Bed Bug Infestation Found At Cable News HQ Building


MSNBC, the left-leaning network known for its biased coverage and support of liberal politics, was forced to close down its studios just days before Super Tuesday after bed bugs were discovered inside.

The studio, which is home to Rachel Maddow’s show, was evacuated and exterminators were called to treat not only the studio, but also the green rooms and control room.

According to an internal memo obtained by The New York Post, an ‘unidentified insect’ was spotted in studio 3A, causing panic among MSNBC staffers.

The network was forced to close down additional studios on the third floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza to ensure the pest problem was contained.

The memo also revealed that an ‘environmental K-9 detection team’ was brought in to ensure that the remediation efforts were thorough, and the entire third floor of the building was given an extra pass to ensure there were no further infestations.

This news couldn’t have come at a worse time for MSNBC, as the studio was set to be the hub of their election coverage for Super Tuesday.

This is a critical day for both Democrats and Republicans, with over one-third of the total delegates up for grabs for the Democrats and a chance for Republicans to solidify their frontrunner status.

Super Tuesday has historically been a turning point in the presidential election, with past winners typically securing the nomination for their party.

However, for Republicans this year, it seems that the only candidate with a chance of winning all the states is former President Donald Trump. This has left potential contenders like Nikki Haley struggling to find a path to the White House.

Despite losing Sunday’s primary in Washington D.C., where Haley managed to beat Trump among the small population of Republicans, the former president remains the clear frontrunner for the Republican nomination. He is already focused on the general election and a potential rematch with President Joe Biden.

Daily Mail