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Joe Scarborough is walking a Moses-wide divide right now. The fact that Democrats are gratified with a serious, realigning election thumping, and Republicans are alternately screaming in agony and grabbing their knees in fetal position has allowed his truly offensive bilge to go uncalled-out.
For two days now he has accused the president - on no evidence whatsoever - of a "cover-up."
Conveniently having guests who will only reinforce his crying wolf is obfuscating the fact that he is, in no uncertain terms, crying wolf, and to be clear, his "wolf" is that the President of the United States is involved in a conspiracy.
That's a serious, serious accusation.
Are there no repercussions for such cavalier accusation? It seems Democrats are too elated to observe the magnitude of his spastic tantrum.
Two Democrats went on his show and allowed themselves to be walked around the topic and that was not cool.
This guy has to be called out, pronto, and unambiguously.
No matter how painful your wounds from a smack-down election, you don't get to casually accuse the president of conspiracy.