Celebrating Krauthammer’s credibility problem

Celebrating Krauthammer’s credibility problem November 22, 2013

Charles Krauthammer, April 22, 2003, reassuring us that weapons of mass destruction would be found in Iraq, justifying the invasion and occupation his party chose:

Hans Blix had five months to find weapons. He found nothing. We’ve had five weeks. Come back to me in five months. If we haven’t found any, we will have a credibility problem.

It’s been five months, so I’m coming back to this. It’s been five months 23 times.

Charles Krauthammer, by his own admission, has a credibility problem.

Well, he lacks credibility, but that’s not really a problem. His job as a pundit, columnist, Fox News contributor and Official Very Serious Person is safe.


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