Vicious Leftists: MSNBC, WashPost's "Unbiased" Rubin: 'Special Place in Hell' for Kellyanne Conway

Jake Baker  ·  November 26, 2017  ·  Featured, Media-Entertainment, Left Wing Ideology, Leftist Bullies

By: Brad Wilmouth

On Saturday's AM Joy, Washington Post columnist and frequent MSNBC guest Jennifer Rubin was near breaking her own record for aiming vitriol at Republicans as she declared that "there is a special place in hell" for Kellyanne Conway because the White House advisor recently advocated voting for Roy Moore in spite of sexual molestation accusations against the Alabama Republican.

After playing a clip of Conway from FNC's Fox and Friends suggesting that voters should vote for Moore, host Joy Reid turned to Rubin and posed: "So, yes, vote Roy Moore. I mean, and, Jennifer, and the idea that the guy who prosecuted two of the Klansmen who blew up the 16th Street Baptist Church and killed four little kids in the 1960s is weak on crime, is pretty breath-taking."

Rubin attacked Conway as she began:

Well, to quote Ivanka Trump -- who I never quote -- there's a special place in hell for mothers who defend accused child molesters, and that would be Kellyanne Conway. I have no words to describe how, really, atrocious, how despicable this is.

Then, without acknowledging that many Republicans have attacked Moore, Rubin took further aim at the Republican party as she added:

I do want to differ with Kurt (Bardella) in that he sees this noxious branch of the Republican party as a segment. Unfortunately, I think that is the Republican party. You can't kind of pass them off as some fringe group when it's the President of the United States, everybody in the White House, the head of the RNC, the Vice President of the United States. We can go down the line.

And let's face it. The party has already embraced someone who has been serially accused of sexual assault, that's the President. That's Paul Ryan. That's Mitch McConnell. That's everybody. So, listen, to make this distinction that somehow there are good Republicans on this issue and bad Republicans. This is the horror of Donald Trump which he has infested and deformed an entire national political party. And I think they're rotten to the core now, the whole lot of them.

There was no acknowledgement by Rubin of the Democratic party's own history of defending high-level political figures like former Senator Ted Kennedy and former President Bill Clinton in spite of sexual assault accusations. In fact, just a week ago, Rubin hit Democrats from the left to complain about some of them condemning Clinton sex scandals.

Below is a transcript of the relevant portion of the Saturday, November 25, AM Joy on MSNBC:

KELLYANNE CONWAY, WHITE HOUSE ADVISOR: Doug Jones in Alabama? Folks, don't be fooled. He'll be a vote against tax cuts. He's weak on crime, weak on borders. He's strong on raising your taxes -- he's terrible for property owners. And Doug Jones is a doctrinaire liberal, which is why he's not saying anything, and why the media are trying to boost him.

BRIAN KILMEADE, FNC HOST: So vote Roy Moore?

CONWAY: I'm telling you, we want the votes in the Senate to get this tax bill through.

JOY REID: So, yes, vote Roy Moore. I mean, and, Jennifer, and the idea that the guy who prosecuted two of the Klansmen who blew up the 16th Street Baptist Church and killed four little kids in the 1960s is weak on crime, is pretty breath-taking.

JENNIFER RUBIN, WASHINGTON POST: Well, to quote Ivanka Trump -- who I never quote -- there's a special place in hell for mothers who defend accused child molesters, and that would be Kellyanne Conway. I have no words to describe how, really, atrocious, how despicable this is. I do want to differ with Kurt (Bardella) in that he sees this noxious branch of the Republican party as a segment. Unfortunately, I think that is the Republican party. You can't kind of pass them off as some fringe group when it's the President of the United States, everybody in the White House, the head of the RNC, the Vice President of the United States. We can go down the line.

And let's face it. The party has already embraced someone who has been serially accused of sexual assault, that's the President. That's Paul Ryan. That's Mitch McConnell. That's everybody. So, listen, to make this distinction that somehow there are good Republicans on this issue and bad Republicans. This is the horror of Donald Trump which he has infested and deformed an entire national political party. And I think they're rotten to the core now, the whole lot of them.

REID: Yeah, Kurt, isn't that the case? I mean, the Bannon wing owns the party now. They've taken over. Ideologically, Paul Ryan runs behind the President, you know, like a fan. They're all in lockstep. How can you make a distinction?

KURT BARDELLA, ENDEAVOR STRATEGIES: Well, in any event, I don't disagree with that, Jennifer, at all. I mean, no one has been more vocal about the rotting core that Steve Bannon and Donald Trump have perpetrated on this Republican party than I have. It's why I barely consider myself a Republican at this point, and spend almost every day speaking out against them --

RUBIN: Come on out, Kurt, you'll like the weather out here.

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