Everyone has a fantasy or two.

For an MSNBC panelist, it’s driving his car straight into Trump Plaza.

And that’s the news.

Here’s more about fantasies: Elie Mystal, executive editor of Above the Law, tweeted Wednesday morning about his dreamy would-be car crash, along with an article about an actual Trump Plaza auto accident that resulted in several people being injured Tuesday night.

It’s a fantasy, but the talk is real:

“Real talk: When you come out of the parking lot of this mall/movie theater, you have to sit a red light staring right into this lobby.
I’ve thought about driving my car through it EVERY TIME. Basic humanity keeps me from doing it, but JUST.”

Elie noted that the “the view in this picture is exactly the view you have from the stop light.”

And that light, according to the aspiring felon/potential vehicular manslaughterer, is “long.”

He also theorized that Tuesday’s crash — which was determined by police to be an accident — was intentional.

Or MAYBE that’s his own bias:

“Anyway, innocent until proven guilty but…’accident’ doesn’t seem likely to me. Maybe that’s my own bias.”

The guy ain’t your average schmo — he’s one of them people that knows a lot:

“Defense counsel should NOT put me on this guy’s jury, I know too much :).”

He knows so much that last October, he told America that Bret Kavanaugh’s confirmation may result in a Thousand-Year Reich.

I’ll say that once more: the confirmation of a conservative judge was possibly going to initialize a Thousand-Year Reich.

That, from the guy who knows stuff.

The guy who drives by Trump Tower every day.

The guy who’s dreaming of crashing his car into a building full of people.

The guy MSNBC believes is the right person to have on.

Want more? Presto–

From the Washington Examiner:

MSNBC guest Elie Mystal, who is the executive editor of AboveTheLaw.com, advocated for nonwhite voters to mobilize to defeat President Trump in the 2020 presidential election, saying “you do not negotiate with” with his white supporters.

Host Joy Reid had asked the panel on Sunday how someone talks to a person who is “drugged by” their support for Trump.

“You don’t communicate it to them — you beat them. You beat them,” Mystal said. “They are not a majority of this country. The majority of white people in this country are not a majority of the country. And all the people who are not fooled by this need to come together, go to the polls, go to the protests, do whatever you have to do. You do not negotiate with these people, you destroy them.”

And from RedState’s Elizabeth Vaughn:

In a Thursday night appearance on MSNBC’s “All In With Chris Hayes,” contributor and legal blog editor Elie Mystal had some fiery words for Equinox and SoulCycle chairman Stephen Ross.

Ross is hosting a fundraiser for President Trump at his home in Southampton, NY this weekend and Mystal has called for protestors to show up outside his home with “pitchforks and torches.”

Apparently, the recent boycotts of Ross’ businesses didn’t go far enough for Mystal. He said:

“People of color are already targets under this administration. I have no problem on shining the light back on the donors who fund this kind of racialized hate. I mean I go further. I want pitchforks and torches outside this man’s house in the Hamptons.

Nice job, Peacock.

-ALEX

 

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