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Tucker Carlson slammed “absolute killer” Joe Scarborough and MSNBC co-host Mika Brzezinski on Monday over their take on “working-class people.”
Near the end of his “Tucker Carlson Tonight” monologue Monday after Carlson had gone over the slanted and condescending coverage that the Freedom Convoy has been receiving, he sarcastically pivoted to a recent clip of Scarborough and Brzezinski on their MSNBC program “Morning Joe.”
“They’re deeply, deeply concerned about these uppity working-class people,” Carlson stated.
“It’s a cult,” Scarborough said in a clip shown, after asking where these protests had been before the mandates had reached such heights in Canada.
Carlson did not take this lightly as he alluded to a more than 20-year old concern that Scarborough may have been involved in the death of his staffer, Lori Klausutis while pointing out the hypocrisy of someone as well off as Scarborough critiquing the plight of the working-class.
“So here you have Joe and Mika,” Carlson said, “sneering from their studio in Florida at the freezing wage-earners stuck outside in Ottawa in February because they want their human rights.”
“Would Joe Scarborough say that to their faces?” Carlson challenged. “Probably not. Scarborough is famously tough on young female employees. Some say he’s an absolute killer in the office.”
Carlson is not the only one to call out the “mystery” surrounding the death of Klausutis in 2001 when she died after suffering trauma to her head in Scarborough’s Fort Walton Beach, Florida office. President Donald Trump had made calls for an investigation in 2017 on Twitter.
The tweet that is now inactive due to account suspension read in part, “And will they terminate low ratings Joe Scarborough based on the ‘unsolved mystery’ that took place in Florida years ago? Investigate?”
Carlson further drove home how little the “Morning Joe” hosts could relate to the Freedom Convoy by honing in on a commodity that might be high on their priority list.
If trucking came to a stop in the U.S. not only would it halt the food supply and risk starvation for many, it would cripple the supply of Botox.
Carlson explained, “The world’s entire supply of Botox is manufactured on the west coast of Ireland. That’s a long way from here. In fact, it’s a 4,000-mile long supply chain from the…plant in Westport, Ireland to Jupiter, Florida.”
“Now people at MSNBC might not be aware of this,” Carlson went on, “but our country has no domestic Botox production. Along with vitamin C and antibiotics, it’s one of the life-saving pharmaceutical products we have recklessly off-shored.”
If the Botox were to stop, Carlson added, “suddenly your morning television anchors are going to look like they’re 58 years old, which actually they are.”
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