TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2012
The problem that can’t be named: At Salon, Steve Kornacki bats Cory Booker around for his slippery, disingenuous series of filibusters on last night’s Maddow show. For an accurate account of Booker’s performance, just click here.
Kornacki refers to Booker’s performance as a “12-minute display of charismatic evasion last night.” For ourselves, we’ll skip the “charismatic,” sign up for all the rest.
Kornacki nails Booker’s performance, only failing to note his nauseating suggestions that he was for Obama before being for Obama was cool. But even as he complains about Booker’s “filibusters,” Kornacki fails to name the well-known person who allowed this crap to go on.
Kornacki is an MSNBC analyst. He can’t tell you that Maddow was as bad as her disingenuous guest. Or boy howdy! Perhaps a bit worse!