MSNBC Host: Antifa is on the Side of the Angels

Nicole Wallace, MSNBC’s answer to Joseph Goebbels, on Thursday said that the domestic terror group antifa, known for their attacks on young girls and veterans in wheelchairs as well as burning, looting and attacking police with bottles and bricks, are really good people who are on the side of the angels.

She may be right about the angel part.  After all, Satan was an angel, too.  Nichole Wallace is the same MSNBC host that said her family was in shatters because her parents supported Donald Trump.  You shatter your family because you don’t like or respect your parent’s political choices.  Right…

Wallace was a campaign aide to John McCain, the alleged “Republican” who ran against Barack Obama in 2008, although she hates Sarah Palin with a passion.  She once said, God Forbid that Sarah Palin should ever become president.

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And she is supposed to be a Republican.  She loves Antifa and Mccain but hates Trump and Palin.  Nuff said?

According to the Daily Caller:

Wallace’s comments came in response to recent remarks from President Trump, who doubled-down on his “both sides” statement regarding the violence in Charlottesville, Va. between white nationalists and “anti-fascists.”

“I think, especially in light of the advent of Antifa, if you look at what’s going on there, you have some pretty bad dudes on the other side also, and essentially that’s what I said,” Trump said on Thursday.

“Because of what’s happened since [Charlottesville] with Antifa, when you look at really what’s happened since Charlottesville, a lot of people are saying, and people have actually written, ‘Gee, Trump may have a point.’ I said there’s some very bad people on the other side also,” he continued.

Wallace condemned Trump for the comment.

“There were really bad guys on the side of the KKK, and then there were good people opposing the KKK,” she said. “One of the people on the side of angels lost her life.”

The “side of angels” attacked peaceful demonstrators and law enforcement in Portland, Oregon just last weekend, which resulted in the injury of two police officers.

Wallace was one of the first to endorse Jeb Bush:

Former White House Communications Director for George W. Bush Nicolle Wallace seemed to give an early presidential announcement for Jeb Bush in an interview with Yahoo’s “the Insider” on Thursday.

Wallace said, “I’m so excited that Jeb Bush is running.”

She also stated that she wishes Hillary Clinton wasn’t “the woman” running for president, but one of many, and that the country hasn’t “arrived” until this happens. And “Republicans have said much worse things about me than any Democrat ever has. So, those fights hurt a little more cause you feel like ‘oh my God, I’ve spent more than a decade electing Republican presidents, working for Republican governors. How can they be mad at me?’”

Well, naturally the people on the other side of the fence (Republicans) will speak more badly about you than those on your side (Democrats). I really can’t see why that is such a surprise.

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