You may remember Michael Steele as the decorative ornament who was hired to front for the Party of Bigots and Imbeciles during the Age of Obama to prove they weren't, y'know, a party of bigots and imbeciles.
Or you may remember Michael Steele as the Limbaugh Groveler.
Steele to Rush: I'm sorry
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele says he has reached out to Rush Limbaugh to tell him he meant no offense when he referred to the popular conservative radio host as an “entertainer” whose show can be “incendiary.”
“My intent was not to go after Rush – I have enormous respect for Rush Limbaugh,” Steele said in a telephone interview. “I was maybe a little bit inarticulate. … There was no attempt on my part to diminish his voice or his leadership.”...
Or you remember Michael Steele as the guy who told so many humiliatingly stupid lies on behalf of the Republican Party that he stopped going on The Daily Show for fear of the merciless mocking that awaited him there. TDS eventually just replaced him with a puppet, which was so appropriate on so many levels.
So where does a Republican like Michael Steele -- who trashed any shred of credibility he might have once had by publicly humiliated himself over and over again in defense of a party which A) loathed him and, B) turned out to be exactly as horrendous as the Left said it was all along -- go to hustle a buck these days?
MSNBC, of course, where all employees are warned to oblige the network's burgeoning stable of Republican Never Trumpers by never, ever mentioning their hand in creating the Republican monster machine which spawned Donald Trump and his army of congressional killbots.
And thus freed of his despicable past courtesy of the Bottomless Beltway Media Memory Hole, MSNBC contributor Michael Steele has now turned his mighty analytical powers to warning that those scurrilous Republicans will try to escape accountability for their depravity via the magic of...
... revisionist history.
This is reason #27 why they don't put me on panels with Michael Steele :-)
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