Back from a Labor day break and facing a slow news day, MSNBC’s Morning Joe had to fill air time, and what better way to do it than to laugh at The President and mock him for helping out victims of the hurricane in Texas?
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski ran a clip of Trump helping out loading supplies on to a truck, and quipping to reporters ‘my hands are too big’.
“Yeah for like a 9-year-old,” Scarborough sardonically began, sarcastically adding “The President’s getting involved, and it’s heartening to me.”
“You can tell he’s done this before,” Scarborough continued, laughing at Trump because he handed a bucket of medical supplies to the Truck driver, rather than place it in the back of the truck.
Of course, Trump was actually greeting the Truck driver and being polite, but no matter, they simply mocked him:
“Here’s your bag of cement,” said Scarborough affecting a slow person’s voice, much to the amusement of his panel.
Yeah, it wasn’t a bag of cement though was it. It wasn’t even a bag, dickwad.
“That’s why you call it a truck,” Scarborough added, then applauding when the footage of Trump putting boxes into the back of the truck was played.
“I bet they’re not breaking this down on Fox & Friends,” Scarborough mocked.
Scarborough was simply repeating the hate spewed by Twitter trolls earlier in the day.
He hits the cab twice because that's how wealthy people think working and middle class people interact with trucks https://t.co/qIujYlZsUH
— Broderick Greer (@BroderickGreer) September 4, 2017
"I'll bring this white tub thing to the drivers window, I think maybe this is where they keep the…what do they call it…"Malt beverage?"
— Audrey Assad (@audreyassad) September 4, 2017
Seriously I guarantee you those packages were empty
— BCC (@ByCommonConsent) September 4, 2017
Did you notice how he's putting the boxes in the bed all tilted and sideways.
— Kat Leache (@katjl_) September 4, 2017
Probably called the driver, "buddy."
— Kate (@KateSpritz) September 4, 2017
this is priceless. you can detect every glitch of the automaton … from shoving the first, white container into a front seat, to boxes
— Michael Bagge (@bagge_michael) September 5, 2017
Iono is this too much work for him maybe?
— Helen C (@paristokio) September 4, 2017
These people are sitting at home on their computers laughing at The President for being seen doing something to help. They are presumably the same people who virulently hate that Trump is donating a million dollars of his own money to the relief effort.
The media simply despises the fact that the events in Texas and Louisiana have shown the country and the world that normal Americans are unified and helping each other in a time of crisis. Meanwhile, the bat-shit crazy ones sit at home on their computers laughing at the victims.