May 14, 2016

If not the worst, then surely as foolish as anything said by other notable pundits who always seem to get things wrong, but somehow manage to stay employed.

Source: TBOGG @ Raw Story

Surprising as it may seem for such a “hot take” or scoop or whatever you might call it, MSNBC’s Mark Halperin, who is all over your TV as a “senior political analyst,” waited until the Friday night to make the most stunning — and dumb — prediction of the 2016 election season.

Hold onto your hat because here it is, courtesy of the ever-aware Tom Tomorrow:

As the kids say: “Whoa, if true.”

As intelligent people who follow politics — and even with people who only have a passing knowledge of who their two senators might be — might say: “Shut the hell up, Mark.”

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