I have great respect for the man's passion and intellect, but how he can read Joe Scarborough's column jumping on the defamation bandwagon and conclude that the man is "well-meaning" - especially since Hewitt himself says that Scarborough, acting in his capacity as a major, professional publication's "chief conservative columnist," made the argument "a week after it had been discredited" - is beyond me.
So, "well-meaning" people can make defamatory arguments they know not to be true? Really?
Like far too many people, Hewitt talks as though politics is just a game or a sport, not a matter of basic right and wrong with the American people's liberties and well-being in the balance. Rather than condemning Scarborough's actions as dishonest, unethical, immoral, and dishonorable, Hewitt gently chides him as if he's merely been caught traveling in basketball.
If we finally want to get serious about defeating the Left and their unconscionable tactics, this simply won't do. It's high time our elected officials and commentators alike get the message.
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