Post by Sasha Brown-Worsham MSNBC commentator Chris Hayes may have meant something different than what he said when he said over Memorial Day weekend that he feels uncomfortable calling fallen soldiers "heroes." In a ridiculously ill-timed discussion, Hayes used his show Up With Chris Hayes to question the troops. On Memorial Day weekend.
Does that seem strange to anyone else? Isn't Memorial Day weekend the time where we honor our troops and especially those who have fallen?
I am all for free speech and even for shocking speech when it makes people rethink things and shakes them out of ruts, but come on.
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