Video: MSNBC propagandist Chris Matthews thinks Trump supporters are dogs being trained by Trump

It’s no secret that liberal media propagandists hate President Trump and hate anyone who supports him.  Chris Matthews — one of the many faces of hate at MSNBC, the official network of insane liberal hate — went so far as to compare Trump supporters to untrained dogs being trained by the president at his rallies.

Newsbusters’ Curtis Houck tells us:

Expressing disgust with President Trump’s attitudes going into this week’s NATO summit and subsequent sit-down with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Matthews ruled that Trump supporters are like untamed dogs with Trump “dog-training these people” to hate NATO and love Putin.

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After a montage of the President discussing both at his Montana rally last week, Matthews wondered if people realize “to hell what this guy’s doing” with the Republican Party and its outlook on foreign policy.

Matthews screeched that he’s taking the one political party that, during the Cold War, hated the Russians the most “for all their aggressiveness in the world and taking over the countries on the border and being tyrannical the way they are now and he has those people cheering against Western Europe, which is liberal and democratic and free market and attacking them.”

Houck posted a transcript of Matthews’ comments:

MATTHEWS: Do you realize to hell what this guy’s doing? He is taking a Republican Party, a grass roots party that’s spent 60, 70 years leading the war in the Cold War, hating the Russians for all their aggressiveness in the world and taking over the countries on the border and being tyrannical the way they are now and he has those people cheering against Western Europe, which is liberal and democratic and free market and attacking them while saying how Trump — agreeing with Trump is “he’s doing his best.”

SAHIL KAPUR: It’s remarkable to think —

MATTHEWS: And the way he’s dog — he’s dog-training these people.

KAPUR: — right. One of the most consistent criticisms of Republicans toward President Obama was that he was alienating American allies and emboldening its enemies and I think President Trump is doing this on a level that would make a lot of Republicans nervous. It isn’t making them nervous.

MATTHEWS: But why are they cheering him.

KAPUR: It’s because they have to walk a fine line. They’re afraid of their base. Their base likes him.

Here’s video, courtesy of MRC:

Matthews’ rhetoric seems designed to purposefully dehumanize Trump supporters as part of the media’s ongoing effort to foment hate and possibly violence.

As a result of rhetoric like this, Trump supporters are routinely harassed and assaulted by insane leftists.

If you need proof of that, just take a gander at John Nolte’s growing list of media-sanctioned attacks against Trump supporters, which, as of this writing, has grown to 305 incidents.

Liberalism, as I’ve said repeatedly, is an ideology of insane, bloodthirsty rage and hate.  Sadly, leftists like Matthews prove that assertion correct on just about any given day.

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