“I did not deserve to be treated that way that night…”
“It’s a protest in the sense that the mafia tells a store owner ‘Hey, I’d hate to have this place destroyed.'”
This is the exact group CNN hosts defended.
“Tucker Carlson, we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!”
“We know where you sleep at night.”
“An extraordinarily weak affidavit.”
“just a brainstorm of ideas…”
“They may get aggressive and congratulations, you’re in World War III.”
“you’re going to prosecute people who don’t give up their weapons.”
“I think the president should not go anywhere near this [Mueller team].”
“Assad is an evil man, they tell us.”
“Today, I feel that Fox News is assaulting our constitutional order and the rule of law…”
“the piece about…Putin purported preference for Trump, we think is not supported by the evidence.”
“Some would be muttering about secession.”
“He has no command of the facts. He agrees with the last person who speaks with him.”
“We are not intimidated.”
“Are you a Nazi?”
“If this president doesn’t get funding for a wall now, it will never be built. Period.”
“there are solutions to this abuse of monopolistic power.”
“Don’t shoot the friendlies.”
“Shep is a friend, I like him, but he’s so anti-Trump.”
“You supported the Iraq war and then when it went bad you opposed it.”
“He is as bad as Hitler!”
“one of our faculty has turned to the most right-wing, inflammatory propaganda sources on TV today”
Just asking questions.
“Let’s see whether or not I prove it.”
“You clearly have some issues around this.”
Seriously, not literally.
By any means necessary.
“She’s got a consistent left-wing economic view that has a lot of support in the country.”
Morgan: “It’s one of the great hissy fits of modern political times.”
“This is a sham. Your company isn’t real. Your website is fake.”