Chris Matthews and Dems are melting down.
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews drew a comparison Saturday between the expected victory of Bernie Sanders in Nevada and Nazi Germany’s then-shocking defeat of France in 1940.
Matthews was on air for MSNBC’s coverage of the Nevada caucuses, a race Fox News has projected as a commanding win for Sanders.
Matthews came on after Democratic strategist James Carville went on a diatribe against Sanders, and as the MSNBC host made reference to that, he invoked the historical episode when the Germans overran the Maginot Line and forced France to surrender in the middle of World War II.
“It looks like Bernie Sanders is hard to beat right now,” Matthews said. “I’m with Carville all the way in terms of the dangers of what lies ahead in November. They’re sitting on so much oppo research on Bernie.”