MSNBC Defends State Senator Who Told Gun Rights Activist “Go F**k Yourself”
Ailing network attacks Infowars correspondent for asking real questions
Paul Joseph Watson
March 28, 2014
MSNBC host Chris Hayes rushed to defend Rhode Island State Senator Josh Miller (D) after he told a gun rights activist “go fuck yourself,” laying the blame instead on Infowars correspondent Dan Bidondi for daring to ask real questions of public officials.
Labeling Miller’s outburst “absolutely justifiable profanity,” Hayes criticized RNC Communications Director Sean Spicer merely for tweeting out a link to the YouTube video of the exchange which shows both Miller and a member of his staff telling Bidondi to “go fuck yourself” after Bidondi spoke out against Miller’s unconstitutional stance on the second amendment.
Obviously the thousands of Americans who besieged Miller over his response didn’t perceive the Representative’s behavior to be “absolutely justifiable”. The backlash was so severe that Miller was forced to terminate his entire Facebook page after issuing a public apology. The vast majority of the near 700 respondents who commented on the YouTube video were also not impressed.