Morning Joe Biden’s latest – and most dangerous – job was done with his shovel on Monday after a dirty job of cleaning up after Gaff.
Co-host Mika Brzezinski began by claiming that Biden’s regime change was “much quieter” than the moment of President Reagan’s hot mic, where he spoke of bombing Russia. The difference, of course, was that Reagan was obviously joking, where Biden died. And Mika praised Gaff for “bringing the Kremlin back to its ankles.”
Joe Scarborough agreed, saying the gaff was “a good thing.” And in the ridiculous moment, He described Biden as “employed in Cyprus” and “forced Putin to sleep with one eye open.” Only a hard-core psychophant like Scarborough can keep a straight face when promoting the idea that the infamous Bumblebee Biden Cyphs are capable of engaging.
Scarborough attacked Republicans as “sad and non-American” who criticized Biden’s flop. Scarborough seems to have forgotten that the right to criticize our leaders is what separates the United States … from a country like Russia.
And by no means do I want to convey that I recommend for the mother to be inactive. Morning JoeIts Resident Foreign Policy Maven, Richard Hass, Head of the Council on Foreign Relations, Tweet Biden’s gossip:
“Makes a difficult situation more difficult and a dangerous situation more dangerous. It is obvious. It is unclear how much damage will be done. “
Haas, however, was strangely absent on Monday morning, at least in the show’s crucial opening half hour. Instead, Morning Joe Joe and Micah bring in three commentators to properly appreciate Biden’s speech, Gaff, and everything.
And if Biden’s regime change line was so bright, or as Scarborough later put it, a smart piece “Creative ambiguity,” Why did his handlers immediately rush to correct the record, repeatedly insisting that, unlike Biden’s Gaff, the US was not interested in regime change? Biden also had a pathetic excuse given by the UN ambassador Recommended Biden made the statement as he was overwhelmed with emotion after meeting with Ukrainian refugees.
Morning Joe claims that Biden’s Gaff, where he called for regime change in Russia, was a good thing, partly sponsored by the makers of Sling, Johnson & Johnson, Pepsid, Publishers Clearing House, Coca Cola and Pepsi.
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Mika Brzezinski: The day before, he called Vladimir Putin a butcher. And then, in his speech at the royal castle in Warsaw, Joe Biden said the quiet part aloud.
Joe Biden: Ukraine will never be a victory for Russia. For free people refuse to live in a world of despair and darkness. We will have a different future, a brighter future, rooted in democracy and policy. Hope and light, decency and dignity and freedom of possibility. For God’s sake, this person cannot be in power.
Mika: The fact that his staff tried to backtrack on his remarks echoed Reagan’s evil empire speech and his reaction to the hot mic moment when Zipper joked while checking an audio about the bombing in Russia.
Ronald Reagan: I signed a law that would ban Russia forever. We started bombing in five minutes.
Mika: All right. Joe Biden’s comments were much more silent –
Joe Scarborough: Too much tame.
Mika: – But perhaps still getting the Kremlin back to its ankles, which is a good thing for some reason.
Scarborough: That’s a good thing.
Mika: This morning we measure the impact of the Biden announcement in Poland.
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Scarborough: So, Mr. Ambassador, let’s talk about the discourse, the historical nature of the discourse. And, yes, yes, Advertising libbed lines, which is actually as far as Cypress Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. I think, Mr. Ambassador, if not for once, that Vladimir Putin is defining the terms of the debate and not guessing at us, but, Vladimir Putin wonders if he should sleep with one eye open.
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Although it is so interesting. A lot Trump is a bad-faith actor on the right Those who have been criticizing Joe Biden for being too weak are now criticizing Joe Biden for being too strong. And really It is only after that speech that they express how pitiful and non-American they are in attacking the American president. At a time like this.