Chris Matthews Calls Trump Supporters “Dogs”

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The media and politicians have called President Trump’s followers: “deplorables, irredeemables, Hilterites, Stalinists, KKK, scumbags, unbalanced, Islamophobes, racists, sexists, rioters, raging bigots, terrorists, flat-earthers, liars, crazies”. However, Chris Matthews appears to have come up with a new insult: Trump supporters are “dogs”.

The latest lie being thrown around in the media is the claim that Donald Trump is anti-semitic. When the horrific crimes against Jewish students take place at UC Davis, they are nowhere to be found. When Obama made the Middle East far more dangerous for Israel, the media defended him.

Trump’s immediate family of course, is largely Jewish.

It was in that context in which Chris Matthews found time to call Trump followers “dogs”.

Montel Williams, a Trump hater, said: “’I’m a guest, I’ve kept my mouth shut. I look at the television and I watch the reporting and I blow up. I call people. Then I write op-ed pieces. And I’m thinking in terms of what he just said yesterday about the fact everybody’s jumped aboard. He 100 percent decrying any form of racism. Well, if he was, why do we not see him standing on television saying, ‘We are going to use the power of my office to hunt down everyone who turns over any tomb, or any grave, any gravestone. I’m going to hunt down every single person who attacks or has filed a false complaint against any synagogue in America.’ He’s not doing that.’”

Montel didn’t bother to mention that VP Mike Pence helped clean up a desecrated Jewish cemetery and that Trump did issue strong statements against anti-Semitism.

Matthews responded, “He doesn’t want to shake apart his coalition. This is his voter group.”

Williams said, “25 percent of his voting group understands that they agree with him and all the nasty rhetoric. You got to remember something, very recently —“

Matthews, aka Tingles, concluded, “So the dog whistle was heard by the dogs?”

It’s not all of Trump’s followers, it’s 24% of them. Show us the stats Matthews!

Its Hillary who barked like a dog.


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Terra Pennington
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Terra Pennington
7 years ago

But I didn’t bark like a Bic- in heat like Hillary. But hey if it makes you feel good call me what ever you want. But before you do Tell me one person other than Bill and Hillary that used a PERSONAL SERVER to do their job in the WH? Not a personals e-mail address but a SERVER.

David Byrne
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David Byrne
7 years ago

Someone calls me a dog and I’m proud!! I love dogs, they’re more honorable, and loyal than ANY politician I’ve ever met, so if you call me a dog , why that’s a compliment sure!! Call me a politician and you might just wake up looking at the sky, and wondering WTF!!!

Helen Witschi
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Helen Witschi
7 years ago

Chris, since I am a dog lover, no better compliment can be paid. Dogs are loyal, loving, and do not condemn. You might want to take a better look at species before you start using names. However, I will say that any animal’s name that you might use is far better than you. You have a brain that is SUPPOSED to be used to disseminate information . . . however, you don’t seem to be able to use yours.

elchucko
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elchucko
7 years ago

Chris, Bow wow. 😉

Greg
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Greg
7 years ago

Since when does the Federal Government get involved in local crimes. There is much worse anti-Semitism that actually affects “people” and that is on “Liberal” colleges. There are physical threats And attacks. It’s rather ironic that where the Feds DO have authority is immigration enforcement, yet these same people decry any Federal involvement.

As far as “condemning” any acts I have always felt this is nothing more than a charade. I guess it makes those who want a condemnation feel better about “themselves”. What it Does allow is for someone to just make a statement without doing anything about it, especially when there Can be something done. What is truly Pathetic, in the extreme, is if one doesn’t condemn he automatically “supports” it. I would say, in most cases, they are meaningless words.