Laura Ingraham is so very predictably wrong, but her shrinking audience has to be kept terrified of "The Left.". That isn't quite what MSNBC anchor Chris Jansing did on Saturday but you can tell that she wanted to. Jansing was NBC News senior White House correspondent from 2014 to January 20, 2017. Paula White called on the angels to help defeat the demonic forces that are conspiring against Donald Trump. Law&Crime can confirm that Allison has filed an assault-and-battery police report and said that he wants to press charges against Jansing and the MSNBC security guards involved in the incident. If you don't mind the ads and would rather donate, please select one of the options below: NOTE: We will be changing to a new commenting platform in the next couple of weeks. “They will not show the footage to either myself or MSNBC.”. From 2010 to 2014, she hosted an MSNBC show called Jansing and Company. He was quickly kicked out of the venue and Sanders rallied his supporters to dismiss the man and the hate symbol–later telling CNN’s Jake Tapper that the swastika incident was “unspeakable, disgusting.”. For my money though this earlier clip is more amusing, and you can see why she'd had enough of MSNBC's technical issues by then. Your conservative philosopher, ladies and gentlemen. Anyone watching the news these past few days can relate to Chris Jansing's frustration. Jansing was NBC News senior White House correspondent from 2014 to January 20, 2017. Let's not kid ourselves, 2020 has not been easy. Anyone watching MSNBC last night got a sense of her frustration and despair. He also said he plans to “pursue pressing charges.”. She currently works for NBC News as senior national correspondent for the network's cable division, MSNBC and alongside Brian Williams, as a breaking news anchor for the channel. ”I asked [MSNBC’s Chris Jansing] why the network chose not to cover an antisemitic attack at Sanders rally even though I texted the info to producer Daniel Arnall ,” Jack Allison said in a post … Chris Jansing is an American broadcast journalist and television personality, who is probably most famous for serving as the senior national correspondent for MSNBC and NBC News. “Hi, can I ask you a question: why did your network not find it newsworthy to report on an antisemitic attack at the Jewish candidate’s rally on Friday?” Allison asks in the video. In Arizona. I went back to my hotel to collect myself, and then went back to the museum to get the information of the people who assaulted me. On Tuesday afternoon, Allison confronted Jansing about the paucity of coverage on MSNBC about an antisemitic attack at a recent rally for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), At a rally in Arizona late last week, a white supremacist unfurled a Nazi swastika banner while Sanders was speaking. Inducted into the New York State Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame in June 2016. ”I asked [MSNBC’s Chris Jansing] why the network chose not to cover an antisemitic attack at Sanders rally even though I texted the info to producer Daniel Arnall,” Jack Allison said in a post accompanying the video. , "Kapostasy, DiNicola Earn New York Emmys," Albany NY Times-Union, April 29, 1997, p. C8, Rob Owen, "WNYT After Kapostasy," Albany Times-Union, May 30, 1998, p. D7, Jinah Kim (business and technology correspondent), Media Bistro: "Before the Smoke Clears, Covering the Conclave" by Gail Shister, Her Life Magazine: "Inspirations - CHRIS JANSING" by Ann E. Butenas, "Chris Jansing Named MSNBC Senior National Correspondent", "MSNBC Correspondent Says Believing That There Are Only Two Genders Is 'Incendiary, "Chris Jansing Inducted Into New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Chris_Jansing&oldid=969544184, American television reporters and correspondents, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2016, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.  Jansing joined NBC News in June 1998 at which point, she began to use the last name of Jansing professionally instead of her maiden name of Kapostasy which she had used before then. ”I don’t know,” Jansing repeatedly insists. While experiencing technical problems and attempting to talk to reporters in the field, Jansing could be seen finally giving up and throwing her paper down in frustration.