Joe Scarborough is pretty pissed about this Rubio ad:

Did you hear anything offensive there? Joe sure did:

Here are Rubio’s exact words:

“This election is about the essence of America, about all of us who feel out of place in our own country. A government incredibly out of touch and millions with traditional values branded ‘bigots’ and ‘haters.’ This is about wages growing slower than the cost of living. A generation drowning in debt. And a president humiliated by Putin, Iran, and Islamic jihadists. I’m Marco Rubio. I approve this message because this is about the greatest country in the world, and acting like it.”

Yeah … that’s not nativism, pal.

Call us crazy, but there are presidential candidates out there who have said — and done — things that are actually offensive. Certainly more offensive than anything Rubio says in that ad.

Maybe these tweets’ll clear things up?

Dude. Come on.

Does Joe need a refresher course in anti-Americanism?

Guess Joe’s just taking a page from former Obama senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer and former Obama speechwriting director Jon Favreau’s playbook, “The Art of Selective Memory”:

Of course:

Whatever, guys.

Congratulations on your new membership in the Desperate Dem Club, Joe!