On his way to retirement, Harry Reid still can’t muster up an ounce of class from within. When asked if he regretted lobbing baseless accusations against Mitt Romney in which he implied the GOP candidate cheated on his taxes, the outgoing Senator scoffed at the question and said ‘it worked, didn’t it?’. What a guy.
Back during the 2012 presidential campaign, Reid was on the Senate floor when he accused Romney of not paying taxes. "Let [Mitt Romney] prove that he has paid taxes. Because he hasn't," he said.
CNN's Dana Bash brought up the incident with the retiring senator.
"I don't regret that at all. The Koch brothers. No one would help me. They were afraid the Koch brothers would go after them. So I did it on my own," Reid said.
"So no regrets, not about Mitt Romney about the Koch brothers. Some people have even called it McCarthyite," asked Dana Bash.
"Well, they can call it whatever they want. Romney didn't win, did he?" Reid said.
Watch it unfold below (via Washington Free Beacon)
"Ends justify the means. Saul Alinsky. Let's give the tip of a hat to the first radical, Satan. I mean, that is evil," Glenn said. "It's evil. And what's amazing about it, really, I haven't heard anything about this. We accept this. We accept this. This is a guy who claims to be a religious guy. We accept it."
"I hope they're listening to that in the church office in Salt Lake City. Because that is unbelievable. That is flat-out bearing false witness against your brother. And being proud of it. He's proud of it.," Pat said.
Glenn was so angry over the audio he had to change topics before he said something inappropriate for air.