Joe Scarborough: Trump a Bigger Threat Than 9/11
Few people can step on a Lego over their Donald Trump criticism more than Joe Scarborough. Actually, that's not fair. To Legos. To paraphrase life coach Dwayne Johnson, Joe Scarborough can take his criticism of Donald Trump, roll it up in a ball, shine it up real nice, and shove it straight up his ass.
Criticism, like saying Donald Trump is worse for America than September 11th.
For those of us still believing that Islamic extremists hate America because of the freedoms we guarantee to all people, the gravest threat Trump poses to our national security is the damage done daily to America’s image.
No, Hoss. Damage to image is not the same as the destruction of two buildings, the damage of another, four downed flights, and over 2,000 people killed in a single morning. But thanks for playing.
The question for voters this fall is whether their country will move beyond this troubled chapter in history or whether they will continue supporting a politician who has done more damage to the dream of America than any foreign adversary ever could.
I get the midterms are just around the corner and the Democrat's vision of a blue wave has now become a blue burp. Still, an irresponsible comparison to compare Trump's image to a terrorist attack.
Joe's OpEd is all the usual "Blame America First" garbage you've read before. It's complete bullshit. It's an even bigger pile of bullshit coming from Joe Scarborough. Because President Trump isn't saying anything Donald Trump hasn't said for years. Like in 2015-2016, when Scarborough basically made Trump a co-host of Morning Joe (see Chris Cuomo Destroys Morning Joe Over Trump Hypocrisy and Here’s Why the Media Freakout Doesn’t Phase Trump Supporters). We see you, Joe-Joe.
Trump is saying the same things about radical Islam now as he did then. Everything Trump does as president is what said he was would do two years ago. When Scarborough let him call into the show from the comfort of his bed chambers. Which was around the block-ish from NBC studios.
I'm not saying President Trump is immune from criticism. I am saying, based on the recent past, none of the criticism should come from Morning Joe's face hole.