MSNBC Prank Caller Calls Host a “Dumba**”

In what may well be the most glorious piece of journalism to appear on MSNBC in years a prank caller gets to say what everyone actually thinks about the personalities who frequent the MSNBC airwaves.


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MSNBC Host Krystal Ball: “Let’s turn now to an MSNBC exclusive. U.S. Staff Sgt. Michael Boyd is at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine and says that he saw a missile in the air hit the plane. He is on the phone with us. Sergeant, are you there?”

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“Expert” Caller: “Yes, I’m here. Can you hear me?”


MSNBC Host Krystal Ball: “I can, please tell us what you saw there on the ground there in Ukraine.”


“Expert” Caller: “Well I was looking out the window and I saw a projectile flying through the sky and it would appear that the plane was shot down from a blast of wind from Howard Stern’s ass.”


MSNBC Host Krystal Ball: “So it would appear that the plane was shot down. Can you tell us anything more from your military training of what sort of missile system that may have been coming from?”


“Expert” Caller: “Well you’re a dumbass aren’t you?”


MSNBC Host Krystal Ball: “Excuse me, sir?”


Oh Boy. Somebody at MSNBC is getting FIRED.

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