James Carville: Rename A Confederate-Named Base After Honoré | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

James Carville: Rename A Confederate-Named Base After Honoré | The 11th Hour | MSNBC 1

 

With the nation grappling over military bases named after Confederates, James Carville has a suggestion. Rename one of them after Lt. Gen. Russel L. Honoré. Aired on 6/11/2020.
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James Carville: Rename A Confederate-Named Base After Honoré | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

40 Comments on "James Carville: Rename A Confederate-Named Base After Honoré | The 11th Hour | MSNBC"

  1. Suz Valentino | June 12, 2020 at 1:13 AM | Reply

    James your dam right we are going to crush this thing in November. They are going.

  2. We should just tell t’rump that Obama was the one who named all those military bases. 🤔🤨

  3. Susan Thibodaux | June 12, 2020 at 1:15 AM | Reply

    LOVE the Fort Honore’ idea. Then we could move on to Fort Bragg and name it Fort Mad Dog!

  4. Reynaldo Rios | June 12, 2020 at 1:24 AM | Reply

    Where else would a traitorous and treasonous trump his family and regime hide at while tweeting yeah he’s bad at everything that he does even perpetrating a fraud as a president. Trump would hide from a bullet behind his wife, kids and jared.!

  5. Congress will be forced to multitask, renaming military bases AND post offices.

  6. “Donald Trump said recently he has a great relationship with the blacks, but unless the Blacks are a family of white people, I bet he is mistaken.

    There’s a thing Donald Trump does better than anybody else, which is that by stating one position, he reveals that he actually holds the opposite position.”
    — Seth Meyers

    “There is no question that Charlottesville wouldn’t have occurred without Trump. It really was because of his campaign and this new potential for a nationalist candidate who was resonating with the public in a very intense way. The alt-right found something in Trump. He changed the paradigm and made this kind of public presence of the alt-right possible.
    –Richard Spencer, Alt-right leader and white supremacist

    David Duke, the former Klan leader, who participated in the Charlottesville rally, called it a “turning point” for his own movement, which seeks to “fulfill the promises of Donald Trump.”

  7. omg.. Tulsa? my prayers for all the innocent people that are going to get caught in the potentially dangers chaos.

    • Flor D they want him there,so you reap what you sow,good luck to them.

    • Thank you for being a bright spot of humanity in the sea of internet slime! I spend a lot of time reading the comments on a range of news platforms trying to get a sense of where everyone really is and yes even over on ‘faux entertainment’ but what I am driving at is this on all the comments about whats going to happen about The Orange Tyrant’s rally in Tulsa is you were the first I have found concerned for the innocent caught between the rightfully protesting BLM and the Trumpturds that will no doubt come to antagonize.

  8. Iris Huntley | June 12, 2020 at 4:58 AM | Reply

    James Caraville,Impeccable pedigree=Philanthropist,American Patriot,humanist,conservationist,social scientist,prince musicology professor,renowned thinker,higher learning afficianodo.

  9. Winfield Scott | June 12, 2020 at 5:52 AM | Reply

    Its about time we th people remove those traitors. And NASCAR did the right thing. We cant showcase traitors. We have one flag ,the American flag. The confederates fired on the American flag and its constitution for over four years.

  10. Sandra Patterson | June 12, 2020 at 7:44 AM | Reply

    James Carville always tells it like it is.

  11. He wants the base to be called *”My Precious”* 😂.

  12. Camp Crunch – named after that famous captain.

  13. Lynda Mackrous | June 12, 2020 at 12:19 PM | Reply

    Too many black people are against BLM too

  14. Chris Conger | June 12, 2020 at 1:04 PM | Reply

    Two knuckleheads talking and their bovine audience nods along. Orange man baaaaa…ddd

  15. Native Cowboy | June 12, 2020 at 1:07 PM | Reply

    Here’s another suggestion, honor your treaty signed in Washington Georgia where the Confederacy was dissolved or face the consequences.

  16. At this point the names of the bases have moved beyond those generals. The bases have their own history. Their names should be beyond this idoicy. This “woke” liberal movement needs to grow up. There are much more important things to worry with.
    #AllLivesMatter

  17. Captain Clone | June 12, 2020 at 3:07 PM | Reply

    Name all those posts after soldiers or sailors or airmen who won the Medal of Honor!

    • Fort Doss!

    • I like that idea!

    • Do you know how many won a medal of honor? I don’t, but you’d probably need more pages than it would take to cover 2 football fields to write the names down using number 8 font

    • Captain Clone | June 13, 2020 at 5:11 PM | Reply

      @Lon Oster According to the Medal of Honor Historical Society of the United States, there have been 3,525 Medals of Honor awarded to 3,506 individuals since the decoration’s creation, with over 40% awarded for actions during the American Civil War. Almost all the medals given in the Civil War were given for mundanes acts of heroism. Starting in World War 1 the medals were given to people for true heroic deeds.

  18. Charles Byrge | June 12, 2020 at 5:20 PM | Reply

    Biden has no chance, every day protesters, looters and rioters are hurting Democrats in the ” inner circle” the long the better. You Dems. are sooooo funny. keep it up, please, easy win showing your lack of ability to protect Americans at home, if this was a foreign country , then what ? Goobers.

  19. Russell Berwick | June 12, 2020 at 6:02 PM | Reply

    The trick is to just stay alive untill we can vote.

  20. Matthew Huszarik | June 12, 2020 at 7:29 PM | Reply

    I agree with Mr Carville. There are plenty of real American hero’s who weren’t traitors and terrorists. Ft. Hood in Texas should be renamed after a Texas hero I suggest Ft. Murphy for Audie Murphy a real American hero.

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