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Republican politicians are once more troubled by the behavior of among their own, but insufficient to denounce him as a prospect. Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, as well as Amberia Allen, hosts of The Young Turks, review. Tell us just what you believe in the remark area below.

" Montana Republican congressional prospect Greg Gianforte shed three newspaper recommendations over his altercation with a Guardian press reporter that asked Gianforte regarding the questionable GOP health-care costs, as well as a Montana sheriff cited Gianforte with offense assault early Thursday morning. Yet the response from the prospect's prospective Republican colleagues in Congress has actually been even more muted.

On Capitol Hillside, Republican politician lawmakers have reacted to the news with a combination of evasion and also defensiveness. That remained in stark comparison to the Montana newspapers that un-endorsed Gianforte, among which, the Invoicings Gazette, called the occurrence "shocking, disturbing and without criterion."

At a Thursday morning interview, Residence Republican Leader Paul Ryan claimed a "physical altercation" with a press reporter "must not have actually happened," which Gianforte must apologize. However Ryan would certainly not state that Gianforte ought to withdraw from the race or be disallowed from Congress. "If he wins, he has been picked by the people of Montana, who their congressman's going to be. I'm going to let individuals of Montana choose who they desire as their rep," he stated." *.

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  1. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    I’m so tired of this left VS the right argument! it’s tiresome and played out! their argument is the equivalent of replacing the leftwing and right wing with “blacks and “whites”! politically speaking………both parties are corrupt to the core!!!

    • Posted by M Nelson, at Reply

      There is a “false equivalency”— is the term I believe you are describing

    • Posted by lucusrose, at Reply

      Jamie Cox Exactly. Yet the Young Turks blame this on corporate influence, try to divide democrats into corporate and social justice/ progressive, continue to chant “Vote Democrat” and do nothing constructive.

    • Posted by J DS, at Reply

      Jamie Cox TRUE, SOOO TRUE

    • Posted by BGTV, at Reply

      @M Nelson Yes

  2. Posted by Seth the Wicked, at Reply

    Weird how the “party of personal responsibility” almost never wants to take responsibility for their own actions.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      They’re also the party of “local rule”… until they want to tell everyone what to do and/or don’t like the local rule.

    • Posted by dindu nuffin, at Reply

      But can you be sure reporter wasn’t Nazi?

    • Posted by GreenGretel, at Reply

      This is also the party filled to the brim with rightwingers who are always eager to call any black man a thug…

  3. Posted by william scheufler, at Reply

    What happened to personal responsibility Republicans?

    • Posted by Y2K, at Reply

      It conveniently disappeared when it applied directly to them.

  4. Posted by David Myers, at Reply

    No one wants to admit it but after the American people voted for a Trump administration the politicians lost any respect for us. When Trump got elected they had to be saying to their self you stupid MFers. One low level government employees has more protections and freedoms than a thousand civilians. Politicians see us as weak now, just paper tigers.

    • Posted by MultiPoseur, at Reply

      > Politicians see us as weak now

      They always have. Nothing has changed. They don’t and won’t listen to you, do anything you want, or for your benefit. This has been going on for at least the last 60 years. The focus of an entire length of a term is now on pleasing corporations and paying and sucking up to the right people in power to “earn” re-election.

  5. Posted by Sandra Nelson, at Reply

    The GOPs inability to dredge up an iota of empathy or understanding for their constituents continually flabbergasts me. I shouldn’t be shocked by this, the Republicans have shown over and over that they do not believe in the right of Americans to have a free press, but Sulis Minerva people!!!! Are the campaigning GOP trying out for the WWE??? Is Vince McMahon giving them advice on how to handle their meetings with the press?
    The GOP have to accept the fact that the people they are trying to grind into the dust are not going to go down quietly. These people are going to be angry when their children and elderly parents are denied the food and health care they were promised.
    These angry people will do the unthinkable: they will ask questions and demand answers!!!!

  6. Posted by Dave B, at Reply

    So if this guy wins, how will he pass the background check to enter congress after having an assault charge? We’re now going to allow suspects in a crime to serve the public? Our system of govt is in serious danger of breaking apart.

    • Posted by Deathvoid, at Reply

      The system is broken.

