Martin Bashir and Psychologist Discuss Tea Party ‘Psychosis’ on MSNBC

In discussing the “delusions” and “psychosis” of the Tea Party with a psychologist on his show, Martin Bashir has proven yet again that he’s capable of reaching ever-new lows. To have a “serious” discussion (let alone one with an actual psychologist) about the mental state of a person simply because they disagree with you politically is an Orwellian travesty straight out of the Soviet Union. Bashir should be ashamed:

Nat Brown — Nat Brown is a former deputy managing editor of National Review Online.

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