Democrats In Denial – MAGA Is Driving Them INSANE

Some on-air hacks are taking it harder than others as the Democrat state media continue to melt into a giant puddle of scared goo over the very real possibility that Donald J. Trump, the Devil’s spawn, will win the 2024 presidential election and return to the White House in January.

Joe Scarborough is one of the afflicted.

Along with her spouse and occasional minder, Mika Brzezinski, Scarborough co-hosts MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” She is a perfect illustration of how stage 4 Trump Derangement Syndrome can completely destroy a victim’s head.

In an intense episode of “Morning Joe” on Wednesday, Scarborough lost it when it came to the most recent New York Times/Siena poll, which showed the former president ahead of Biden in five of the six swing states.

Joe, who seems to enjoy conspiracy theories more than life itself, therefore did what he usually does when faced with facts that do not add up: he accused The Times, along with all other legacy media, of manipulating the polls against Biden in order to produce attention-grabbing stories about them.

“Perhaps they are attempting to make up for the 20 results, which showed a four- to five-point bias in favor of Biden? However, when you contrast these New York Times/Siena polls with other surveys released concurrently, you find that they are all incredibly biased.”

False—let us go on, though.

Joe continued to lash out against The Times, clearly upset.

“In addition, others are contacting Mika to say that this is a fair response to a single survey. No. You are free to return. You are able to see the tape. Every time there is a New York Times/Siena poll, we take this action. Because it states, “Earth ends at 5:00,” it is always an anomaly, and the New York Times usually receives 15 or 16 items from them that everyone hurries to. “They continue to write pieces on the “New York Times” link after 15 clicks.”

I would reply, “Dude, get a grip,” but you have lost all sense of reason since it seemed possible that Trump would actually win the presidency again—your greatest fear.

John Heilemann, the national affairs commentator for NBC News and MSNBC, was unimpressed and asked Scarborough a thoughtful question:

“You are suggesting that the New York Times releases these surveys on a regular basis with the intention of amplifying them to fuel the news cycle?”

Indeed. “Indeed, I am stating that,” a deluded Scarborough said.

Heilemann tried to cling to reality—for Scarborough’s sake.

“I am not arguing that it isn’t near.” I will not advocate for the New York Times or the poll’s methodology. Whenever we discuss these topics, I keep returning to what I attempt to communicate. It is, as I am sure you already know, something I am particularly interested in. “What trends are the polls pointing out regarding race?”

Reality did not phase Scarborough, and in fact, it made him even more irrational.

“I recognize. You are aware that there is a disparity in the Siena/New York Times poll, though. It has a disproportionately large influence. The current cycle and year are drastically biased in favor of Donald Trump.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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