Fired MSNBC Contributor Has Advice for MSNBC Employees

By Chris Ariens Comment

Former MSNBC contributor Sam Seder is speaking out about his dismissal from the network.

MSNBC allowed Seder’s contributor contract to run out following the revelation of a 2009 tweet that included a crude joke related to the decades-old rape case involving film director Roman Polanski.

“Don’t care re Polanski, but I hope if my daughter is ever raped it is by an older truly talented man w/a great sense of mise en scene,” Seder wrote at the time.

The tweet went unnoticed for years, until late last month when a team led by alt-right personality Mike Cernovich spotted it which eventually led MSNBC to cut ties with Seder, who’d been appearing on the network for a decade.

Seder went on BuzzFeed’s show AMtoDM this morning with some advice for other MSNBCers.

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