The indecency of Harry Reid

Our friends at National Review caught National Journal’s (liberal) Ron Fournier with a few choice words regarding Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s reign of lies regarding the Kochs: “Fournier called on the media to confront Harry Reid over his repeated rants against the Koch brothers on the Senate floor. He also blasted the majority leader for a recent false ad by Reid’s PAC claiming ties between the Kochs and Louisiana Republican Senate candidate Bill Cassidy, which the Washington Post gave Four Pinocchios.” NR posts the companion video below capturing Fournier rendering judgment on Reid’s utterly disgraceful performances implicating the Kochs along with a transcript of Fournier’s comments:

In the heyday of the era liberals refer to as the McCarthy era, attorney Joseph Welch made a name for himself by confronting McCarthy with the pointed question: “Have you no sense of decency, sir? At long last, have you left no sense of decency?” As we wonder how low Reid can go, someone really ought to confront Reid with a similar question.


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