Mika Brzezinski appointed ‘Queen of all Karens’ for incessantly trying to tattle on Trump for mean tweets

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Just call her Karen …

Far-left MSNBC commentator Mika Brzezinski spent much of Wednesday publicly begging Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to ban President Donald Trump from the social media network over his alleged violations of its inconsistent, biased policies.

Observe:

Her disingenuous, phony and hypocritical crying — after all, she’s the same smear merchant and disinformation peddler who claimed last year to a national audience that the president “wants” mass shooting to occur — did not go unnoticed.

A plethora of social media users perceived an uncanny similarity between her obsession with getting Trump removed from Twitter and the obsession of some nasty women with shaming and punishing violators of coronavirus lockdown policies.

Nasty women like this:

There’s a new nickname for women like this: Karen.

And with Brzezinski having adopted the methods of these sorts of nasty women, a large swath of the public have decided to begin calling her Karen as well.

Karen Brzezinski, to be exact. Aka the “Jussie Smollett of Karens,” as one put it.

Look:

So how much of a Karen is Brzezinski? So much so that she took her complaints to the national airwaves.

Seriously …

Watch:

Wah!

The hypocrisy was astounding given all the lies and propaganda that Brzezinski and her peers at MSNBC routinely peddle to the American public.

Just recently, her husband, fellow MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, smeared Vice President Mike Pence by sharing a deceptively-edited video suggesting that Pence had carried empty boxes of personal protective equipment as part of a staged photo-op.

To be fair, Scarborough eventually deleted the tweet and apologized. But he’s yet to apologize for his other false claims, including the lie that the president hasn’t begun taking the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine as part of a coronavirus prevention plan.

The following note from the president’s physician proves otherwise:

Brzezinski’s current bout of rage against the president stems from his reference to a conspiracy theory involving her husband.

In tweets posted early Wednesday morning about the injustice faced by Roger Stone, Trump lamented the fact that alleged criminals like Scarborough are still “allowed to walk the streets.”

Look:

The theory resurfaced this week thanks to Scarborough’s own very creepy words.

As of Thursday morning, Trump’s account still remained active on Twitter. Sorry, Karen.

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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