Godwin’s Law is alive, well, and as illiterate as ever. Chris Matthews may be the Right’s new favy-fave on MSNBC as part of the network freaks out over Bernie Sanders’ rise — and not for no reason, either — but his ridiculous hyperbole over the weekend has its audience seeing red in an entirely different manner. Matthews, in trying to describe the inevitability of Sanders’ march to the nomination, reached into his bag of analogies and came up with … the Nazi invasion of France in 1940?
“I’m reading last night,” Matthews tells Brian Williams, “about the fall of France in the summer of 1940, and the general Renault calls up Churchill and says, ‘It’s over!'”
Some in the audience now want it to be over for Matthews — and some on MSNBC’s air, too: