Sally Kohn‘s exclusive contributor contract with Fox News ran out at the end of 2012. She still appears on the network — all very amicable an FNC spokesperson tells us — and she writes for FoxNews.com. But she’s freed up to appear on other networks. So last night the progressive political pundit went on Chris Hayes‘ show on MSNBC. The segment was predicated on Kohn’s story for FoxNews.com, where she successfully, if frustratingly, signed up for Obamacare. Hayes began the segment with a series of clips of news reporters from Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and local news — none of whom need Obamacare — trying to sign up:
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