Scarborough and Mika Gush Over Shep Smith: He’s Telling the Truth About the ‘Fantasy’ Migrants

‘This is idiocracy’


SCARBOROUGH: “Obviously, the people that are getting — that are hearing this don’t read the Bible that much, if they believe it, because, my God, the whole New Testament, you look at the story of the good Samaritan, you look at Matthew 25 which, of course, somebody tried reading to Jeff Sessions and he had them arrested. I mean, that’s where we are right now. A guy tried to read one of the most important scriptures in the entire Bible, Jesus’ message on how you enter the Kingdom of Heaven, and for doing that, Jeff Sessions had police officers coming in and arresting him. No, no, there is nothing Christlike about anything that we’re seeing here. But I will tell you, Shep Smith right there, he told the truth and I know a lot of people in Mississippi have to be proud of him.”
BRZEZINSKI: “Well, I just am not sure what happens with other anchors and hosts and members of the media community, journalism, what happens when they say things like the things they said that I’m not going to repeat that we just played on this show. I don’t — that’s not responsible.”

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