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April 19, 2014
MSNBC host Chris Hayes debates Michele Fiore on Bundy ranch. Doesn't fare well for Hayes.Topics: Political News and commentaries
This story comes to us courtesy of The Right Scoop via Hot Air. While people gathered at Cliven Bundy's ranch in protest of the BLM's handling of affairs there, the protesters were joined by Nevada Assemblywoman Michele Fiore. This prompted MSNBC host (and liberal loon) Hayes to interview (attack) her, and the Scoop captures the video for us.
It becomes almost immediately clear that Fiore wasn't about to have the conversation steered to any liberal talking points:
Jazz Shaw sums it up at Hot Air (emphasis mine):
Hayes tries his very best to repeatedly get Fiore to agree that Bundy is a criminal of one sort or another and goes the extra mile in slyly trying to get the Assemblywoman to say she agrees with Bundy that the federal government has no authority. She's having none of it, and drives the conversation back to a few key points like a jackhammer.By the end of the interview it becomes clear that Hayes is more than happy to see it end. As for Fior's last point, yes there's most definitely something "suspicious" (actually downright fishy - it stinks to high heaven) about Harry Ried's involvement in this mess.
- Why is the federal government sending men with guns to collect a debt, assuming one is owed?
- How much, if anything does Bundy actually owe? Liberals have been throwing around the figure of A MILLION DOLLARS for some time now, but then backed off to possibly only being a couple hundred thousand.
- Why is Harry Reid so heavily involved when something definitely looks "suspicious" about that?
Posted by Hyscience at April 19, 2014 11:34 PM
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