Watch: Scarborough Makes A Buffoon Of Himself, Latest GOP Prediction Will Make You Laugh!

Listening to Joe Scarborough try to predict the next GOP presidential candidate for 2024 is almost as comical as claiming that he is the “conservative” voice on MSNBC. The liberal host apparently has a crush on Liz Cheney, because the soon-to-be removed Rep. is apparently his number one pick for the next presidential run.

Scarborough then begins to gush of the Cheney Family, “you don’t call Dick Cheney, her father, a war criminal for like two decades, and then like worry about whether Liz Cheney is liking you or not. She doesn’t! Like Liz is doing this because this is what Liz believes. And it is — I’d say it’s a turning point for the GOP, but there’ve been about 87 turning points for the GOP.

He snarked, “They just keep turning that golf cart in towards Donald Trump. Nobody’s ever jerked it the other way.”

Scarborough continued, “I just wonder if they’re not playing right into Liz Cheney’s hands, ultimately, by making her actually the alternative that people like me.” Assing, “suburban voters in Atlanta, and suburban voters in Maricopa County don’t look at somebody like Liz Cheney and say, okay: well, there’s somebody that believes in small government, there’s somebody that believes in traditional foreign policy. Yeah! Sounds okay to me!”

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Full Transcript:

JOE SCARBOROUGH: The Republicans, Jim VandeHei, are trying to run Liz Cheney out of town. You know, it’s very funny. I keep seeing these liberals writing op-eds going, well, we don’t like you, Liz Cheney. What you’re doing is a good thing, but we don’t like you.

The Cheneys don’t give a damn whether liberals like them or not.

MIKA BRZEZINSKI: They don’t need them to validate them.

SCARBOROUGH:

You don’t call Dick Cheney, her father, a war criminal for like two decades, and then like worry about whether Liz Cheney is liking you or not. She doesn’t! Like Liz is doing this because this is what Liz believes. And it is — I’d say it’s a turning point for the GOP, but there’ve been about 87 turning points for the GOP, Jim.

MIKA: And the sad thing is, it’s not!

SCARBOROUGH: They just keep turning that golf cart in towards Donald Trump. Nobody’s ever jerked it the other way.

And I just, I just wonder if they’re not playing right into Liz Cheney’s hands, ultimately, by making her actually the alternative that people like me —

MIKA: Uh-huh —

SCARBOROUGH: — and suburban voters in Atlanta, and suburban voters in Maricopa County don’t look at somebody like Liz Cheney and say, okay: well, there’s somebody that believes in small government, there’s somebody that believes in traditional foreign policy. Yeah! Sounds okay to me!

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