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Scarborough: “Words that come out of” Kellyanne’s mouth “so stupid” they “make my teeth hurt”

Scarborough: “Words that come out of” Kellyanne’s mouth “so stupid” they “make my teeth hurt”

“saying the inexplicable”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXDKan40zuk

On today’s Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough said that presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway is “so stupid” that it “makes my teeth hurt.” Scarborough, presumably seeking to cover his tracks, then revised his remark to say “not her, but the words that come out of her mouth,” a distinction with no real difference.

Conway had noted the donations to Democrats including Hillary Clinton made by Robert Mueller and several lawyers he has appointed to his investigative team.

Scarborough’s point was that those donations don’t equal the donations made to Dems by President Trump himself and by his former communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

But there is a huge difference that Scarborough ignores. Donald Trump is not prosecuting Robert Mueller or his team. That team has an obligation, as prosecutors, to avoid both actual and perceived conflicts and bias.

JOE SCARBOROUGH: Kellyanne Conway again just doing the inexplicable, saying the inexplicable, saying things, Kasie Hunt, that make my teeth hurt when she is so stupid that they make my teeth hurt, not her, but the words that come out of her mouth when she’s spinning, talking about how Bob Mueller has given to Democrats.

Take all of Bob Mueller’s entire team, and they haven’t given as much money to Democrats as Donald Trump and his former communications director Anthony Scaramucci, who he hired while making the complaints. They’ve supported Obama. They’ve supported Clinton. They’ve supported Schumer. They’ve supported the DNC, paid hundreds of thousands of dollars. Bob Mueller hasn’t paid that much. So that makes no sense.

Note: It’s not surprising that Scarborough would criticize Conway in such insulting terms. Back in February, Mika Brzezinski issued a fatwa barring Kellyanne from the show. If Morning Joe is going to attack Conway so harshly, wouldn’t it be fair to invite her on the show to respond and defend herself?

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Must have been a welcome reduction in pain from what comes out of your mouth, daily.

Are you sure that is not butt hurt because a lot of crap comes out of your mouth.

Morning Joke!

You’re attracted to stupid women, Joe. We acknowledge that. But Kellyanne is not stupid, and you can’t have her.

am i supposed to know who this idiot is?

Someone ruined a good horse’s ass when they put teeth in Scarborough’s mouth!

Joe is pathetic, actually clownish. Thankfully, I only see a little bit of him here, courtesy of Mr. Finkelstein who endures this day after day.

Trump was a several billion worth business forced to donate to both parties (cost of doing business)
The Mueller’s team is made of partisan democrats personally invested in one party only – huge difference

    clintack in reply to aif. | August 7, 2017 at 11:01 am

    Especially forced to donate to the Democrats running NYC where most of his business is. Hence, Clinton and Schumer.

    YellowSnake in reply to aif. | August 7, 2017 at 1:23 pm

    So he donates out of expediency? That’s you explanation? You mean that if he wants some benefit for himself, he makes a donation? Funny, because other rich conservatives don’t donate to democrats. David Koch lives in NYC.

    How do you know Trump’s political positions aren’t expedient? Can you trust him?

Where do the stupid things that come from Mika’s mouth hurt you Joe?

What Joe fails to mention, with his cherry-picked statistics, is that Trump, and his businesses, contributed to pretty much every candidate in both parties who could have any influence over his businesses. This is not the case with Mueller’s attorneys. And, of course, Trump was never directly employed by the Clintons, as was at least one of Mueller’s attorneys.

Trump was never an ideologue. He has always been a businessman. And, if one looks at his political agenda, it is all business growth oriented. All of it. And, political contributions to forestall any ill will from a politician is simply a cost of doing business.

    YellowSnake in reply to Mac45. | August 7, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    Ken Starr was a staunch conservative. Did you have a problem with him?

    BTW, since when is expediency a defense? What you are saying is that Trump is without principle. Welcome to the club.

      What are you talking about? How did Ken Starr get involved in this discussion, anyway?

      As to Starr’s politics, I really have no idea. He was appointed to the US Court of Appeals for DC by Reagan [who was not a traditional conservative by any stretch of the imagination] and then was Solicitor General for G.H.W. Bush [again not a conservative]. Interestingly enough, John Roberts was his deputy [another “conservative” who has proven not to be very conservative]. He did finish the Whitewater investigations for Fiske[which produced NO indictments and one death even though there was overwhelming evidence that crimes had occurred]. So, I don’t really see any solid Goldwater conservative bona fides, here. But, I could be wrong. It is interesting that he was one of the attorneys for Jeffrey Epstein. Moral fiber quotient?

