Blackburn sticks to ‘consistent’ message

U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn speaks to MSNBC on Feb. 24, 2018.

MSNBC ran a takeout on the U.S. Senate race in Tennessee over the weekend, with reporter Vaughn Hillyard pulling Rep. Marsha Blackburn aside to ask her about a potential Republican primary match-up with incumbent Sen. Bob Corker should he decide to get in. Here is a transcript of the, er, consistent answers that Blackburn gave.

BLACKBURN: “I am a solid, consistent conservative who is going to support a conservative agenda and our president.”

MSNBC: “And Bob Corker hasn’t done that?”

BLACKBURN: “I am a solid, consistent conservative, who–“

MSNBC: “–and Bob Corker hasn’t done that?”

BLACKBURN: “I am a solid, consistent conservative who is going to support a conservative agenda and our president. Thanks.”

6 Responses to Blackburn sticks to ‘consistent’ message

  • Amy Harshman Green says:

    She knows big words. Really big words. They are the best words. Really best words. #byebyeblackburn

  • Stuart I. Anderson says:

    Marsha is a pro who is not going to be herded into a circular firing squad by some liberal reporter from far left MSNBC. That’s why with a $69 million net worth and abysmal polling for an incumbent Corker so far decided that he has things that he rather do than run again. Let’s hope that he sticks to what was a very wise decision.

  • Steve L. says:

    MSNBC was out trolling this meeting looking to create soundbites from unsuspecting conservatives. Congresswoman Blackburn passed the IQ test. These media folks are not friends of the conservative movement, so it is foolish to pander to them. WTG, Congresswoman!

  • Cannoneer2 says:

    MSNBC is a disgusting, repugnant network staffed with disgusting, repugnant people. It isn’t referred to as BSNBC for nothing.

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