On the Thursday edition of her MSNBC show, Nicolle Wallace shed any pretense of compassionate or even dispassionate political analysis, and embraced her inner hatred.
Speaking about the 22 Republicans who wouldn’t vote for Jordan with ex-GOP congressman and Never Trumper David Jolly, Wallace said:
“I know why I have a visceral rejection of Jim Jordan and it precedes his role in overturning the result of the 2020 election, but tell me why they hate him, the 22?”
“Visceral rejection:” euphemism for hating someone deep in your guts. As proved by her question to Jolly, asking why those 22 Republicans, in line with her feelings, “hate him.”
“Yeah, in many ways it is a culmination of the evolution of the Republican party to where it is today, and so those who remember a previous party are the ones saying, wait a minute, Jordan cannot be our Speaker, and here’s why. Jordan emerged just before the Tea Party in 2010 and helped usher in this brand of conservatism that believes government is the enemy.”
Really? Jordan is not in the trad …