Scarborough tells Trump ‘you do everything you can to kill people’

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Joe Scarborough cries Donald Trump in tears and says ‘you are doing your best to kill people’ – as he calls the ex-president’s supporters a ‘cult of personality’ who have been ‘stupid’ about COVID-19

  • ‘Morning Joe’ co-host Joe Scarborough ripped out Tuesday morning against former President Donald Trump and his ‘cult of personality’ for being ‘stupid’ about COVID-19
  • “You do everything you can to kill people,” he said of Trump
  • Scarborough’s rant was prompted by revelations from CNN’s documentary COVID WAR: The Pandemic Doctors Speak Out.
  • Members of Trump’s coronavirus task force spoke out, including Dr. Deborah Birx who said deaths after the first 100,000 were preventable
  • Scarborough hit Trump supporters for being anti-mask and now anti-vaccine
  • ‘Stay away from household appliances, stay away from the blender … you are not smart enough to do the basic instructions,’ he said
  • The ‘Morning Joe’ co-host also argued that Trump should have shown ‘leadership’ on vaccinations, rather than getting his photos private.

Morning Joe co-host Joe Scarborough tore against former President Donald Trump and his ‘cult of personality’ on Tuesday morning for being ‘stupid’ about COVID-19.

“When is the truth no longer so important to you that you were willing to endanger the lives of others?” Scarborough asked Trump. “You do everything you can to kill people.”

Scarborough’s anger was prompted by revelations from CNN’s documentary COVID WAR: The Pandemic Doctors Speak Out, which aired Sunday night.

'Morning Joe' co-host Joe Scarborough ripped out Tuesday morning against former President Donald Trump and his 'cult of personality' for being 'stupid' about COVID-19

‘Morning Joe’ co-host Joe Scarborough ripped out Tuesday morning against former President Donald Trump and his ‘cult of personality’ for being ‘stupid’ about COVID-19

'You do everything you can to kill people,' Joe Scarborough said of former President Donald Trump (photo)

'You do everything you can to kill people,' Joe Scarborough said of former President Donald Trump (photo)

‘You do everything you can to kill people,’ Joe Scarborough said of former President Donald Trump (photo)

Members of Trump’s coronavirus task force spoke to CNN’s Sanjay Gupta, with Dr. Deborah Birx saying deaths after the first 100,000 were preventable.

The number of deaths from the coronavirus is approximately 550,000.

She and Dr. Anthony Fauci both criticized the federal government’s coverage – especially Trump’s – of COVID, as the ex-president usually refused to wear a mask and pushed for reopenings prematurely.

‘You had to be stupid. You have to believe that stupid guy. I can’t help you, no one can help you right? If you still believe in God, maybe get on your knees and pray and ask why your thought system, your belief system is so corrupt that you follow QAnon? That you believe liars on Facebook, instead of believing the truth, ”Scarborough continued.

He referred to the ex-president’s supporters as a “personality cult” and condemned them for being anti-mask and now anti-vaccine.

‘Stay away from household appliances, stay away from the blender, okay? You’re not meant for it, you’re not smart enough to do the basic instructions, ‘said the’ Morning Joe ‘co-host.

Returning to Trump, he and co-host Mika Brzezinski complained that the ex-president both took credit for the vaccine, but only subtly forced his supporters to get vaccinated.

Trump was vaccinated in January before leaving office, but did not get his photos publicly.

‘He doesn’t show any leadership. But why should he show leadership? He’s never shown leadership, ”Scarborough complained.

Scarborough then hit “anti-science” people who “wanted to make sure no one in America knows who took the vaccine and who didn’t.”

“Wrong wrong!” MSNBC host said.

Trump ally, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, said this week that he would take executive action against “ vaccine passports. ”

‘You know what? You missed the stop. The train left the station. Your idiocy that you and the last president together helped kill hundreds of thousands of Americans, that stop, it left on January 20th, ”Scarborough said, without naming a particular culprit. “And you just stand there, alone.”

“And look around you at the idiots around you, who said ‘no social distance,’ who said ‘no masking,’ who attacked the vaccine,” he continued. ‘You want to stand there on that stage and get sick and kill each other, that’s up to you. But we have moved on. ‘

Scarborough told Trump and his allies to “ stay away from leaders ” who want to make sure we can get back to our lives. ‘

Get a vaccine. Get the vaccine proof. Go to a concert, go to a baseball game. Live your life, ”he told his viewers.

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