MSNBC Host Makes Disgusting Comment About The Brutal Attack On Rand Paul [Video]

[DISGUSTING VIDEO] Just who the hell is Kasie Hunt on MSNBC and why would she make such a disgusting comment about the injury of another? You can look her up HERE at Wikipedia and there is a short blurb about her in there.  The latest Wikik information on her said:

She started appearing regularly on MSNBC as a political reporter and in November 2014 became a political correspondent. She writes for and appears regularly on MSNBC and Bloomberg shows, including Morning Joe, Hardball with Chris Matthews, and With All Due Respect.

In October 2017, Hunt began anchoring her own talk show, Kasie DC, which airs Sundays at 7 p.m.

What kind of liberal hate monger is she to take delight in the injuries to a United States Senator, Rand Paul? What does that tell you about the type of “reporting” that she produces? Is she objective? Should she be employed as a talking head? Decidedly not.

As Written by Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

An MSNBC host took great joy in reporting on the attack of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who suffered multiple broken bones when his Democratic neighbor assaulted him earlier this month.

MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt said that the attack that left the Republican Senator with six broken ribs and a damaged lung was “one of [her] favorite stories.”

“New details today on the incident that left Senator Rand Paul with six broken ribs – this might be one of my favorite stories,” Hunt said enthusiastically.

Paul, 54, was attacked by his neighbor – 59-year-old registered Democrat Rene Boucher – while he was doing yard work on November 3.

Authorities have already stated that they believe the attack was politically motivated but that did not stop Hunt from claiming that the attack was sparked by…..



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