Bill O’Reilly didn’t “have a beef” with the way MSNBC handled last week‘s Mitt Romney-KKK comparison, specifically that Chris Matthews came on the air several hours after the “irresponsible and incendiary” story, to apologize to the Romney campaign. But Bernie Goldberg sure did. During his weekly segment last night on “The Factor” Goldberg blamed the “chuckle-head anchor and his brain-dead producer” for incorporating the story into the show and further blamed the management of MSNBC who “created the atmosphere over many years, that allowed this kind of thing to happen.”
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