Moment Piers Morgan realizes he’s being mocked on TV by his own co-host, and there’s no escape

In a classic case of psychological projection, Good Morning Britain co-host Piers Morgan tried to wax eloquent about needing a “respite” from people who go “on about politics” on Facebook.

Except his co-host, Susanna Reid, wasn’t shy about pointing out the elephant in the room…

…sitting right beside her!

“I get annoyed when people start banging on about politics on Facebook,” Morgan said. “I’ve had to unfriend family members. Because, come on, please, I need some respite. Can’t you just put a picture of your little kid having an ice cream or something, doing a cartwheel?”

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Yeah, if you thought this was a bit of “pot / kettle” syndrome from the bombastic Morgan, you’d be on the same wavelength as Reid.

“I know exactly what you mean,” Reid responded. “When someone just keeps going on and on and on.”

“And you just need respite, and a break, and you just wish you could de-friend them,” Reid said, before the camera closed in on Morgan, who seemed to finally understand that he was being masterfully trolled.

That moment when you realize you’re being mocked on national television and there’s absolutely nothing you can do about it.

“But you’re just forced every day to listen to their views, I know exactly how you feel,” Reid concluded.

We can only imagine!

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