MSNBC Host Suffers Massive Anti-Trump Meltdown During Broadcast - WATCH
Mika Brzezinsk attacks President during outburst
Mika Brzezinski, the co-host of “Morning Joe,” let out an unhinged tirade during a live broadcast accusing President Donald Trump of intentionally letting people die from COVID-19.
Enraged Brzezinski rambled through a series of false claims throughout the segment, which included debunked stories like:
Trump putting children in cages (debunked)
Brzezinski the said at the end of the segment:
“If you’re sensing a little intensity here, I’m a little amped up because this is an emergency.”
The host was responding to the recent story of a Florida sheriff banning his officers from wearing face masks at work.
Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods’ order also includes visitors to the office.
The reason for the ban is highly logical: in order to maintain security, it is absolutely essential that anyone coming into the station be identifiable.
The Sheriff wrote in an email:
“In light of the current events when it comes to the sentiment and/or hatred toward law enforcement in our country today, this is being done to ensure there is clear communication and for identification purposes of any individual walking into a lobby."
Woods’ stated purpose for the ban was readily available to any general moron who bothered to read past the “shocking” headlines that caught the public’s attention on the matter.
The clip below, compiled by Grabien News founder Tom Elliott, shows highlights from Brzezinski’s outburst.
It also seems many people were not buying the MSNBC's host's rant either.
One Twitter user wrote:
"This is amazing considering the opposite is true. Mika has set the stage for another major meltdown in the media. 81 days to go"
This is amazing considering the opposite is true. Mika has set the stage for another major meltdown in the media. 81 days to go— We are the storm🇨🇦 (@Ryan35562442) August 14, 2020
Brzezinski's rant comes just weeks after a former producer for MSNBC explained why she quit her network calling it “cancer” that is “stoking national division” among Americans.
Pekary wrote on her personal website lat month:
"July 24th was my last day at MSNBC. I don’t know what I’m going to do next exactly, but I simply couldn’t stay there anymore."