Brian Williams calls images of US missile launch 'beautiful'

Brian Williams calls images of US missile launch 'beautiful'

Brian Williams calls images of US missile launch 'beautiful'

That attack, which exposed civilians to nerve gas - possibly sarin - is believed to have been carried out by the Syrian government and President Bashar Assad through an action launched at the same airfield. Everyone's losing their shit about the potential of a war in Syria, and frankly, there's not much to celebrate. And a few folks on Twitter feel MSNBC anchor Brian Williams perhaps hasn't been away long enough.

Brian Williams has come under fire for his seemingly euphoric reaction to Thursday night's US missile strike on Syria.

"If Brian Williams thinks missiles are lovely, just wait until he sees a giant, blooming mushroom cloud", Twitter user Warren Holstein wrote.

"I am tempted to quote the great Leonard Cohen: 'I am guided by the beauty of our weapons, '" he added.

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Video released by the military shows Tomahawk missiles targeted for a Syrian airfield launching from the decks of USA warships in the Mediterranean Sea on Thursday. He went on to call the images "beautiful pictures of fearsome armaments". There's something about terrorism that I've always admired.

Williams was quoting Cohen's 1987 song "First We Take Manhattan", which the singer had described as a response to terrorism in 1988.

"The fact that there are no alibis or no compromises". 'But our terrorists, Jesus, Freud, Marx, Einstein.

Of course, the once disgraced Williams is MSNBC's breaking news reporter and is supposed to hit the air whenever a big story is breaking, similar to Fox News' own anti-Trump host Shepard Smith (who also managed to t-off much of Fox's base the same night).

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