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Mika tries to bring up ‘Trump’s unbelievably inappropriate hug’ on her, uninterested hubby Joe talks right over her

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Mika Brzezinzki started to “share the story about Trump’s unbelievably inappropriate hug in our studio” when her husband Joe Scarborough continued talking right over her. He shrugged, gave a dismissive “ehh, nyehh” and rolled on, leaving her in the dust. Quite funny, especially if you can envision what surely would happen as a result between the two during the next commercial break.

The MSNBC Brzezinzki-Scarborough tag-team of treachery was droning on and on in a futile effort to defend Joe Biden’s fetish for public fondling by redirecting viewers’ attention to President Trump.

Source: Joe shrugs Mika off on Trump hug by BPR

Seven women and counting … that’s the number who have come out in the last several days and said that they have been made to feel uncomfortable with Joe Biden’s style of up-close and personal physical affection.

Yeah, but, but, but …

Brzezinski said she was upset that the President joined in the piling on of the former Vice President by retweeting a comical edited video on Twitter that showed Joe Biden perving on Joe Biden …

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1113862077842640898

The MSNBC host indicated that she is a close friend of Biden. She has insisted that his handsy style of affection is “harmless.”

Though she had little or nothing to say about the other six accusers of Biden’s discomforting touching and sniffing ways, she recently attacked Lucy Flores as being “politically motivated.”

“Are we allowed to bring up that Lucy Flores is a huge Bernie person?” Brzezinski asked on Monday. “Democrats, you have to ask yourself what exactly is the line, the ‘Me Too’ line, you want to draw? Because you will live and die by that line.”

SHUDDER ALERT: Oddly, Brzezinski also said this week that if she were to interview Biden, she would be devastated if he “doesn’t hug me, and give me a kiss, and hold my hand while we’re talking.”

Her Biden-defense campaign is all consuming. In still another segment this week, while talking with former Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat, Brzezinski said, “In this climate, I feel like a lot of men have nowhere to go when something like this happens. And what seems unfair about this is–again this is not–we’re not talking about sex, we’re not talking about harassment. None of these women have said it felt sexual … they said it was a little weird.”

She mentioned and tried to connect challenges Biden has faced in his life such as losing his wife and child in a car accident and his son to brain cancer.

“If you can go on national television and talk about Joe Biden putting his hands on your back,” she argued, “and now you’re demanding an apology from him because what he said on Twitter is not enough, “you probably could’ve told him in real time, and he probably would’ve said ‘I’m sorry, I was trying to be nice.’ It probably could’ve been finished right there.”

“C’mon, we’re not snowflakes,” she emphasized. “We have to decide what we get upset about.”

Best guess is that getting upset has to be reserved for Republicans and red hats.

Victor Rantala

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