Bernie Called Out By MSNBC Star Comparing His Victory To A NAZI INVASION Causing Uproar

So many people are out there to smear President Donald Trump but the tables have turned. Trump was many times called Hitler and his supporter's Nazis. That's just disgusting.

Well, it's getting pretty hateful and nasty for one 2020 candidate and it isn't directed to President Trump. MSNBC Chris Matthews lit up Bernie Sanders after he won a victory over in Nevada just recently. He called compared his victory to that of the Nazi invasion of France in 1940.

According to The Hill: 

MSNBC's Chris Matthews is under fire after comparing Sen. Bernie Sanders's (I-Vt.) decisive win in the Nevada caucuses to the Nazi invasion of France in 1940, with some on social media calling for the "Hardball" host to resign.

"I was reading last night about the fall of France in the summer of 1940," Matthews said during MSNBC's live coverage of the caucuses on Saturday. "And the general, Reynaud, calls up Churchill and says, 'It's over.' And Churchill says, 'How can that be? You've got the greatest army in Europe. How can it be over?' He said, 'It's over.'"

Criticism quickly poured in on social media over Matthews using the analogy. Sanders is Jewish and most of his family members were killed in the Holocaust.

One such response came from Mike Casca, who serves as Sanders's 2020 communications director.

It is absolutely distasteful, especially from a well-known speaker in the press, to compare anyone to Hitler or anything to do with the Holocaust. It is even more distasteful because as much as I don't agree with Bernies views that he is actually Jewish and has family that went through the holocaust.

MSNBC Matthews needs to come out with an apology and resign from his position because I believe he has become insane. He does not need to be on live television spreading hate speech.

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