Friday, July 31, 2015

Oh, MSNB-Hee Haw!

MSNBC’s ‘The Cycle’ Has No Idea Lindsey Graham And Jim Gilmore Are Different People [VIDEO]

By Christian Datoc, July 30, 2015 Daily Caller

While discussing which Republican presidential candidates will be taking part in the Fox News debate on Aug. 6, MSNBC’s “The Cycle” revealed they have no idea that Sen. Lindsey Graham and former VA Gov. Jim Gilmore are in fact two different people. (RELATED: “The Cycle” Among MSNBC Shows Getting The Axe)

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1 comment:

  1. Hello Larry, enjoy the daily show and excellent insights you offer, since it seems that about half of country's inhabitants appear to have become braindead in their thinking and support of the leftist agenda. I want to ask, however, that with the overwhelming amount of evidence against the likes of HRC, Keith Ellison, Maxine Waters, Nancy pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Jeff Merkley, Ron Wyden, Patty Murray, Bill C. and Barack Obama, among others, why are these people not being charged with crimes as yet? Maxine Waters' call to treat GOP members and Trump cabinet members as personas non grata is abominable, despicable and divisive on many levels. How much more do we need to hear of all their misdeeds? We, the listening audience, we are tired of the daily rhetoric that is talk radio, regurgitating ad nauseum all of the wacky activities that so many Democrats are continuing to pester us with. I say it's time to drag these habitual malcontents to the courts and charge them with the crimes that they are clearly guilty of. If the average citizen had committed even 1/100th of the crimes these politicians have and continue to commit, we would be locked up and the keys tossed in the ocean. Time to stop talking and get moving to action.


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