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Twice in Less Than 24 Hours, Chris Matthews Compares Republicans to 'Terrorists'

Two times in less than 24 hours, MSNBC's Chris Matthews smeared Republicans who oppose raising the debt limit as "terrorists." On Tuesday, after liberal guest Joan Walsh compared the GOP position ...

MSNBC's Religious Expert Excoriates 'Radical,' 'Theocratic' Christians Who 'Hate' America

In a segment on the religiosity of Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry, MSNBC's Richard Lui on Wednesday looked to an author who smears conservative Christians as "radical," weird individuals who ...

Chris Matthews Smears the 'Scary' GOP as the 'Wahhabis of American Government'

MSNBC's Chris Matthews on Tuesday escalated his attack on the Republican Party, comparing them to a violent sect of Islam. The Hardball host frothed, "Well, the GOP has become the Wahhabis of ...

MSNBC's Martin Bashir: Mitch McConnell 'Suffering Some Kind of Mild Dementia'

MSNBC's Martin Bashir, who once argued Sarah Palin's bus tour was in "breach of federal law," attacked Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Wednesday, wondering if the 69-year-old Republican is ...

Chris Matthews Smears: Bachmann's Praise for the Founders Equals 'Slavery'

After playing a clip of Michele Bachmann longing for a return to the "Founders' vision of a constitutionally conservative government," MSNBC's Chris Matthews on Monday assumed the Republican ...

Tingle Watch: MSNBC Gang Goes Gaga Over GOP Candidate Jon Huntsman

While MSNBC has put most of the current crop of GOP hopefuls through the ringer, their pundits have enthused over ex-Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, using adjectives such as "impressive," "likable," ...

MSNBC's President Trumpets Lefty Identity: Our Network Is the 'Place to Go for Progressives'

In an interview with the AP, MSNBC President Phil Griffin bragged about life after Keith Olbermann, touting the cable channel as "really the place to go for progressives."

Chris Matthews: Weiner Press Conference 'Sort of Like the Hanging of Saddam Hussein'

Chris Matthews came up with a bizarre analogy on Thursday, suggesting that Anthony Weiner's resignation press conference was "sort of like the hanging of Saddam Hussein." While offering criticism ...
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