"I’m not in the censorship business,” the House speaker said.
Neither Reid nor the network have addressed the host's earlier claims that her blog was hacked.
Reid's now-defunct blog is back in the news -- this time for controversial posts about 9/11 and Sen. John McCain.
The MSNBC host's most ardent fans are willing to turn a blind eye to her hacking claims, and that's unsettling.
The MSNBC host added Saturday that cybersecurity experts have not been able to prove her blog was hacked, as she initially claimed.
The allegations that she wrote homophobic posts "deserve a full examination," the site's executive editor told staff.
Only a pretty bizarre course of events would have led to those allegedly "fraudulent" homophobic blog posts.
This is the second time the MSNBC host has been accused of making homophobic comments on an old blog.
In wake of the Syria strike, an MSNBC panel says the U.S. has a "diplomatic vacuum" in the region.
"And here I was thinking you were an intellectual," the MSNBC host fired back on Instagram.
“I don’t know when Americans are going to tire of this lying man.”
"I regret the way I addressed the complex issue of the closet and speculation on a person’s sexual orientation with a mocking tone and sarcasm.”
His campaign's connection to Russia is just a "hoax" in this "Earth Two."
Representative Steve King is a purveyor of power as an elected official, an arm of political dominance as a member of Congress and by his own statements -- a racist.
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