      As to politicians being without principle, that is the #1 requirement for the job. Politics is the science of enlightened self interest. Trumps self interest parallels that of most of the middle class and is largely confined to economic matters. Unlike the Establishment politicians in DC [that is all of them by the way] trumps is pursuing a limited political position to achieve very specific, clearly stipulated goals. He’ll be gone in 4-8 years. I do not foresee a second career in community activism in HIS future.

        YellowSnake in reply to Mac45. | August 8, 2017 at 12:14 am

        Starr is relevant because you were implying a bias by Mueller and his deputies. I think you are more than a little disingenuous when you claim to know nothing of his politics. Were you asleep during his investigation? Did you not notice the he became a Dean at Pepperdine and president and chancellor of Baylor University. Both would be considered on the extreme right by most.

        His final report makes a claim of perjury concerning Monica Lewinsky that most certainly contributed to what followed. That was rather far afield from the original investigation. So there is precedent for widening investigation.

        As to whether Clinton committed overwhelming crimes, you are entitled to your opinion. The fact that Starr didn’t find one is hardly proof that he was some liberal. A murder? Be careful. I see your credibility circling the drain. In the absence of case, I would be careful. I can easily point you to alleged conspiracies that are claimed on the left, too. I take little stock in either side. I am not inclined to believe anyone who can tie too neat a bow. For instance, David Brock and Glenn Beck have both recanted their particular conspiracies – actually Brock claims there was a conspiracy – to get W. J. Clinton.

        Politicians vary in their degree of principle. Claiming that they are all alike is a rationalization. Claiming that self-interest is the equivalent of being unprincipled is another simply wrong. The truth about Trump is easily discernable in his speeches, actions and the public record. It requires no conspiracy theorists. But if you don’t wish to see it, I cannot force you to. BTW, I agree that Trump is no ideologue. But he conveniently became one to win the votes of the ideologues.

        The whole point of my reply to your original post was that Mueller has an unimpeachable reputation and was accepted by both sides. Trump’s reputation has been tarnished for 50 years. His 1st book discusses – ‘truthful hyperbole’. That is just a lying way to describe lying. It has been my experience that if someone will lie about little things, he cannot be trusted on anything. Would you say your sainted Goldwater, being a politician, was as unprincipled as Trump?

          inspectorudy in reply to YellowSnake. | August 8, 2017 at 11:13 am

          As usual, you are half cocked in your diatribe. Starr was an independent counsel and not a special counsel as is Mueller. Starr reported to Congress and Mueller has to not only report to the DOJ, but seek permission to go any further in his reporting. It is up to Rosentein to decide if Mueller has gone astray or not. For Starr he had no limits and his report would be made public as soon as Congress received it. We all know that Mueller’s report will go public even if he finds no criminal offense just to embarrass Trump.

Say it about any liberal female and you’re burned at the stake…must be nice to have those protections in the beltway media mafia.

Honestly, what did we gain by giving this backstabbing moron attention? Nothing, I can think of.

But what we did do, is give this backstabbing moron incentive to continue to act like a backstabbing moron.

    YellowSnake in reply to TheFineReport.com. | August 7, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    Hey FauxReport,

    I understand that you don’t like what he says. But what makes him a backstabber? That he used to be a republican? I guess you would sympathize with Muslims who consider it a capital offense to change religions.

    What do you think about someone who used to support choice and gave to Planned Parenthood, but ran for office in opposition to them? Did he just see the light or is he a backstabber, too?

So what exactly does Joe think he’s saying here? Person A donates to something, and person B donates to the same something, but B’s donation is bigger than A’s, so … A’s donation doesn’t count?

Oh great, now my teeth hurt.

Kellyane Conway is the first woman to run a presidential campaign, and she pulled off the most stunning upset in history of American politics.

Her name should be on every girl’s lips as an inspiration of what women are capable of. Instead, the Left demonizes her.

Fen’s Law – the Left doesn’t really believe in the things they lecture the rest of us about.

    YellowSnake in reply to Fen. | August 8, 2017 at 12:18 am

    Conway is demonized for lying with terms like ‘alternative facts’.

    YS’s Law – The Right will always resort to ad hominem attacks and claim hypocrisy – as if hypocrisy doesn’t exist in their own camp.

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