The moment cable news, at long last, had a sense of decency, cutting off the liar-in-chief.
Joe Scarborough goes after Fox News by name and calls out Ron Johnson as another McCarthy from Wisconsin.
And we all know what happened to McCarthy, right?
Unwittingly, unintentionally, party hardliners managed to churn up their portion of the masses so effectively they made it easy for a fast-talking charlatan like Trump to pounce on this most golden of opportunities, winning vast numbers of hardened hearts and brainwashed minds.
Hardball has turned into a curve ball these days.
The Times editorial board then goes on to compare Trump quotes with those of Sen. Joseph McCarthy and George Wallace.
I wish that President Obama would make a copy of this letter and send it to Ted Cruz.
George Will attacks Rep. Barbara Lee for daring to call out Paul Ryan for his racially charged comments.
Media Matters covered this segment by discussing when it's time to hang up on a right-wing radio host. I'd take that question one step further and ask when it's time to stop validating them by appearing as guests on their shows. If MSNBC's Karen Finney didn't want to have hateful insults lobbed at her by wingnut Hugh Hewitt, maybe she should stay off of his show and vice versa.
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