Scarborough Forgets Himself In Crazed Rant About Evil White People

This right here is good for a laugh. MSNBC nutjob Joe Scarborough went on an insane tangent with cohost Rev Al Sharpton where Scarborough blamed those pesky white wokeists for ‘scaring away’ minority voters. Scarborough was venting the same fears most of the quacks in his position currently have and that is that Democrats are doomed in the next elections. Voters can’t separate themselves enough from the extremist party and they have no one to blame but themselves—That doesn’t mean that they won’t try to pin it on someone.

Like ole Joe, blaming it all on woke white people, while he himself is in fact a ‘woke’ white person…

Scarborough: “I want to talk to you about a real blind spot that a lot of Democrats in the Beltway, in DC, have that you don’t, and you’ve been warning about.

But let’s just say it right here. And let me say it slowly for my Democratic friends in Washington, DC: black voters are more conservative than you are, white woke leaders in Washington, DC. Hispanic voters are more conservative than you are, white woke leaders in Washington, DC. Asian-American voters are more conservative than you are, white, woke, voters [sic, leaders] in Washington DC, and they’re more conservative on crime, they’re more conservative on education, they’re more conservative on, quote, these woke issues. Get. Off. Of. Twitter!”

Joe gave Sharpton about 20 seconds of screen time before moving on to get another white guy’s opinion.

Sharpton: “can you please? I know you’ve done it a lot. Can you explain to white woke leaders? Can you explain to them that they’re not only losing white dudes in the Upper Midwest, they’re losing people of color!

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Full Transcipt:

MIKA BRZEZINSKI: Here’s another clip from ‘The Circus.’ Take a look.

MARK MCKINNON: What’s your outlook for the midterms and what do Democrats have to do to overcome all the challenges?

TERRANCE WOODBURY: When you look at a place like Georgia, a place like Florida where there’s very likely going to be a person of color to be at the top of the ticket, they have to reach Obama-level support amongst black voters. And so, when we start to see that approval rating drop to 73, 72% amongst black voters, I can tell you right now: Any Democrat running statewide in 2022, that has 73% of the black vote, has lost.

MCKINNON: Really?!

WOODBURY: Full stop. There is no path to victory.

. . .

JOE SCARBOROUGH: Rev, I want to talk to you about a real blind spot that a lot of Democrats in the Beltway, in DC, have that you don’t, and you’ve been warning about.

But let’s just say it right here. And let me say it slowly for my Democratic friends in Washington, DC: black voters are more conservative than you are, white woke leaders in Washington, DC. Hispanic voters are more conservative than you are, white woke leaders in Washington, DC. Asian-American voters are more conservative than you are, white, woke, voters [sic, leaders] in Washington DC, and they’re more conservative on crime, they’re more conservative on education, they’re more conservative on, quote, these woke issues. Get. Off. Of. Twitter!

.  . . .

Can you please? I know you’ve done it a lot. Can you explain to white woke leaders? Can you explain to them that they’re not only losing white dudes in the Upper Midwest, they’re losing people of color!

AL SHARPTON: They’re losing people of color because they really don’t get the people of color’s life. If you are living in a city, in a neighborhood, that is inundated with crime, and you act like that is not an issue you have already lost me.

. . .

SCARBOROUGH: Mark McKinnon, two things can be true at once. I can talk about how Democrats need to be tough on crime. I can talk about how Democrats need to be a little less woke. I can talk about at the same time taxing billionaires, taxing multinational corporations, getting rid of the Trump tax cuts, making sure that the tax code is fair, making sure that the richest 1% don’t keep moving forward, you know, paying zero in taxes!

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