Cavuto uses the conservative escape hatch: "Both Sides." Both sides don't mow down shoppers with an AR15, Neil.
Of course she does.
For Conway, Trump's hate is fine, but shunning is awful.
We need Michelle Wolf's message hammered every single day.
If it's Saturday, let's pay a Republican to come on the air and say "both sides" are equally bad when it comes to collusion with the Russians?
And the head of the Democratic Caucus in the House calmly and politely wipes the floor with Chuck's false equivalence. DACA is a problem because of Trump, and this is a Trump/Ryan problem with their base, period.
No, really. According to Chuck Todd, there are Democrats who would rather see DREAMers deported than "cooperate" with Trump.
Also, Digby joins the show to discuss false equivalence and Harvey Weinstein.
University of Virginia political professor Larry Sabato accused CNN hosts of perpetrating a false equivalence by suggesting that both Democratic and Republican candidates have the same tendencies to promote violence and use violent rhetoric.
The New York Times does it again....
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