“Joe Scarborough should apologize for denigrating our national day of remembrance with his shameful clickbait”

Leave it to a liberal like MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Joe Scarborough to take the tragedy of 911 and use it to take political shots at President Donald Trump. Scarborough had the temerity to equate the threat to the nation that was revealed on 911 to a so-called threat to the nation by Donald Trump. That is a slap in the face to those that suffered due to 9/11 as well as the 60 Million voters that put Donald Trump in office and still support him.

As Written and Reported By Steve Cortes for Real Clear Politics:

September 11 should not be about politics, nor about Donald Trump, and surely not about Joe Scarborough.  Only 17 years separated from that incredibly painful day, the solemnity of our national remembrance should remain particularly poignant and reservedly reverent.  After all, there are many thousands of still-school-aged young Americans who lost parents on that fateful day or in the global military struggle that followed.

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But MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” callously used the calamity of 9/11 to take cheap political shots at President Trump, writing in a Washington Post op-ed that he “is harming America more than any foreign adversary every could” and declaring on-air that Trump presents a “graver threat” to America than the 2001 attacks did.  Such hyperbole would be ridiculous and disqualifying coming from some anonymous troll on Twitter, but is jaw-dropping from a former congressman and prominent cable news morning host.

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Imagine, for comparison, a major television host in the 1950s, like Walter Cronkite or Edward R. Murrow, declaring that President Eisenhower presented a “graver” threat to America than Tojo and the Imperial Japanese Army did at Pearl Harbor?

Scarborough’s comments revealed not just a hardness of heart and total lack of decorum but also……


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