Why, it’s almost as if Talking Points Memo editor Josh Marshall doesn’t care about journalistic integrity at all!
— Talking Points Memo (@TPM) November 20, 2015
Marshall’s the one who’s not ready.
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) November 20, 2015
Public diplomacy is not usually long on nuance. So whatever comes after, start with the fact that Rubio directly compares Islam to Nazism, which is a pretty mind-boggling thing for a serious contender for the presidency to say. But what he says after that goes a lot deeper. [Emphasis is Twitchy’s]
Yeah … no. Here’s what Rubio said, according to the transcript Marshall includes in his piece:
So no, Josh. Rubio most definitely did not compare “all Muslims to Nazi Party members.” Once again, because leftist dolts refuse to acknowledge that radical Islam is a thing, Marshall thinks he can get away with accusing Marco Rubio of impugning Muslims in general.
What an ass.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) November 20, 2015
Really strenuous effort to make this innocuous analogy controversial. https://t.co/YzEVUOYMGm
— Noah Rothman (@NoahCRothman) November 20, 2015
Holy misleading headline, Batman. Make sure to stretch before doing the gymnastics needed to get that from his words https://t.co/YeimTY2nuq
— Sarah Rumpf (@rumpfshaker) November 20, 2015
— Sideshow Trump (@Thewbert3) November 20, 2015
— Krisella (@krisella0000) November 20, 2015
— Michael Garrison (@MikeDGarrison) November 20, 2015
— Ori (@OriKeinan) November 20, 2015
— Carlos Williams (@Smart_Sapper12B) November 20, 2015
— BenzobristtypeWH (@BWH85) November 20, 2015
— Josh King (@KingPolitics) November 20, 2015
— mcbob (@mcbob) November 20, 2015
— Adso of Melk (@PalimpsestMan) November 20, 2015
— Happy Pappy (@fapnot) November 20, 2015
— Remember Scalia (@Mattfobrien) November 20, 2015
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— Lee Doren (@LDoren) November 20, 2015
— #WriteInRubio (@corrcomm) November 20, 2015
Exactly. And Josh wants to make sure that business is booming.