The Republican party has suffered its worst loss since Barry Goldwater. The recovery may be a long and arduous process. That shining light of conservatism, that stalwart of Reagan republicanism Joe Scarborough has renounced his party affiliation and now claims he’s an “independent.” The tragic news came during an appearance with his dominatrix, Mika what’s-her-name, on the Slimeball Colbert Show last night.
Actually, he parlayed his brief moment of notoriety during the Clinton impeachment hearings when he was occasionally humorous into a permanent gig at that liberal toilet known as MSNBC. He tacitly renounced everything he claimed to believe in, but in reality it was short step.
Scarborough makes Trump-Nixon analogy morning after he declared his departure from GOP
Note: Scarborough’s Trump-Nixon analogy comes the morning after he declared on the Colbert show that he was leaving the Republican party. Why would a principled person leave, rather than stay and fight for his beliefs? Could it have anything to do with Scarborough’s own presidential ambitions?
This column names Scarborough as a possible “independent” who could win the White House in 2020. Was Joe’s ditching of the GOP a prelude to a presidential candidacy?
THIS IS WHAT A SCARBOROUGH ADMINISTRATION WOULD LOOK LIKE: