MSNBC host Ed Schultz is so worried that seniors might believe Mitt Romney’s ads on Meidcare, he debuted “Big Eddie’s Board of Truth” on his show last night.

“Romney plan: Cost to seniors hundreds of $$$$$$$” read the message scrawled on a whiteboard.

“This is not complicated, but here is where there’s a lot of seniors in our society who are not tech savvy,” he said, cautioning that he wasn’t “dissing” anyone with what he called a “generational fact in the information age.”

“[T]hey buy into these sound bites, they buy into the commercials, they’re buying into the lies,” he added.

It reminds me of Harry Reid saying with a straight face that seniors love junk mail.