Fox News’ The Five began their Friday show by pointing out the hypocrisy evident in the fact that Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski have reacted like delicate flowers to President Trump’s attacks when they have been guilty of some pretty “sexist” stuff themselves.
Specifically, Greg Gutfeld pointed out several instances of blatant sexism on air, like the time Scarborough “jokingly threatened to hit Mika with his backhand” in 2008, rhetorically asking if Donald Trump said all those things.
“So who is sexist here?” Gutfeld asked. “Could we please stop turning this pretentious pair into victims? Because they’ve been trafficking in this stuff forever. The entire staff of Morning Joe, as we saw by those clips, are a bunch of hypocritical drama queens. They cultivated this relationship with Donald Trump, they kissed his butt, they rip him when they felt that it benefits them so they’d gain respect at cocktail parties, then they tried to reel him back in and cultivate his friendship so he might do the show.”
“They are actually a media swamp,” he concluded.
Later in the segment, Meghan McCain also lit into Morning Joe, recalling when Brzezinski derided the women on Fox’s Outnumbered as “these people with long legs and short skirts.” McCain called it “the very definition of misogyny and sexism.”
Resident liberal Juan Williams didn’t disagree with those characterizations but did mention that none of those people were/are the President of the United States.
Watch the clip below, via Fox News.
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