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Chris Matthews Again Makes a Jackass of Himself

Posted by Steve Markowitz on May 27, 2012

Ultra Leftist commentator from MSNBC, Chris Matthews, has once again proven why he has been the butt of many jokes.  His infamy began during the 2008 presidential election when he said: “I have to tell you, you know, it’s part of reporting this case, this election, the feeling most people get when they hear Barack Obama’s speech.  My, I felt this thrill going up my leg.  I mean, I don’t have that too often.”  Besides showing a bias that was outrageous even for the mainstream media, it showed how few thrills Matthews must have has during his life.

Matthews was recently questioned by C-SPAN’s Steve Scully about the thrill quote.  After Scully read the quote he asked Matthews if the thrill for Obama remains today and specifically requested a yes or no answer to the question.  Matthews did not answer the question, but instead went on to attack Scully stating: “Perhaps I shouldn‘t have said so because I’ve given a lot of jackasses the chance to talk about it.”  Then to make sure that his attack on Scully was complete, Matthew and: “I hope that you feel satisfied that you‘ve used the most obvious question that is raised by every horse’s ass right-winger I ever bump into.”

Matthews reaction is telling.  Typical of the radical Left, when Matthews is questioned on his statement his response is to claim that anyone who raises the issue to be a jackass or a right-winger.  If Matthews wants to understand what a jackass really looks like, a mirror would be the appropriate tool.

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