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Massa: The Morning After

Before Eric Massa appeared on Glenn Beck’s show, there was a short war of words between the Fox News host and blogger/columnist Michelle Malkin. Beck likened

Jul 31, 2020
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Before Eric Massa appeared on Glenn Beck’s show, there was a short war of wordsbetween the Fox News host and blogger/columnist Michelle Malkin. Beck likened Massa to a captured enemy soldier who could be pumped for information; Malkin argued that Massa was a lying opportunist. In the wake of Massa’s meltdown of an interview, Malkin’s clearly gotthe upper hand.
From Malkin:
“Conservative hero”my foot.
“Crapweasel” is too kind a description for the desperate, bottom-feeding Massa. He is not a useful idiot. He’s just an idiot.
Allahpundit of Hot Air goes a little further:
When pressed on corruption, all he could do was blow smoke about how super-keen he thinks the tea party is, etc. In fact, not only didn’t he dish new dirt, he cleaned up some of the dirt he’d already dished: In the first clip below, he dismisses the suggestion that the Dems had forced him out unfairly for his behavior. “I forced myself out,” he says — i.e., he deserved to go. Good work, Massa.
You Know…Beck could have improved his credibility — and provided entertaining TV — if he had switched midway through to a hostile interrogation of Massa, instead of allowing him to blather vaguely that he made some “mistakes” which he takes ownership of but which also weren’t really mistakes, it’s just that people took his tickle-parties the wrong way.
There’s some debate over whether the interview was salvageable at all, with the “no, it wasn’t side” confident that Massa is/was too much of an opportunist for his spin to be taken seriously.
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