MSNBC’s Chris Matthews Terrorist Sympathizer? Claims They’re “Regular Guys Like Us”

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

Liberals seem to be increasingly sympathetic towards terrorists. I truly, honest to God do not understand how someone can be empathetic towards a person who screams “death to America” and literally strive to kill as many people as possible. The worst part is that the terrorists are so committed that they are WILLING to die, and PLAN to die in order to kill anyone who does not agree with their religion.

We all know that CNN is notorious for jumping into bed with terrorism and anything that could possibly be anti-Trump. It looks like MSNBC isn’t far behind. Chris Matthews made an obvious pro-terrorist speech and explains how they are simply “regular guys” who are fighting Israeli oppression.

I am actually baffled to the point that I am almost speechless. He said, “I think people get bullied for so long, and then they fight back.” Wow. By that rhetoric, he probably defends school shooters too, right?

He continues, “You know what they’re destroying? I’ve been there. When you go over there to the Palestinian territories, sure, there are terrorists, and they should be punished — by the people over there, that’s where I think they’ve gotta act.” Matthews said, “But then you have these Palestinian business guys, regular guys like us, just regular people, they’re peaceful, they are being bothered every day of their life to run their business. They have to sit there with some Israeli soldier pointing his gun at them, for three or four hours at every checkpoint. They’re humiliating those people. When’s that cauldron gonna blow?”

Watch for yourself:

https://youtu.be/VdYnYheh9Ow

 

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