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MSNBC Host Chris Hayes Questions The Word Hero When Referring To Fallen Soldiers [VIDEO]

More controversy is a’brewing at MSNBC.  A news anchor, Chris Hayes raised a question.  Everybody has a right to state their point of view of course.  But my question to you is – do you agree with his point?  Here’s the video clip

Here we are with another Memorial Day under our belts.  It’s a day to remember soldiers killed in the line of duty.  A day of reverence and a day to remember.  Before I say anything to taint this one way or another, let’s listen to Chris Hayes (whom I’ve honestly never heard of until today – but that’s neither here nor there) and his comments about the word “hero” when speaking of fallen soldiers.


 

You know something?  I’m going to stop right there.  Let’s make this a poll question, shall we?  I’d like to know how you feel…  Here we go

 

 

 

 

 

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