Another day, another self-righteous lecture from Joe Scarborough:
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) December 26, 2018
And for how many months did Scarborough tongue-bathe Trump on MSNBC, knowing full well what kind of a person Trump is? Scarborough’s monologue isn’t so much a scathing rebuke as it is a shameless attempt to shirk responsibility for the significant role he played in making Trump the GOP nominee.
With all due respect, Joe, you can take your speech and shove it. You helped build this. You helped make this happen.
While the monster that is Donald Trump has many Frankensteins, @JoeNBC is one of the more prominent ones.
— Joe (@joec522) December 26, 2018
And Joe helped him get into office.
— Kennedy (@KennedyX8) December 26, 2018
Said the guy who more than most, got him elected. FU, Scarborough.
— Ross Berger (@RB9CMS) December 26, 2018
Joe Scarborough is already the worst 'taking suit' on television. He was a friend and supporter of Trump before he wasn't.
— Smartacus (@fivestarmichael) December 26, 2018
How does it feel @JoeMSNBC to know you were complicit in putting him on the WH. Still waiting for you to admit u flattered him with praise and free media while dismissing the other candidates.
— Geri B Anderson (@GeriBAnderson) December 26, 2018
Scarborough, more than any other media personality, helped build the Trump political machine.
His whining is unbecoming at this late date. https://t.co/BIrvd5UlOk
— Pradheep J. Shanker, M.D., M.S. (@Neoavatara) December 26, 2018
And it is constant. It’s like he thinks we will forget. We won’t.
— Veta Louise (@ednasdiner) December 26, 2018
If Scarborough had a shred of integrity, he’d cop to his own role in sweeping Trump into the White House. But he doesn’t, so he won’t. He doesn’t deserve to be given the benefit of any doubt. Not anymore.