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Did this N.Y. congressman just suggest Trump needs to be assassinated?
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Did this N.Y. congressman just suggest Trump needs to be assassinated?

MSNBC, which Dave Rubin calls “a televised mental institution,” just invited New York congressman Dan Goldman on Jen Psaki’s show to discuss Donald Trump and the 2024 election.

Dave plays the clip of Psaki asking Goldman his thoughts on Trump’s indictment and upcoming trial for the events that transpired on January 6.

“He knows that the people who were there are his supporters who he riled up and incited to invade and riot at the Capitol and try to disrupt the proper counting of the electoral college votes,” Goldman said.

“His rhetoric is really getting dangerous — more and more dangerous — and we saw what happened on January 6 when he used inflammatory rhetoric ... and his recent social posts are incredibly, incredibly scary for anyone that might be trying to work in government. It is just unquestionable at this point that that man cannot see public office again. He is not only unfit, he is destructive to our democracy, and he has to be eliminated,” he continued, while Psaki nodded along complacently.

“Did he say that the former president of the United States has to be eliminated?” asks Dave. “That seems a bit over the top.”

“The same man, who just 20 seconds before that, said ...Trump’s rhetoric is getting more and more dangerous, called for Donald Trump to be eliminated on MSNBC — on a show hosted by the former press secretary for the current president,” he sighs, pointing out the clear irony.

“Try to imagine if on Fox News last night, there was a congressman — a Republican congressman — who said that Joe Biden had to be eliminated. Do you think there would be a bit of an uproar today?”

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