Keep Ed Schultz in a prime weekday TV time slot

Keep Ed Schultz in a prime weekday TV time slot

Keep Ed Schultz in a prime weekday TV time slot!

Why is this important?

Ed Schultz has been one of few in the media who supports working class people. With his prominent voice on prime-time MSNBC television we as class warriors have had an ally on television for not only our values but our friends and colleagues.

Ed rises above the typical Beltway insider politics to deliver hard hitting news that gets to the heart of the issue. He speaks for the every day working guy, those gathered around the TV at the fire station house, the educator who is grading papers while listening, and the every day activist like you and me who tune in each night.

The Teamsters Union is also joining in us in standing up for Ed Schultz:
"This sharp-elbow knock of Ed from his primetime slot at 8 p.m. Eastern is bad news for working people. No one covers our issues and concerns better than Ed. In fact, no one on TV but Ed really covers them at all.

"We love Ed because he gets it. He cuts through the bull with his plain talk. He doesn’t try to one-up with charts, graphs, footnotes and brainy intellect. Rather, he invites us to his kitchen table for a nightly chat. His passion for improving the lives of the middle class is contagious."

Join me in demanding our true class war hero Ed Schultz stays on weeknights on MSNBC.

Reasons for signing

  • Ed is a uniquely important voice for sorting out the truth on issues. It would be a big mistake to take away one of the few strong voices of reason in media. If the rumors are true on the lineup that's being considered for cancellation we will end our loyalty to MSNBC because it will show that, instead of leaning forward, it's more interested in leaning foxward to boost ratings. Shame on them.
  • Like almost everyone else, Ed is the true voice of the American worker...When MSNBC throws him to the curb,they will probably take the nearly 50,000 loyal viewers and the millions of American workers with him.... When Ed is gone from MSNBC,so am I and Comcast,owner, of MSNBC is gone from my home and office,as my cable provider...Goodbye MSNBC...
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