    • Posted by thenotorious ong, at Reply

      Dave B criminals run this country.

  7. Posted by Mary Riley, at Reply

    Paul Ryan does not stand up for what is right. He has no sense of social responsibility. He lies like a cheap rug…Isuppose he’ll run for president.

    • Posted by BeeJaye Hill, at Reply

      Mary Riley – Ryan may not have to run for president. If Trump goes, we get Pence; if Pence goes, we get Ryan… How many idiots does America have to go through before we get a president whose in it FOR America? And that’s no joke, Polish or otherwise!

  8. Posted by ozwhistles, at Reply

    Let’s be up-front: Republicans “come off” as psychopathic sadists. Lets tell it how it is.

    • Posted by SupportAZ, at Reply

      You’ve got it bass ackwards. Democrats are violent and intolerant. #Berkeley #AnyUniversity #AgitatorsAtTrumpRallies

    • Posted by David Benjamin, at Reply

      SupportAZ So….you’re deflecting this act of STUPIDITY with Berkley??? ok

  9. Posted by Specific Nerpo, at Reply

    Wanna here some autistic conservative logic? We are the party of family values yet we support pushing reporters to express their right to question us.

    • Posted by The TopK Show, at Reply

      Specific Nerpo Those 2 things aren’t even remotely related

  10. Posted by linke loetje, at Reply

    America is just a guncrazy country. So don’t be surprised when someone uses violance.. A history of invading countries and thinking America is the best A horrible millitary foundation. I saw all people applauding soldiers when they came back from abroad. Tha’s crazy. In no other country they do that. As if soldiers are defending their country instead of meddling into other countries. and killing innocent people. America face it. You’re a country of violance.and rightwing idiots..

    • Posted by Alex L., at Reply

      Violence is a natural phenomenon that is not exclusive to a single country. To say so is rather subjective and bias.

    • Posted by linke loetje, at Reply

      Alex That’s not true. sure violence is a part of human nature. Nowhere in the world are so many gunnuts as in the uSA. It’s a culture of violence, while in other countries laws prevent people from carrying guns openly as in Ohio for instance. It’s totally crazy when people can wlak around with AK 47’s. America has invaded too many countries. No other country has done that so many times and with devistating results I might add. iraQ would be a paradise of peace if America wouldn’t have invaded it. Obama did change it a bit but now the orange idiot is making everything wore. Agression is wrong when it comes to violence. america should defend itself and it’s allies and shouldn’t do any more. Mind your own business then the world might also leave America in peace. The orange idiot doesn’t even know who the enemies are.

  11. Posted by streglof, at Reply

    …when trying to hold people responsible becomes “confrontational approach…”

    • Posted by R Yates, at Reply

      That’s in the aftermath when they defend the behavior by the duck and deflect tactics.

  12. Posted by Raena-Willow Deveruoix, at Reply

    Can you imagine his spouse questioning where he’d been after a night out?
    “Honey…. you said you’d be home at 6pm and you did get home till 3 am? Where were you? Why did you call me?”
    “GREG! I’m your wife!!!!!”

    • Posted by Brian Taylor, at Reply

      Is that an example of the “Liberal wife bias” they always mention when talking about disagreements they have with their wife? lol

    • Posted by Lefebvre Julien, at Reply


    • Posted by Diva Artist, at Reply

      You can stop after “what did you call me?”. It will be his growls and punches and her screams after that. And Steve Bannon, O’Reilly, Donald Trump the infamous wife beaters should know.

  13. Posted by Knight of Gascogne, at Reply

    Now we know why The Rock is fit for politics! #TheRock2020 #DaywneJohnson2020


    • Posted by michael preston, at Reply

      No class and dignity in this political system anymore. what next, old style duels with swords and guns?

    • Posted by Knight of Gascogne, at Reply

      Honestly? That would be awesome. At ONE condition: keep it between politicians. The problem is when a powerful man physically assaults anyone (journalist or basic citizen) for calling him out. That’s the exact moral OPPOSITE of a Gentlemen’s duel.
      I wished The Rock was there and jumped into it to make things right, WWE style. I know, how immature :p

  14. Posted by madbug1965, at Reply

    Issac Asimov: “Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.”

    • Posted by Hazzycakes, at Reply

      A truly brilliant man.

