MSNBC Guest Invokes Pizzagate When Talking About Where Trump Supporters’ Rhetoric ‘Could End’ [VIDEO]

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A guest on MSNBC Thursday invoked the Pizzagate conspiracy theory when talking about where Trump supporters’ rhetoric “could end.”


Time magazine columnist Elise Jordan said on “Deadline: White House” Thursday, “Some of our former colleagues don’t realize the consequences that what they are backing–where this could end.” (RELATED: MSNBC Guest: ‘Psychologically Deranged’ Trump May ‘Destroy Our Democracy’ [VIDEO])

She continued, “You know, it seemed like fun and games for plenty of the conspiracy theorists who were saying that Hillary Clinton had a pedophilia ring in a DC pizza parlor until a guy showed up there with a machine gun. And, the President’s rhetoric, the rhetoric endorsed by his followers, by his prominent followers on television…there are going to be consequences and I think it’s something that they should think about as they actively endorse it.”

Jordan has previously compared President Trump to a suicide bomber, saying that he “blows up” people who support him. (RELATED: MSNBC Analyst: Supporting Trump Like ‘Hugging A Suicide Bomber’ [VIDEO])

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