Within Minutes of His Death, MSNBC Features Eugene Robinson to Tout 'Quick,' 'Popular' Chavez

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<p>Within minutes of the death of death of repressive socialist Hugo Chavez, MSNBC featured liberal Washington Post editor Eugene Robinson to tout the "quick," "popular" leader. Though Robinson allowed that "freedom of speech suffered greatly" under Chavez, he praised, " He provided medical attention that the poor of Venezuela hadn't received before, and, and, frankly, it was the first time in many decades that a leader had paid that kind of attention to the poor majority in Venezuela."&nbsp;</p>

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