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Chris Matthews compares the victory of Bernie Sanders in Nevada with the defeat of France against Nazi Germany in 1940

Chris Matthews of MSNBC had a hard time handling Senator Bernie Sanders’ victory on Saturday in Nevada and compared his victory to the conquest of Nazi Germany in 1940 in France.

Although he did not inexplicably mention Nazi Germany, it was clear that during the Second World War Matthews equated the democratic establishment with the French.

“I read last night about the fall of France in the summer of 1940,” he said. “And the general, Reynaud, calls Churchill and says,” It’s over. “And Churchill says,” How is that possible? You have the largest army in Europe. How can it be over? ” He said, “It’s over.” So I had that suppressed feeling. “

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Although he did not inexplicably mention Nazi Germany, it was clear that during the Second World War Matthews equated the democratic establishment with the French

Although he did not inexplicably mention Nazi Germany, it was clear that during the Second World War Matthews equated the democratic establishment with the French

Matthews' remarks followed antagonistic remarks by democratic strategist James Carville after Sanders dominated the caucuses in Nevada

Matthews' remarks followed antagonistic remarks by democratic strategist James Carville after Sanders dominated the caucuses in Nevada

Matthews’ remarks followed antagonistic remarks by democratic strategist James Carville after Sanders dominated the caucuses in Nevada

The remarks of Matthews followed antagonistic remarks of the democratic strategist James Carville after Sanders dominated the caucuses in Nevada.

“It seems that Bernie Sanders is hard to beat right now,” the Hardball host said Saturday. “I am completely at Carville in terms of the dangers of what awaits us in November. They are doing so much oppo research on Bernie. ”

The Hardball host claimed that Republicans could publish opposition investigations about things Sanders said in the past about world affairs, how far left he is, “adding that it would” kill “him by the time of the November match against Trump.

He then said, “But I think it’s a little late to stop him.”

The Hardball host claimed that Republicans could publish research about what Sanders said in the past about world affairs, how far left he is.

The Hardball host claimed that Republicans could publish research about what Sanders said in the past about world affairs, how far left he is.

The Hardball host claimed that Republicans could publish research about what Sanders said in the past about world affairs, how far left he is.

Mike Casca, communications director for the Sanders campaign, went to Twitter to close Matthews’ comments.

“I never thought part of my work would argue for a national news network to stop licking the campaign of a Jewish presidential candidate whose family was wiped out by the Nazis to the Third Reich,” he said. “But here we are.”

The sentiment was shared by other Sanders supporters, along with various users on Twitter, who pointed out that Chuck Todd from MSNBC had made statements comparing the candidate’s candidates with the Nazis.

“A few days ago, @chucktodd read a passage in which Bernie voters looked like Nazi brown shirts,” said speechwriter and Sanders adviser David Sirota. “Now Chris Matthews compares Bernie’s campaign with a Nazi invasion. Bernie is Jewish and his family was murdered by the Nazis. None of this is OK. “

Mike Casca, communications director for the Sanders campaign, went to Twitter to close Matthew's inciting comments

Mike Casca, communications director for the Sanders campaign, went to Twitter to close Matthews' burning comments

Mike Casca, communications director for the Sanders campaign, went to Twitter to close Matthews’ burning comments

“A few days ago, @chucktodd read a passage in which Bernie voters looked like Nazi brown shirts,” said speechwriter and Sanders adviser David Sirota. “Now Chris Matthews compares Bernie’s campaign with a Nazi invasion. Bernie is Jewish and his family was murdered by the Nazis. None of this is OK ‘

Sara Nelson added: “This is unforgivable, @MSNBC! Compare the nomination of @BernieSanders with the fall of France with the Nazis ??? @HardballChris must be taken out of the air, go to confession and immediately apologize to the candidate – who happens to be Jewish – and provide the electorate with energy. “

“Let’s try to untangle this,” said Jeremy Scahill. “Bernie, a Jewish man whose relatives were killed in the holocaust, wins the Nevada caucus, and Bernie and his unprecedented diverse coalition are the Nazis, and Chris Matthews, the DNC and MSNBC are now occupied France?”

Bernie Sanders was declared the winner of the caucuses in Nevada on Saturday, despite only a fraction of the votes.

Sanders had a formidable lead, with 54 percent of the delegates, of which 4 percent reported.

Trump went ahead and congratulated Sanders before most networks had called the race.

The sentiment was shared by other Sanders supporters, along with various users on Twitter

The sentiment was shared by other Sanders supporters, along with various users on Twitter

The sentiment was shared by other Sanders supporters, along with various users on Twitter

“It seems Crazy Bernie is doing well in the great state of Nevada. Biden and the rest look weak, and in no way can Mini Mike restart his campaign after the worst debate performance in the history of presidential debates, “Trump said. “Congratulations Bernie, and don’t let them take it away from you!” the president wrote.

Sanders wins in New Hampshire and Pete Buttigieg comes in close second in the Granite State. In Iowa, Buttigieg defeated Sanders in the delegate count with a hair, while the Vermont senator won the popular vote. Biden finished in fourth place in Iowa and fifth in New Hampshire.

Reporting for Nevada began to filter Saturday early afternoon, but remained at 3 percent for more than an hour because Democrats tried to prevent reporting problems such as in Iowa thanks to a faulty app. CNN reported that some district chairs had difficulty reclaiming and reporting the results.

Despite the great momentum for the Vermont senator in Silver State, the candidate had already left to campaign in Texas before the Nevada caucus sites were interrupted.

Sanders holds two campaign meetings on Saturday in the Lone Star State, where a more moderate democratic electorate can cause problems for the democratic socialist. He will also hold a Houston rally on Sunday. Texas votes on March 3, with 13 other “Super Tuesday” states.

Bernie Sanders was declared the winner of the caucuses in Nevada on Saturday, despite only a fraction of the votes

Bernie Sanders was declared the winner of the Nevada caucuses on Saturday, despite only a fraction of the votes

Bernie Sanders was declared the winner of the caucuses in Nevada on Saturday, despite only a fraction of the votes

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