    • Posted by Knight of Gascogne, at Reply


  15. Posted by Allison Upchurch, at Reply

    Is there a connection with violence and rightwing brains?
    I have read things about their perception being super influenced by fear. So is the brain in fight or flight 24-7?

    • Posted by Kyle G, at Reply

      Are you high? There’s only one group committing mass violent riots trying to shut down free speech, and it’s the left/ANTIFA, not the right. Feeble minded girl.

    • Posted by Mussi93, at Reply

      Kyle G You’re such a bad troll, so pathetic

    • Posted by arthurneddysmith, at Reply

      Kyle G -She is right. Try reading a survey for a change instead of practising the political opinions that you think will impress your parents most.

  16. Posted by sailormanariel, at Reply

    Republicans are a bunch of whiny little bitches. Donald Trump did not hijack the republican party. He is the perfect embodiment of the modern republican party: whiny, with no honor ethics or morals. They are liars and cheats and thieves!
    Lincoln today would be a proud progressive Democrat.

    • Posted by Charlton Blake, at Reply

      sailormanariel No they aren’t. You are making an unfair, uninformed, and sweeping generalization. I know and work in the heart of the republican demographic and their are many hornorable ppl that simple have a different viewpoint on governance.

  17. Posted by Roy Mustang, at Reply

    As someone who wears glasses and cannot see without them, knocking them off your face is one of the most infuriating things someone can do to you. Quickest way to piss me off I know that. Then this dude takes physical violence far enough to break dudes glasses, I do not know how he held his composure. I would have snapped. He choke slammed him literally.

    • Posted by Shrapnel, at Reply

      Dont be foolish, Im sure as soon as the glasses flew off the beta was already mentally looking up lawyers and counting out the out of court $$$ he’ll be getting from all this.
      The one perk of being a victim in America. Tons of lawyers.

    • Posted by Catastrophic Broccoli, at Reply

      +Shrapnel You sure do seem focused on men being “beta” or “alpha”. Got some alpha fantasies there, buddy? Sounds like it. But hey, more power to you!

  18. Posted by Monkbot10, at Reply

    Republican politicians: would rather punch a reporter than a Nazi.

  19. Posted by K Frost, at Reply

    Apparently reporters aren’t considered human and assumed to be on the “left” if asking a GOP candidate any type of question the don’t want to answer. All bow down the the “right”.

    • Posted by PS Wright, at Reply

      And being on the “left” is justification enough for a beat down, in their minds. It’s just us v them thinking at its most egregious.

  20. Posted by Kayla B, at Reply

    can’t believe he actually won last night. another reason to not like Montana. (oh, this guy “apologized” AFTER he won. How genuine.)

    • Posted by grandpoopy1, at Reply

      to kayla: you and I weren’t there so we don’t know the facts. And who is the only one to give us the facts? The dirty,lying, left-liberal communist democrat news media. And you and I know that all they do is lie. so we’ll never get the facts. and as long as we don’t have the facts we can’t really judge this gianforte person. But, on the other hand, knowing the left-liberal news the way I do, I would tend to side with any person who loses his cool and maims or kills an obnoxious newsperson.

    • Posted by August Bisson, at Reply

      Try again. Fox news corroborates the victim’s statement. Gianforte’s camp statement was dishonest (not bearing false witness is one of the Ten Commandments).
      One has to be an evil unstable sociopath to think that felony battery to outright homicide of journalists who ask political candidates simple questions (yes, that is what happens when one enters politics) is acceptable.

    • Posted by grandpoopy1, at Reply

      to aug: what do mean try again? I made my case and everyone who is “in the know” knows that the mainstream news media is the same thing as the democrat party. And by the way, fox news may have, in the past, presented the news in a somewhat un-biased way, but not anymore. Since the network has been taken over by the very liberal sons of the founder,fox is just as left-liberal democrat as all the others.

    • Posted by grandpoopy1, at Reply

      to kay and aug: you and I and Kayla are three people who were not there. Therefore, if we have to rely only on the news media to give us the facts, then it’s doubtful that none of us will ever know what happened until or unless the case is brought to court. In court people have to swear on the Bible that they will not lie. then it’s possible we will learn the truth. Until then it’s just “news media noise.”