Looks Like Joe Scarborough Caught Whatever Disease Biden Has [Video]

This is going down as one of the most awkward interviews on MSNBC in 2022. Host Joe Scarborough couldn’t remember the name of the bogus document Democrats used to tarnish Trump’s name. What’s even more embarrassing is that Scarborough magically forgot that his network showcased the infamous unverified Steele Dossier as fact.

Scarborough, like the rest of the leftist media nuts, used the Dossier for years as part of a long-running campaign to smear Trump. Now he says he and his buddies at MSNBC “didn’t believe from the start.”

The awkward interaction took place as Scarborough attempted to interview crooked former FBI agent Peter Strzok. “There are people out there obviously who say, “We can’t trust anything the FBI does. Look at what Peter Strzok did and look what happened with the — with the — ” [pause] what was that? I can’t even remember it. Uh, the…” Scarborough seemingly choked, drawing a blank.

His co-host and wife Mika tried to drop him a lifeline asking if he was referring to the emails between Stzrok and his mistress Lisa Paige about how they planned to stop Trump from winning in 2016.

“The Steele dossier!” Scarborough shouted. “The Steele dossier, which we didn’t believe from the start, I must say.”

All the while, a very awkward Strzok stared blankly at the camera just grinning like a fool.

It was all too weird not to watch:

Transcript

MIKA BRZEZINSKI: Let’s bring Peter Strzok into the conversation. He is former Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI’s counter intelligence division.

JOE SCARBOROUGH: Peter, thank you so much for being with us. There are people out there obviously who say, “We can’t trust anything the FBI does. Look at what Peter Strzok did and look what happened with the — with the — ” [pause] what was that? I can’t even remember it. Uh, the —

BRZEZINSKI: Text messages?

SCARBOROUGH: Just all the stuff. I can’t believe — That said that Donald Trump did horrible things in Russia. The Steele dossier! The Steele dossier, which we didn’t believe from the start, I must say.

But I don’t want to read this first before you answer that question. It’s from Wikipedia and it talks about The Wall Street Journal investigation. A comprehensive review in February 2018 of Strzok’s messages concluded that texts critical of Mr. Trump represented a fraction of roughly 7,000 texts, which stretching across 384 pages and show no evidence of a conspiracy against Mr. Trump. That is, of course, from Mr. Murdoch’s Wall Street journal. Despite that fact, I put that out there. The FBI makes mistakes. The church makes mistakes. People make mistakes. They screw up. Should this be any reason for Americans to not trust that what the FBI and the DOJ are doing now is in pursuit of protecting classified documents?

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