bill deBlasio, Rachel Noerdlinger, who used to run media relations for Al Sharpton’s National Action Network as its vice president, worked to cover up Sharpton’s lies due to concerns about making him look bad.
New York City’s first exhibit against a $5 million lawsuit by Dominique Sharpton, the daughter of MSNBC host and activist Al Sharpton, could very well be her own Instagram account, the New York Post reports.
MSNBC’s current pundit lineup is a “death wish,” one NBC source told Politico’s Dylan Byers in a story out Thursday morning, and the network is heading for a huge shakeup toward more straight news and less liberal bombast as its ratings continue suffering.
A government watchdog group is calling on NASCAR to cut ties with Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network in response to the cable news host’s comments about police in the wake of the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and the questionable financial activities at his nonprofit groups.