Our prayers may soon be answered. A story by NYT‘s Brian Stelter over the weekend hints that our Ezzy (a.k.a Rep. Ezra Klein (D-Washington Post) may land his own program on MSNBC. One thing’s for sure, he’s our pick over MSNBC Boybander Chris Hayes, who has a show, a book and a staff goddammit. Note to producers: We’re thinking politics with a dash of cooking.
From Stelter’s piece…
“Several MSNBC employees, who spoke about programming plans on the condition of anonymity, said the most likely candidate for a new show was the Washington Post columnist Ezra Klein, a frequent substitute for Ms. Maddow. Mr. Klein may start with a weekend time slot, but these people said the 8 p.m. weekday time slot held by Mr. Schultz was also a possibility.”
We requested comment from Klein about the matter.
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