“Shepard, I will say this, look, it, it is time for folks across party lines, across ideological lines to con–to condemn this violence, to condemn this insanity. We gotta come together. We’ve got to say that all lives matter,” Jindal said, according to a partial transcript posted at the Gateway Pundit. “It doesn’t matter what color you are: Black, white, brown, red, it doesn’t matter. All lives matter. We’ve got to protect and value our belief…”
Smith then cut in to attack Jindal:
“Governor, you know, you know that that phrase you just used is is one that’s seen by many as, as derogatory, right? I, I just wonder why it is that you use that phrase when there’s a certain segment of the population that believes it’s a real dig on ’em.”
Here’s video of the segment:
Twitter immediately responded:
— Amy Gregg (@AmyGreggthatsme) July 17, 2016
— Matt DDA (@DeplorableTrain) July 17, 2016
— GodGuns&Trump 🇺🇸 (@PatriotByGod) July 17, 2016
Yes, it is…
Fox also caught flak on its Facebook page.
“Smith needs to shut the hell up. All lives do matter and he treated the Governor disgustingly….why you keep him on the air is beyond me…I will no longer watch him or Megan Kelly;;;have you noticed how you are losing viewers? Do you give a damn?” one person posted.
“And Shep Smith made a total fool of himself with his replies to Bobby Jindal. He should be fired,” another person said.
Jindal also tweeted his message that all lives matter, no doubt causing liberal heads to explode everywhere:
Our thoughts and prayers are with our law enforcement community after today's horrible shootings. All lives matter, plain and simple.
— Gov. Bobby Jindal (@BobbyJindal) July 17, 2016
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