FLASHBACK VIDEO: Chris Matthews Incorrectly Answers Sexual Harassment on Jeopardy
On Saturday news broke that NBC confirmed through a spokesman the company made a payment to a Chris Matthews staffer after she complained about sexual harassment.
Matthews reportedly paid $40,000 to settle with an assistant producer on his show, “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” in 1999 after she accused him of harassment.
In 2012 Chris Matthews went on Jeopardy where he ended up in last place.
During the show Chris Matthews incorrectly answered a sexual harassment question on the show.
Alec Trebeck: In 1986 the Supreme Court ruled that the “hostile environment” type of this can be sex discrimination.
Chris Matthews: What is a hostile work place?
Alec Trebeck: Nope… A hostile environment type of sexual harassment.
Chris Matthews ended up dead last on the show.