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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes minimizes Kabul assaults that killed American servicemen: ‘A THOUSAND’ will die from COVID

MSNBC host Chris Hayes was fast to reduce the Kabul terror assaults which have left at the very least 12 U.S. service members useless.

The Pentagon confirmed on Thursday that 11 Marines and a Navy medic have died following a suicide bombing exterior of the Kabul airport amid President Biden’s turbulent withdrawal from Afghanistan. 

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Nonetheless, the “All In” host tried to deflect from the tragedy within the Center East and concentrate on the coronavirus pandemic. 

“Once more, most likely A THOUSAND individuals are going to die at the moment from Covid,” Hayes tweeted. 

He later added, “This was an underestimate, sadly.”

The liberal MSNBC star was swiftly panned by critics. 

“this tweet sucks dude,” Washington Examiner reporter Jerry Dunleavy reacted.

“I am positive you’d have tweeted this if there was a college taking pictures, Chris,” Pill Journal’s Noam Blum informed Hayes.

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Others identified that Hayes’ tweet appears to inadvertently draw hostility in direction of the present president. 

“I see lots of people dumping on this tweet from Chris Hayes, however he is proper. The Biden Administration is failing on a number of fronts,” The Spectator contributor Stephen Miller wrote.

“True. And who’s President proper now? This is not the nice retort Chris thinks it’s,” Nationwide Evaluation contributor Pradheep J. Shanker equally tweeted.

This is not the primary time Hayes landed himself in scorching water concerning his rhetoric in direction of the U.S. troops. In 2012, the MSNBC host was compelled to concern an apology for saying he feels “uncomfortable” to consult with fallen troopers as “heroes” throughout a broadcast on Memorial Day weekend. 

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“On Sunday, in discussing the makes use of of the phrase “hero” to explain these members of the armed forces who’ve given their lives, I do not suppose I lived as much as the requirements of rigor, respect and empathy for these affected by the problems we focus on that I’ve set for myself. I’m deeply sorry for that,” Hayes wrote in an announcement.

Moreover, Hayes’ MSNBC colleague Malcolm Nance equally confronted backlash for his callous tweet because the assaults occurred, writing, “20 YEARS- FYI there have been terrorist suicide bombers killing civilians practically DAILY in Afghanistan. This ain’t new. It’s why we’re leaving. #DealWithIt.” He later deleted the tweet.

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