Did Chris Matthews Just Imply Trump Should Murder Jared Kushner [Video]

Well, apparently MSNBC’s Chris Matthews decided to turn the rhetoric up and not down when it comes to Jared Kushner. As you watch this video and/or read the transcript, you will be appalled as Mattews actuals proposes that the President murder his son-in-law. Watch the video has he compares the Trump administration to the World War II dictatorship of Mussolini. Or observe when he compares Ivanka and her husband to the sons of Sadam Hussain, Uday and Qusay. It is obvious that Chris is an unbridled hate-monger who feels free to say anything that come to the end of his tongue. When will this alt-left hate monger be held accountable for the dastardly things that he says? DO NOT watch this if you are prone to anger and outrage as that is what will occur. 

As Written By Curtis Houck for Newsbusters:

Go ahead and criticize President Trump’s Mika tweet, but there’s no denying this was disturbing. On Thursday’s Hardball, MSNBC pundit Chris Matthews compared the President to not only communist Ethiopian dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam and a modern-day Romanov but also channel Benito Mussolini having son-in-law Jared Kushner murdered.

As he’s previously done(documented herehere, and here), Matthews reiterated his belief that Kushner and wife Ivanka Trump are akin to the murderous sons of Saddam Hussein, Uday and Qusay.

Let’s first start with Matthews invoking Mengistu. During a tease about reported disarray in the Trump administration with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson being stonewalled from doing his job, Matthews gloated about the “meltdown.”

“It’s a far cry from that love feast we watched a few weeks ago, which is right out of Mengistu’s government in Ethiopia with all the people bowing to the president. Apparently all is not well in paradise,” Matthews quipped………


Matthews Suggests Trump Channel Mussolini, Murder Kushner; Compares Him to Ethiopian Dictator

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