Unnaturally Political

Reid is at it Again

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is featured in a cringe-worthy video, taken by America Rising, which is making the rounds this afternoon.

While speaking to members of the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce, Reid comments, “I don’t think you’re smarter than anyone else, but you have convinced a lot of us you are.”

His statement was met with laughter from the audience, but it clear from the video, Reid didn’t mean it as a joke.

The Nevada Senator is known for often making off-color remarks, but this one is particularly ironic given the remarks made by his 2010 opponent Sharron Angle.

Then again, Angle didn’t have an entire website dedicated to her gaffes.


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