As Media Matters reported Matt Drudge apparently doesn't know the difference between using the word blitzkrieg and comparing someone to a Nazi. He man
As Media Matters reported Matt Drudge apparently doesn't know the difference between using the word blitzkrieg and comparing someone to a Nazi. He managed to earn himself top honors on Keith's Worst Persons segment for this (note to Keith Olbermann, it would be nice to see you credit all of your sources for this segment once in a while, since the ones that don't get credited appear to be primarily liberal blogs).
The Drudge Report highlighted Vice President Joe Biden's prediction that Democrats "will be hit with a GOP blitzkrieg" of attacks to falsely claim he was "compar[ing] Republicans to Nazis." But Republicans and conservative media have often made use of the word "blitzkrieg" in a political context, including in attacks on President Obama and Democrats. Read on...
As our friends over at Media Matters reported if you go read their whole post, Drudge proves once again that Republicans are really good at this thing called projection.
It's too bad that the Drudge gossip rag, Politico hacks who aren't much better than their buddy Matt, who helped them get their traffic up when they first came on line are a regular part of MSNBC's programming. Maybe we'd see them make it into a Worst Persons segment once in a while too. For now that's as likely as seeing Joe Scarborough make the list. Tucker Carlson had to leave the network before he finally earned a spot. I'm quite sure the powers that be at MSNBC won't let him put Scar or the Politico hacks on there even when the deserve it, which is too bad. Scarborough would be on there every other day. Man that's one really terrible morning show.
Runners up were Kathleen Parker for calling President Obama too effeminate and Sarah Palin for not even managing to make it through a bowling expo in Las Vegas without lying.