Skip to comments.Chris Hayes Vs. Bundy Supporter Assemblywoman Michele Fiore Is Awesome
Posted on 04/19/2014 8:14:01 AM PDT by Kevin in California
Last night, Chris Hayes face off against Assemblywoman Michele Fiore over the ongoing saga of the Bundy Ranch. Fiore reminds us why we love TV.
Fiore for the win! The Assemblywoman is feisty, unflappable, stays on message, goes at Hayes hard, and comes out looking great. A terrific segment and a good interview by Hayes, amazingly enough. The best part was when she left him flat-footed right at the end after catching him with the slaughter question. Although Hayes salvages the moment for himself with the barbecue crack. You can agree or disagree with Bundy or Fiore all you want, but that is how you handle a hostile interview.
Who is this Hayes person;)
Yep, she spiked the MSNBC ComDem Twerp indeed.
But it is MSNBC. Nobody but tattooed on the A$$ ComDems watch that irrelevant network.
Appears to be an MSNBC drone.
She really did handle him well with all his attempts to twist and mangle and put words in her mouth.
It was funny that his last words were a request not to put words in his mouth.
This woman needs to be the next Senator from Nevada - after Hairy Reid gets his nasty a$$ thrown out and put in jail for corruption!
He got spanked, hard. . .and loved it. . .little poofter.
Mr. Rachel Maddow's little sister.
That lady certainly knows how to shut down Liberal double-talk!
That sums it up for me perfectly. If it wasn’t for Twitchy I wouldn’t even know who he was or is.
When I first read the title I thought it was referring to that columnist from the Weekly Standard I see on FoxNews occasionally. His name is Stephen Hayes. When I looked up Chris Hayes, his smarmy liberal expression told me all I needed to know about his ideology.
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