Chris Matthews confused GOP Sen. Tim Scott, who was at President Trump’s rally in SC sitting next to Sen. Lindsey Graham with Dem Jaime Harrison, who is running against Graham in November. Even worse for Matthews? Harrison was his guest at the time he made the error.
Have a watch:
Yikes! MSNBC's Chris Matthews confuses SC Dem Senate candidate Jaime Harrison with current SC GOP Senator Tim Scott. pic.twitter.com/m8G3DFna3D
— Rich Noyes (@RichNoyes) February 29, 2020
Maybe it’s time Matthews hung it up?
The question none of my sources at NBC and MSNBC can answer…what value does Chris Matthews bring to the network?
— Yashar Ali ? (@yashar) February 28, 2020
Keep in mind, this week alone Matthews was also criticized for his interview with Elizabeth Warren:
Last night, @HardballChris GRILLED Elizabeth Warren for bringing up Bloomberg’s “Kill it” comment to a pregnant employee. She was under fire, not Bloomberg.
Matthews settled a similar lawsuit in 2017. Lack of women in media leadership REALLY MATTERS. https://t.co/oVm0oBja14
— Brianna Wu (@BriannaWu) February 26, 2020
That interview prompted journo Laura Bassett to finally name Matthews as the guy who was allegedly “gross and inappropriate” with her in the past:
In 2017, I wrote about a cable news host being gross and inappropriate with me. I was afraid to name him at the time. I'm not anymore; it was Chris Matthews! And his sexist exchange with Warren this week inspired me to revisit those moments and name him https://t.co/oBWXXJDPhR
— Laura Bassett (@LEBassett) February 28, 2020
And the Warren interview prompted calls for his firing:
— The Hill (@thehill) February 29, 2020
Earlier in the week, he had to apologize for comparing Bernie Sanders to the Nazi army invading France:
— Shelby Talcott (@ShelbyTalcott) February 25, 2020
Is an offensive comment about Pete Buttigieg next?