Tag Archives: Chris Matthews

Brian Williams points a finger at George Bush

NBC News agent provocateur Brian Williams jumped on AZ governor Jan Brewer for wagging her finger at Obama. Last Thursday Brian implored: “Who have you ever seen talking to the president like this and what was this all about?”

The double standard is getting as thick as mud on the obama media.  These people absolutely have no bottom.

The left – so quick to point the finger at others with rules they make up as they go along and never apply to themselves.


Chris Matthews was having a lapse of memory this morning, too:


And the once trusted AP refers to Occupiers that burned an American flag as “largely peaceful.”



Posted:  01.31.12 @ 7:00 p.m.


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Congratulations: GOP candidate joins Democrat Marijuana Hall of Fame

Rick Santorium joins the democrat Marijuana Hall of Fame.  Barack Obama says he inhaled marijuana and frequently because that’s the point.   Chris Matthews giggles about it…..Hilarious.

In an appearance on Wednesday’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” on CNN, Republican candidate Rick Santorum admitted that he smoked marijuana as a student in college.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/08/31/rick-santorum-i-smoked-pot-as-a-college-student/#ixzz1Wi6qqX00

Posted:  09.01.11 @ 10:30 a.m.

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“Dedicated to the One I Love”: Chris to Barack

In honor of the new era of civility and endless love:

“And I forgot he was black tonight for an hour.” — Chris Matthews

And who’s racist?

Posted:  01.28.11

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Tea Party to republicans – some straight talk on spending cuts

Well, now, tea party guy puts it on the line, talks in language easy to understand.  Republicans in the cross-hairs.  But the republicans are in rehab and so far they are doing just fine.

Posted:  01.21.11

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Mark Levin promises to sue for libel

Mark Levin is one of America’s preeminent conservative commentators and constitutional lawyers.  Levin has served as a top advisor to several members of President Ronald Reagan’s Cabinet – including as Chief of Staff to the Attorney General of the United States. In 2001, the American Conservative Union named Levin the recipient of the prestigious Ronald Reagan Award. He currently practices law in the private sector, heading up the prestigious Landmark Legal Foundation in Washington DC.

Mark made these comments on his show after Chris Matthews chose to malign him on Hardball on MSNBC.  I would like nothing better than to see some lawsuits for libel filed.  I wrote to Mark on his Facebook page to ask him to look into filing something on behalf of ordinary American citizens who have aligned themselves with the Tea Party movement.  We, in effect, have been accused of being accessory to a murder in Tuscon, Arizona. They can’t do that and yet they do continue to, on and on and on to lie about the Tea Party.

I am going to post at the bottom the results of some research I did previously about the libel laws and defamation of character.  I think we have a good case.  Because when they attack the Tea Party, they are actually attacking American citizens who have practiced their First Amendment right to assemble, and when they attack talk radio, they are actually attacking those who listen to talk radio.

So he can sue on his own behalf or he can sue on behalf of his listeners or the Tea Party (a collection of private citizens exercising their right to freedom of speech and peaceful assembly.)

And  if anybody on the planet should sue them, it should be Sarah Palin.

But here is what Levin had to say the other day.  God bless him. (See transcript on Newsbusters)

Quoting Noel Sheppard of Newsbusters

If these people now calling for civility actually want the rhetoric to be toned down, they should begin doing so in their own TV studios, radio booths, and pressrooms.

Failing that, they should stop pointing their hypocritical fingers at anyone else or be sued for libel.

Bravo, Mark. Bravo!”

Research on libel and defamation:

Defamation—also called calumny, vilification, slander (for transitory statements), and libel (for written, broadcast, or otherwise published words)—is the communication of a statement that makes a claim, expressly stated or implied to be factual, that may give an individual, business, product, group, government, or nation a negative image.

Libel or slander must be:

  1. Communicated to someone else.  [as in broadcasting on national tv day and night]
  2. Harmful to the reputation of the person (or group) the statement refers to [yes, harmful and hurtful, too]
  3. Malicious [and it goes without saying that it is malicious]

“”the falsity of the accusation is to be implied till the contrary is shown.”” 2 East, R. 436

“”Malice is in general to be presumed until the contrary be proved.””


Posted:  01.14.11

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Chris Matthews vs Zell Miller – Flashback (Video)

I am still upset about the election coverage of MSNBC, and it brought to my mind this encounter of Zell Miller with Chris Matthews.  The same Chris Matthews who browbeat Michele Bachmann and Marsha Blackburn Tuesday night.  I added this to the post about the coverage, but I thought it was worth a separate post here.  Mr. Miller is what I would call a southern gentleman, something Chris Matthews knows nothing about.  Enjoy.

Posted:  11.05.10


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Mosque supporter curses old man – Pataki tries reason on Chris Matthews

First video is an example of a “loving liberal” mosque supporter cursing out an old man.  Talk about hate speech, anti-Semitism, bigoted intolerance of other opinions, and just plain meanness, this seems to be the spirit of the far left radicals.  Warning:  numerous obscenities are not bleeped out.

Below, Chris Matthews takes on Former Governor of New York, Pataki.  Using reason, Pataki won the debate against Matthews and Eugene Robinson hands down on every point.

See Newsbusters for the full video and a complete transcript.

And about Rauf being at Daniel Pearl’s funeral, Daniel’s father says “move the mosque.”.


Posted:  08.26.10


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