CPAC and its boss Matt Schlapp have rejected the notion that white supremacists openly attended the right-wing conference. But the pictures don’t lie.
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“Well, she obviously has a brain,” MacCallum shot back. “Why the anger?”
The razzing had a little more bite considering Ford was once a fixture on the MSNBC morning show.
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The annual right-wing confab is now largely ignored by Fox News and mainstream media. CPAC’s scandal-ridden boss thinks the fix is banning journalists.
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Sharing a photo of a Kansas City Chiefs fan briefly detained for intoxication, Burchett wrongly claimed the man was one of the shooters and in the U.S. illegally.
Jason Kelce noted that they “plan on doing something in the future” to help the city.