After complete outrage from Bernie Sanders supporters and calls for his resignation, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews made an on-air apology to Sanders for comparing his Nevada caucus win to the 1940 Nazi invasion of France (see below).

Matthews began his segment on MSNBC with the apology:

“Before getting into tonight’s news, I want to say something quite important and personal. As I watched the one-sided results of Saturday’s Democratic caucus in Nevada, I reached for a historical analogy and used a bad one. I was wrong to refer to an event from the last days, or, actually, the first days of World War II.

He went on to personally apologize to Sanders:

Sen. Sanders, I’m sorry for comparing anything from that tragic era, in which so many suffered, especially the Jewish people, to an electoral result in which you were the well-deserved winner.”


The left is going bonkers over the huge win by Bernie Sanders in the Nevada Primary and NOT in a good way.

Dem Operative James Carville likened the DNC to a circus (see below), and Chris Matthews even said the Sanders victory was how Nazi Germany overran France in 1940:

“It’s too late to stop him … it’s over”

We’d like to know what you think about the comment from Matthews. Was it over the top or just right?

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