Joe Scarborough Blames COVID Deaths on Trump: “Nobody’s Ever Done So Much To Kill So Many People”

National   |   Mark Finkelstein   |   Oct 27, 2020   |   11:35AM   |   Washington, DC

Sick Joe Scarborough’s pitiful public disintegration continues. Yesterday, we caught him, his face contorted in an ugly snarl, screaming at Trump voters that they were “stupid” for continuing to support the president.

On today’s Morning Joe, Scarborough took things a disgusting step further, saying of President Trump that:

Nobody’s ever done so much to kill so many people. That is correct. Nobody.”

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Brzezinski parroted, “Literally nobody.” Mika, I don’t think you’re using the word “literally correctly.

Yes: in effect, Scarborough was accusing President Trump of being the biggest mass murderer in history.

Here’s the exchange:

JOE SCARBOROUGH: [clears throat] Nobody’s ever done so much to kill so many people. That is correct.



MIKA: Literally, nobody.

Scarborough was reacting to a clip of President Trump at a Pennsylvania rally saying that nobody had ever done as much as he has in his first three-and-a-half years in office. It is of course false and outrageous to accuse the president of having killed Americans who have died of COVID.

But in any case, it then apparently dawned on the deranged Joe that he had forgotten certain other historical figures, such as Hitler, Stalin, and Mao. So ex-congressman Scarborough decided to “revise and extend” his remarks, saying: “nobody in the White House.” Gee, thanks Joe!

Scarborough’s sick attack, saying “nobody’s ever done so much to kill so many people” as President Trump, was sponsored ZipRecruiter. Click on the link to let them know what you think. Note: Mark Finkelstein has a B.S. from Cornell University, an Ed.M. and a J.D. magna cum laude from SUNY Buffalo, and an LL.M. from Harvard. He lives in Ithaca, NY where he hosts “Right Angle,” a local political talk show. Finkelstein is a Contributing Editor at MRC’s NewsBusters blog, where this article originally appeared.