A few MSNBC hosts, in case you haven’t heard yet, made complete fools of themselves as they attempted to make a fool out of Mitt Romney and the crowd greeting him at an Ohio campaign stop.
On Wednesday, MSNBC’s Gorgon, Mika Brzezinski, aired a clip of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney leading what seems like a failed “Romney-Ryan” chant at a campaign stop in Ohio on Tuesday. Mika wanted the audience to believe that the crowd was chanting “Ryan-Rayn” and Romney was trying to insert himself into the chant.
Scarborough, the fake, token Republican co-host said, Oh Sweet Jesus,” as he feigned embarrassment [he was really being condescending]. Mika then said “What’s wrong with those people?”
Martin Bashir continued the ridicule the next day.
This is the clip they played:
The sound is adjusted but I hear “Romney” in this clip.
Anyway, did you notice how Scarborough used the name of the Lord in vain? Shouldn’t we get our RPG’s out and have a spontaneous demonstration?
Getting back to what happened at the rally. Paul Ryan had finished a speech and the crowd was calling out ‘Ryan! Ryan!’
Paul Ryan introduced Mitt Romney and the crowd started to call out ‘Romney! Romney!’ Romney stopped the crowd to add ‘Ryan’ to the chant.
Ryan then said he did not have to be added to the chant.
Listen to the segment where the woman calls in about the actual events as they unfolded:
C-Span backs it up:
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