Posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013 8:37:41 PM by chessplayer
Not surprisingly, most of the folks on MSNBC have being having a field day Thursday ridiculing Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) for his historic filibuster the day before.
Doing his part on the Martin Bashir show was MSNBC political analyst David Corn who said that Attorney General Eric Holder’s letter to Paul “had a very silent FU in it” (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary):
watching MSNBC‘s Hardball | January 11, 2013 | Seizethecarp
Posted on Friday, January 11, 2013 5:46:16 PM by Seizethecarp
Chris Matthews opened Hardball with video from the past two days of Jim Yeager, Alex Jones and Rush Limbaugh defending the second amendment. David Corn says Rush is “inviting John Wilkes Booth…” Matthews says Rush should know better.
Right before Hardball, Martin Bashir said that the report that the armed officer assigned to the school that were the latest shooting occurred wasn’t there because he was snowed-in “proves” that armed officers at schools are not the solution.
On Martin Bashir’s poorly rated MSNBC show, he introduced Mitt Romney’s bus tour today. The segment started off as normal, with Bashir introducing the show and the date. It was all downhill from there.MSNBC then cut to a video of Romney, in which they made the video intentionally grainy, then repeatedly zoomed in on him speaking.
They quoted Romney with the usual soundbite, then showed his bus driving around.All of a sudden, Bashir asks, “What could possibly go wrong?” At that moment, the video of Romney’s bus cuts to a bus exploding while people can be heard screaming in pain. MSNBC then proceeds to show several clips of buses engulfed in flames as well as a man shooting a cow for some reason.Then, “Come on Get Happy” blares, implying that Mr. Romney dying in a horrible, flaming death would make the American people ecstatic…
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