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Sen. Harry Reid cozies up to new best friend: Convicted rapist Mike Tyson

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Err. The White House? Does he think Senator Reid is actually president?

Oh dear. Why the gushing over Senator Harry Reid? Because, boxing.

.@senatorreid boxed in the amateurs.. he is quite the boxing historian. An all around great person.

— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) April 3, 2013

Sen. Reid squeed in mutual admiration. Pleased to meet the “Champ.” And, you know, convicted rapist.

Pleased to meet Champ @miketyson yesterday,talked about the importance of pardoning former boxing great Jack Johnson…

— Senator Harry Reid (@SenatorReid) April 3, 2013

Tyson continues gushing.

It was an honor talking with @senatorreid about efforts to pardon Jack Johnson.[pic] —

— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) April 3, 2013

I’m going to get all my media connections to become aware of the issue.

— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) April 3, 2013

He then includes Sen. McCain in his praise. Is a chat-date up for them next? Probably not: Tyson is here legally.

@senatorreid @senjohnmccain you two are great men. You put the political differences aside to spearhead Jack Johnson’s pardon. #respect

— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) April 3, 2013

The push to posthumously pardon Jack Johnson has been going on for some time.

The AP’s Jim Litke urges Obama to pardon boxer Jack Johnson: “It is now time to recast his legacy”: -MM

— The Associated Press (@AP) March 6, 2013

It is evidently one of the most pressing issues of our time, requiring years of dedication by Sen. McCain.

Watch ESPN’s Outside the Lines w/ Bob Ley @ 3:00 pm re: pardon of Boxer Jack Johnson – the first African American heavyweight champion.

— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) October 22, 2009

The GOP nomnee for Prez using his time wisely RT @espn: McCain presses Obama to posthumously pardon Jack Johnson

— Jeff Emanuel (@jeffemanuel) October 16, 2009


As for Sen. Reid, this Twitter user has a question for you:

@senatorreid “Pleased” to meet a convicted rapist?

— Jenny (@Jenny_IDLYITW) April 3, 2013

And in a nutshell:

@senatorreid I wished you cared as much about passing a budget or not infringing on our rights as you do meeting him!

— Dixon Harper (@HarperDixon) April 3, 2013


Tyson has deleted the tweet at the top of this post and posted this in its place:

My friend @senatorreid has had an amazing journey from Washington to the White House. Read his memoir it’s compelling and funny.

— Mike Tyson (@MikeTyson) April 3, 2013

“An amazing journey from Washington to the White House.”

And there you have it … Words of wisdom from a boxer who evidently received too many punches to the head.

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