VIDEO: Watch MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough Repeatedly Using The Phrase ‘Bloodbath’

After raging and taking Trump's "bloodbath" comments out of context, video of Joe Scarborough using the same word repeatedly surfaces.
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MSNBC host Joe Scarborough was so infuriated over claims that Donald Trump’s recent comments about a “bloodbath” were taken out of context, that he cursed on his morning show over the matter.

As reported by The Political Insider on Monday, the mainstream media attempted to create a phony controversy over Trump’s speech using the word “bloodbath” by taking it completely out of context.

The GOP nominee for President was discussing the auto industry when he made the remarks, indicating it would be decimated if Biden won re-election.

The media breathlessly suggested that Trump had outright called for violence. He didn’t.

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Joe Scarborough Insists Trump Wasn’t Taken Out Of Context

To the credit of journalists on X, the media largely wasn’t able to get away with the ‘bloodbath’ hoax. This was due to real-time reporting of Trump’s full comments on the platform.

It was a view of reality previously heretofore disallowed on the former Twitter.

Joe Scarborough was furious that adding context to Trump’s comments showed he wasn’t calling for violence by any stretch of the imagination.

The MSNBC host could not accept the reality. And he indicated as such in an expletive-laced rant on his show Morning Joe.

“I’ve never really heard people discuss macroeconomics, in terms of bloodbath,” he insists. “But maybe, maybe so.”

“Obviously, he’s talking about a bloodbath for America,” Scarborough falsely stated. “It’s laid out in the terms of it. And these idiots, on Twitter, these idiots, on cable news, these idiots on Sunday shows, ‘Well, President’s, you know, he was talking only about the auto industry.’

“It’s just bullshit. Let me say that at 6:15 a.m., it’s just bullshit,” he added. “He knew what he was doing. We’re not stupid. Americans aren’t stupid. He was talking about a bloodbath. Sometimes a bloodbath means a bloodbath.”

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Scarborough Used The Phrase Repeatedly

If ever there was a clear example of projection, it’s Joe Scarborough calling people on X who reported the truth behind the comments “idiots.”

Then we have an example of hypocrisy. A video surfaced of the MSNBC host and his wife repeatedly using the term “bloodbath” in their reporting.

Now, Joe Scarborough could, of course, claim all those instances of his use of the word “bloodbath” were taken out of context.

But then, that would just be rich with irony, wouldn’t it?

Scarborough is the same yokel who told his viewers during the pandemic that Republican politicians were trying to “euthanize” senior citizens. All because GOP leaders knew they had to open the country back up during the pandemic.

Watch this clip. The disdain, the disgust they have for people who weren’t buying the COVID narrative at the time.

What’s worse? He’s telling his gullible followers that Republicans were trying to murder the elderly.

It’s okay to use the term “euthanize” but not bloodbath.

Scarborough has insinuated Trump supporters are “so stupid that they should be kept away from blenders.”

Again, the King of projection.

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