Wednesday on MSNBC’s Hardball, host Chris Matthews said the death of Iranian terror chief General Qasem Soleimani, in an airstrike ordered by President Trump, is comparable to the deaths of Princess Diana and Elvis Presley to Iranians.
“When some people die, you don’t know what the impact is going to be,” Matthews opined. “When Princess Diana died, for example, there was a huge emotional outpouring— Elvis Presley in our culture.
“It turns out that this general we killed was a beloved hero of the Iranian people to the point where — look at the people, we got pictures up now, these enormous crowds coming out,” he added. “There’s no American emotion in this case, but there’s a hell of a lot of emotion on the other side.”
Ever since Trump eradicated the huge terror threat Soleimani, the left has been mourning his death and sympathizing with the Iranian regime. Where is their sympathy for Americans killed and wounded in attacks Soleimani masterminded?