Morgan’s prime-time show is now mulch.
He was most famous for trying to return America’s gun laws to pre-revolutionary standards.
No, even that noted conservative tool, the NYTimes, caught that:
Mr. Morgan’s approach to gun regulation was more akin to King George III, peering down his nose at the unruly colonies and wondering how to bring the savages to heel. He might have wanted to recall that part of the reason the right to bear arms is codified in the Constitution is that Britain was trying to disarm the citizenry at the time.
I, for one, was looking forward to dumping the unctuous old Pom into Boston Harbor.
But I’ll settle for this, for now.