Who’s Neville Chamberlain? Bret Baier tells tweeter to Google it

In his analysis of President Obama’s inauguration speech, Fox News’ Bret Baier was surprised that more attention wasn’t paid to what he thought was a familiar phrase: “peace in our time.”

And we must be a source of hope to the poor, the sick, the marginalized, the victims of prejudice – not out of mere charity, but because peace in our time requires the constant advance of those principles that our common creed describes:  tolerance and opportunity; human dignity and justice.

Even more surprising than the lifting of a line from Neville Chamberlain, though, was a tweet to Baier asking, who’s Neville Chamberlain?

https://twitter.com/penguinponders/status/293868337316913153

Baier’s response? Google it.

https://twitter.com/LucianneLinks/status/293871687756288000

https://twitter.com/harrisng/status/293869204153696256

https://twitter.com/TimmyCBU/status/293886357162557440

https://twitter.com/donkbuster99/status/293867886357909504

https://twitter.com/scktwstdfrk/status/293868154885640192

https://twitter.com/like2write/status/293868288176447488

https://twitter.com/nolan_md/status/293868489670787072

So, which is more troubling? That Americans don’t know who Neville Chamberlain was, or that the president chose him to quote in his inaugural address?

https://twitter.com/shine_right/status/293868279045443584

https://twitter.com/sal_mac/status/293870097934725120

https://twitter.com/sal_mac/status/293870372355465216

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