As Twitchy told you, CNBC’s John Harwood tripped all over himself to defend MS-13’s humanity:
however repugnant their actions, MS-13 gang members are human beings IMHO
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) May 17, 2018
That sounds awful familiar … where have we heard it before? We can’t seem to put our fingers on it.
But Stephen Miller, aka @redsteeze, sure can:
“Very fine people on both sides.” pic.twitter.com/nd0134sCUn
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) May 17, 2018
Rewind to last year, when John Harwood had this to say about Trump’s post-Charlottesville remarks:
Trump's response to Charlottesville shows him at odds with the values of the country he was elected to serve https://t.co/Dbpmve1u8g
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) August 14, 2017
In addressing the attack, Trump cast white supremacists and neo-Nazis carrying torches onto the University of Virginia campus as morally equivalent to counter-protesters advocating racial equality. His stance — a purposeful choice by a president who relishes singling out so many others for criticism — places him at odds with the values of the nation he was elected to serve.
Defending the humanity of a gang whose motto is “rape, control, kill” … that’s in line with the values of this nation?
— christy hope (@ilike2beright) May 17, 2018
Well played sir 🙂
— Curtis Woodard (@curtinsea) May 17, 2018
This, so f'ing so much this.
— JLT (@JLTorso) May 17, 2018
So much owning. This should win an award. Bravo ?
— LabRat (@DubiBoat) May 17, 2018
We love the smell of hypocrisy in the morning. Speaking of which:
"one person close to Trump has described him as a 'caged animal' under Kelly"https://t.co/BnXlskVDSS
— Jeryl Bier (@JerylBier) May 17, 2018
not a flattering picture: "one person close to Trump has described him as a 'caged animal' under Kelly" https://t.co/jSkctIo63b
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) August 17, 2017
And you repeated it, John Harwood? For shame!
Isn’t calling people “animals” was a bad thing?
— Big Brown Dog (@Jckluge) May 17, 2018