MSNBC seems to abide by Rahm Emanuel’s “never let a good tragedy go to waste. Just hours after it was discovered that bombs were sent to the Obamas, the Clintons and the CNN office in New York City, MSNBC was back at their usual tactics: blaming President Trump.
Philippe Reines, a former aide to Hillary Clinton, made multiple appearances on the network where he placed all of the blame for the scares on President Trump and his rhetoric. Reines says Trump has is responsible for our current political climate.
However, I don’t recall President Trump telling Democrats to harass Republicans and those with who you disagree with in public.
What I do remember is Maxine Waters encouraging her lemmings to harass. I also remember Hillary Clinton saying that being civil was not possible with the Republicans. Seems to be that it was Eric Holder who said that when Republicans go low, Democrats will kick them.
And there was also this condoning and encouragement of violence by Mr. Reines himself.
I’m not sure, but I don’t think it was a Republican voter that opened fired on Republican legislators on a softball field, nearly killing Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise. Oh, that’s right, he that’s because he was a Bernie Sanders supporter.
Former Hillary Clinton adviser Philippe Reines on MSNBC Wednesday wasted no time before suggesting President Trump is "responsible" for today's bomb scare. pic.twitter.com/EcyG75F0Ru
— Chris Menahan 🇺🇸 (@infolibnews) October 24, 2018
Philippe Reines on MSNBC says Trump is obviously to blame for spate of suspicious packages: "There is no human being more responsible for the climate we’re in than Donald Trump." pic.twitter.com/Oc3H14PqL3
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 24, 2018
Reines is simply looking to pass blame and not wanting to accept any responsibility he and his party has played a role in condoning and encouraging violence.
Has Trump said some idiotic things? Of course, but to say that all of the blame belongs on Trump is not only ignorant, it’s totally and completely wrong.