Skip to comments.Chris Matthews Rips Roy Moore, But Calls Reported Teen-Seducing JFK His “Hero”
Posted on 11/15/2017 5:25:03 PM PST by governsleastgovernsbest
Chris Matthews: hypocrite.
On his MSNBC show this evening, Matthews ripped Roy Moore, saying that Moores reported banning from a mall was an amazing atrocious situation. A grown man with a law degree, an assistant DA, even, having to be physically banned from a public space because of his horrible behavior, his trolling behavior.
Condemning Moore supporters, Matthews said, its almost like facts dont matter. You say, sos your old man to the other side and stick to your side. Is there a tipping point? Something that even the alt-right, or something that the hard right wont accept?
This is the same JFK fan-boy Matthews who wrote an adulatory book calling Kennedy a hero. JFKperhaps the most notorious womanizer in the history of the presidency. JFK, reported to have seduced a teen-aged intern on the bed he shared with wife Jackie. JFK, who is said to have coerced her to perform a sex act on an aide while he looked on.
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Chris Matthews condemns Roy Moore’s behavior as “atrocious,” but wrote a book calling teen-intern seducing JFK a “hero.”’
Hypocrite ping to Liberal Media Criticism list.
And he, of course, voted for The Toon twice. If it weren’t for double standards Democrats would have no standards at all. (Hat tip, Chris Plante)
Sure facts matter. You have any???
its almost like facts dont matter
Wat “Facts” is he imagining here??
the Forged Yearbook?
The different color inks
the mis spelling of the NAME!
or the FACT that Child Safety Door Locks DID not exist on cars in 1977
A classic confrontation.
Crap I missed it
Is it a FACT that Moore was banned from a mall?
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