Sunday Signal: Michael Steele Makes Like Biden, Half-Crosses Himself Over Black Republican

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sAlicia Menendez Symone Sanders-Townsend Roy Cooper Michael Steele MSNBC The Weekend 2-25-24 Joe Biden has the odd and at times inappropriate habit of crossing himself in public, political situations. Thus the self-described devout Catholic crossed himself while mentioning Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert – then proceeded to attack her at length.

On two occasions, Biden even crossed himself while interacting with Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu, including once while Netanyahu was making a speech to Congress. Oy vey!

On the Sunday edition of MSNBC’s The Weekend, co-anchor Michael Steele, the former RNC Chairman turned member of the disgraced Lincoln Project, made like Biden. Steele sort of half-crossed himself in a discussion of North Carolina Lt. Governor Mark Robinson, who is very likely to be the Republican nominee for governor in November.

They ran a clip of Robinson at CPAC, proclaiming “The left is wrong. They are wrong on every topic, on every issue. They don’t have a political leg to stand on. They don’t have a social leg to stand on. They don’t have a spiritual leg to stand on. They have nothing to stand on, because they do nothing right. In every state they’re running, they’re running it straight into the ground.”

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Steele, who like Biden is a Catholic, crossed himself, saying:

“It’s Sunday morning.”

The implication seemed to be that, given that it was Sunday, Steele would restrain himself from condemning Robinson in as harsh terms as he would otherwise unleash. A black conservative being treated like a freak by….a former black conservative. 

At the end of the show, Ali Velshi came on to transition to his own show, and expressed his delight at Steele’s gesture:

“I loved your — all of your conversations today. But Michael, when you had Roy Cooper come on, and you showed the Republican who’s running for governor of North Carolina, and then your reaction to that when you came out of that, about how it’s Sunday, it’s church day. I thought was, was precious [laughter on the panel.] ”  

Just wondering: Anyone ever catch Biden crossing himself at the mention of his avid support for abortion?

Here’s the transcript.

MSNBC
The Weekend
2/25/24
8:35 am ET

ROY COOPER: With the way they [the Republicans] have tried to reshape this Board of Elections in North Carolina.

MICHAEL STEELE: Feeding into that, you’ve got your Lieutenant Governor of the state, Mark Robinson, running for governor. He’s at CPAC the last few days, and was on stage noting throughout a couple of minutes the, the incredible economic turnaround in the great State of North Carolina, and promoting that, but then he said this.

MARK ROBINSON: The left is wrong. They are wrong on every topic, on every issue. They don’t have a political leg to stand on. They don’t have a social leg to stand on. They don’t have a spiritual leg to stand on. They have nothing to stand on, because they do nothing right. In every state they’re running, they’re running it straight into the ground.

STEELE: It [hesitates], it turns —

SYMONE SANDERS-TOWNSEND: We gotta laugh!

STEELE: The attorney general — it’s Sunday morning [crosses himself.] The [Democrat] attorney general is running in this election for governor to fill your seat. 

. . . 

ALI VELSHI: I loved your — all of your conversations today. But Michael, when you had Roy Cooper come on, and you showed the Republican who’s running for governor of North Carolina, and then your reaction to that when you came out of that, about how it’s Sunday, it’s church day. I thought was, was precious [laughter on the panel.] Guys, have a great weekend, guys.

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