Scarborough Scolds Democrat 'Bedwetters' Over One Bad Biden Poll
On Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough scolds Democrat "bedwetters" who are upset over an ABC News/Washington Post poll showing Joe Biden with historically low approval ratings and losing to Donald Trump in a head-to-head match-up.
'WHEEE!' Joe Scarborough Mocks DeSantis for Baseball Throwing Motion
Joe Scarborough goes "whee" 11 times in a segment mocking Ron DeSantis' baseball throwing motion.
'Take Him Down!' Morning Joe Mad at GOP For Not Hitting Trump Harder
Morning Joe expresses frustration with Republicans for not going after Donald Trump harder in the context of the 2024 GOP primary. Eugene Robinson best summed up the panel's mood: "If you're going to not have Donald Trump as your nominee, you'd better take him down! You better go after him."
Morning Joe Turns Gush Meter To 11 Over Biden's Ukraine Visit
Morning Joe turns the gush meter to 11 over Pres. Biden's trip to Ukraine, calling it "incredible, staggering, historic," and comparing Biden's bravery to that of Lincoln during the Civil War.
Scarborough's Incredibly Shameless On Gun/Abortion-Rights 'Fetishness'
On Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough denounces Republican "fetishness" over gun rights. But he ignores the Democrats extreme position on abortion, which supports the right to abortion up to, and in some cases even beyond, birth.
WORST OF 2022: The Media Heroes Award
Today we present the WORST OF 2022: The Media Heroes Award.
'Could He Perform Job?' Mika Speaking of Herschel, Or Fetterman?
On Morning Joe, Mika Brzezinski asks, "can he speak to the issues? Does he have a grasp on the issues? Would he be able to perform the job as senator?" Mika was speaking of Republican Herschel Walker, candidate for Senate from Georgia. But the same questions could just as easily have applied to John Fetterman, the stroke-impaired Democrat from Pennsylvania. Except the liberal media never asked…
Media Throw World’s Sappiest Going Away Party for Nancy Pelosi
True, the media slobbering all over Democratic politicians is fairly unremarkable. But given the Republicans’ rather lackluster performance in the recent midterm elections, now more than ever it’s worth noting just how subservient the media are to Democrats.
Morning Joe Claims—Yet Again—That Walls 'Closing In' On Donald Trump
On Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough and Gene Robinson agree that, as the liberal media loves to say, the walls are "closing in" on Donald Trump.
Morning Joe Swoons Over Biden Attacking Trump on January 6 Inaction
The Morning Joe panel swoons over Pres. Biden having attacked Trump's "courage" in not doing more to stop the Capitol riot.
Freaks' and 'Weirdos': Morning Joe Repeatedly Mocks GOP Candidates
Morning Joe repeatedly slurs Republican candidates as "freaks," "weirdos," "crackpots," and "wackos," among other insults. And Joe Scarborough once again depicts Republicans as Cheeto-smeared losers living in their mother's basement.
After Abe Shooting, Eugene Robinson Says Boris 'Knifed' His Rival
Too soon? Yes. On Morning Joe, on the day that former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated by being shot in the back, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson said Boris Johnson became prime minister of the United Kingdom "after knifing Theresa May in the back."
'Morning Joe' on State of GOP: Mussolini 'Would Be Proud'
The Democrat midterm gambit known as the House January 6 Committee held hearings Tuesday, spurring the host of MSNBC's Morning Joe to trash all Republicans. They used the desperate grab for attention by Republican Senate candidate Eric Greitens as a way of trashing all Republicans and touting Democrats as the defenders of democracy.
Georgia Breaks Records Using Law Media Decried as Voter Suppression
President Biden called it “Jim Crow on steroids,” Major League Baseball pulled the All-Star Game out of Atlanta over it, and the media provided cover for all such rhetoric. And yet, Georgia’s new election law has not suppressed the vote. In fact, the opposite has happened as Georgia has seen record breaking early turnout in the lead up to Tuesday’s primary.