The 2012 election is over, and with it, the political horse-race coverage has ended too (at least for now). So how does a network dubbed “The Place For Politics” get by in the off-season?
One word: Sasquatch.
MSNBC’s afternoon panel show “The Cycle” hosted James “Bobo” Fay this afternoon. Fay is the star of the popular Animal Planet series “Finding Bigfoot,” which sees Fay and his associates attempting to track down the mythical beast. Spoiler: they haven’t found him yet. Skeptics are unlikely to be persuaded by the interview, though viewers learned that the show’s lone conservative, S.E. Cupp, is a big fan.
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