The DISGUSTING Thing This MSNBC Reporter Said About Rand Paul Should Get Her Fired! [Video]

As you’ll recall, Rand Paul was recently in a fight with one of his neighbors that turned physical. It was pretty bad for him. He sustained six broken ribs among other things. There was even speculation by law enforcement that it may have even political in nature which, really, makes it all the more disgusting but typical for liberals, am I right?!

Well, NBC reporter Kasie Hunt is glad it happened to him, even describing it as “one of her favorite stories”. That alone should ensure her removal. If MSNBC wants to truly seem unbias — that’s what they would do.

People are allowed to have personal opinions but this is just a bit too much.

“New details today on the incident that left Senator Rand Paul with six broken ribs – this might be one of my favorite stories,” she said.

As for his injuries…

As reported by Politico:

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Wednesday he had sustained six broken ribs and a build-up of fluids between his chest and lungs as a result of an altercation with a neighbor last Friday, revealing additional maladies about the previously reported incident.

“I appreciate all of the support from everyone. A medical update: final report indicates six broken ribs & new X-ray shows a pleural effusion,” Paul tweeted. The pleural effusion, which was previously undisclosed, results in a buildup of fluids around the lungs.

A top adviser for the senator had previously announced Paul had only sustained five broken ribs, including “three displaced fractures.”

Doug Stafford, Paul’s chief political strategist, had previously cautioned that the senator’s condition could prove more severe than the initial prognosis.

“Displaced rib fractures can lead to life-threatening injuries such as: hemopneumothorax, pneumothorax, pneumonia, internal bleeding, laceration of internal organs and lung contusions. Senator Paul does have lung contusions currently,” Stafford said Sunday. “This type of injury is also accompanied by severe pain that can last weeks to months.”


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