MSNBC Host Says He Feels Uncomfortable Calling Fallen Soldiers Heroes (VIDEO)

This might be one of the most sickening stories yet from the left leaning MSNBC brand.


Check out what host Chris Hayes said about fallen military members on this day seven years ago…

It was exactly seven years ago, Memorial Day weekend 2012, that MSNBC’s Chris Hayes admitted he was “uncomfortable” calling fallen military members “heroes.”

Appearing on his weekend show Up With Chris Hayes, the host attempted to explain why the word hero bothers him so.

Hayes fretted, “I think it is very difficult to talk about the war dead and the fallen without invoking valor, without invoking the words ‘heroes.’….

I feel comfortable, uncomfortable, about the word because it seems to me that it is so rhetorically proximate to justifications for more war.”

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C Lanpher
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C Lanpher

As a conservative that have woken up to what war is about exactly, I have to say, he is not wrong. I have the lying mainstream media. Look who owns them. But like a broken clock. Twice per day, it’s not wrong.

al the pal
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al the pal

YOU WON’T PRINT IT!

fazsha
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fazsha

Guess what? If all war dead are “heroes”, then Nazi soldiers who died are “heroes”, then the fallen Communist KMT soldiers are “heroes”. Dying in war does not make you a hero if the cause is not just. I refuse to believe that just because these are US soldiers that automatically all our causes are just. Sorry, but this notion just clangs off the backboard – and I can’t stand Chris Hayes!

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