Chuck Todd May Have a Set New Low in Constitutional Knowledge While Attacking Roy Moore

You might know that NBC’s talking head Chuck Todd turns out to be a real dunce in Constitutional knowledge. Then again, in his eagerness to get a shot in on Judge Roy Moore, GOP candidate for Alabama Senator, he just lost control. Upon further thought, it is not surprising that a liberal talking head from CNN really does not know and probably has not read the Constitution of the United States of America.

His attempted put down of Judge Moore was met with a Twitter Storm of great magnitude. Mr. Todd attacked Mr. Moore’s statement,” rights don’t come from government, they don’t come from the Bill of Rights, they come from God.” Chuckie Boy poo-pooed that statement and claimed that our rights originate with the Constitution. There was an immediate and active rebuttal. I don’t know what school he went to, but where I went, it was perfectly clear that God grants us everything.

As Written By Cortney O’Brien for Townhall:

Chuck Todd thought he had caught Roy Moore in a hot mic moment and sought to expose his ignorance of the Constitution. The MSNBC anchor shared the following soundbite, in which Moore, fresh off of his win in the Alabama Senate primary, told a reporter that “rights don’t come from government, they don’t come from the Bill of Rights, they come from God.”

Todd interpreted that as proof Moore was not properly briefed on the Constitution.


The media pundit asserted that Moore’s remarks were “just a taste” of the “very fundamentalist views” that led to his removal from office twice as Alabama’s chief justice. He also asserted that Moore and his crazy views are scaring the GOP to death.

It’s an interesting theory. However, social media users quickly jumped to….


Chuck Todd: Roy Moore Is Ignorant of Constitution for Saying Rights Come from God – Cortney O’Brien

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