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Watch: Michelle Malkin hilariously destroys Rachel Maddow for pushing liberal conspiracies about Trump

Michelle Malkin hits "tin foil hat" wearing MSNBC host Rachel Maddow for pushing Trump-Russia conspiracy. (Image source: Fox News)

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow has black helicopters flying around her head, according to conservative commentator Michelle Malkin.

Speaking with Sean Hannity on Fox News Friday, Malkin said Maddow has become Reynolds Wrap's "number one customer" over her insistence to cover the alleged Trump-Russia conspiracy night after night despite a lack of concrete evidence to prove the allegations have any weight.

"I think that Rachel Maddow must be Reynolds Wrap's number one customer because the tin foil hat consumption is through the roof," Malkin said.

"Her number one goal is to bash and obstruct the Trump administration — it has been since day one," Malkin explained. "And they're going to beat that dead horse until they can't do it anymore."

After discussing many of the times Maddow pushed the Trump-Russia conspiracy without offering real evidence, Malkin and Hannity went on to bash Rolling Stone magazine for recently naming Maddow the "most trusted name in news," which the duo said proves the left lives in an "echo chamber."

During the interview, Hannity also lamented over the "breathless hysteria" created by the mainstream media over the Trump-Russia allegations that have thus far proved to be fruitless.

"It is an allusion factory, it is an echo chamber," Malkin said of the liberal media, explaining that President Donald Trump doesn't just have to address the Washington "swamp" but also the mainstream media swamp.

"People are sick and tired of it...there is so much real news that is going on," Malkin said, calling Rolling Stone's Maddow declaration a "slap in the face."

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