MSNBC Tweet: Colorado Recall a 'Victory for NRA in State That Is Home to Columbine'

Jeffrey Meyer
By Jeffrey Meyer | September 11, 2013 | 3:15 PM EDT

First, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-Fla.) tweeted that the Colorado recall vote was an example of voter suppression, and now MSNBC has gotten in on the vile commentary.

Following the recall of two gun-control advocate state senators in Colorado, the official MSNBC Twitter account expressed its displeasure with the result, tweeting out:

"Big victory for the #NRA in the state that is home to Columbine High School."


By shamefully smearing the will of the people by bringing up the tragedy Columbine school shooting, MSNBC's Twitter account appears to be just as outrageous and mean-spirited as some of its television hosts.

The citizens of Colorado resoundingly rejected two anti-gun legislators, which MSNBC clearly found wrong as it conflicts with the gun-control agenda its network has been pushing for months.

Stay classy MSNBC, stay classy.