Watch: MSNBC's Chris Hayes Does the Unthinkable in Covering *That* Story, and Now Liberals Want to Cancel Him

Vice President Joe Biden talks with Stephanie Carter, wife of incoming Defense Secretary Ash Carter during Carter's swearing in ceremony, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. Carter, 60, is President Barack Obama's fourth secretary of defense. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

I wrote this morning about the massive journalism fail that has been on display since the story of Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden first broke 36 days ago.

The big-name news outlets like the New York Times, the Washington Post, and CNN have only given the story obligatory coverage – and they didn’t even file their first reports on Reade’s claims until 3 weeks after she first made them. To top it off, Joe Biden himself has not been directly asked at all about them in the numerous interviews he’s given over the last 5 weeks.

MSNBC’s coverage has been the worst of the lot. According to MRC-TV, up until Tuesday, MSNBC’s total coverage of the story amounted to less than 5 minutes. That changed last night, when “All In” host Chris Hayes weighed in. Here’s a partial transcript:

CHRIS HAYES, MSNBC: Throughout the entire #MeToo era there have been moments I think for many of us, all of us, when we have heard about accusations against someone, that we find ourselves desperately wanting not to believe. But because we have some personal admiration for the individual or their work, or political admiration, someone on our “side.” A part of the difficult lesson of the #MeToo era is not that every accusation is true and everything should be believed on its face but that you do have to fight yourself when you feel that impulse. You have to do that in order to take seriously what is being alleged and what the evidence is, and to evaluate it. And that is the case with the accusations by a woman named Tara Reade against Joe Biden.

Reade briefly worked as a Senate aide in Biden’s office in the early 90s. Last year she told a California newspaper that in 1993 Joe Biden “touched” her several times making her feel uncomfortable. At that time, Reade was one of several women who came forward around that moment with accusations against the former vice president of inappropriate sort of over-physicalness, touching, kissing or hugging that they say made them feel uncomfortable. Then last month she made a much more serious allegation telling first a podcast and then later ‘The New York Times’ that in 1993, Joe Biden pinned her to a wall in the Senate building, reached under the clothing and penetrated her with his fingers. Reade told the ‘Times’ that she filed a complaint with the Senate that same year about what happened with Biden.

The segment actually went on for several minutes as Hayes gave the story a more thorough and fair analysis than the rest of his colleagues at MSNBC and the mainstream media at large. Newsbusters has the full transcript of the segment. You can watch a portion of it below:

https://twitter.com/ibrahimpols/status/1255683581399183360

Because Hayes had the audacity to “go there” with the Biden story, #FireChrisHayes trended on Twitter last night, and his name is still trending as of this writing. Here are some examples:

Twitchy documented numerous other instances of outraged liberals who tore into Hayes.

So much for the “party of women”, right?

Must protect The Precious.