Discussion: Joe Scarborough Goes Off On 'Pathetic' Female Columnists Shaming Lewinsky (VIDEO)

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HA! the serial adulterer is ranting about Clinton’s affairs…LMAO
And of course no one will call him out. maybe one of those female columnists should do some digging and out the troll
Hypocrites everyone of those reTHUGS


I’m sorry… ever since Russell Brand appeared on this program its lost any shred of respectability it may or may not have had. Bill had affairs because of the temptation his power provided him with, Hillary was a victim of this, not a perpetrator. Bill ran his own White House. Bill is responsible for his own actions, not Hillary.

If the roles had been reversed, and Bill was running right now, would he face these sorts of questions?


I will agree with Scarborough that the people who are shaming Lewinsky now are bottom feeders. She is right, she was globally humiliated. Everyone around the world knows of the blue dress. And it really isn’t fair. Of course, at the end of the day, it was two consenting adults doing nothing illegal, so there should not have been any shaming anywhere (except for Clinton a little for infidelity, but really that is between him and Hillary).

And none of it has anything to do with Hillary’s political career. If these are the lines the GOP has teed up, she will coast into the White House if she wants it.


So when is anyone going to ask Morning Joke about what happened to Lori Klasutis?


Monica Lewinsky is a victim of her own exhibitionism. Joe Scarborough has a similar problem.


First of all, the women involved with Bill Clinton were consenting adults–yes, consulting adults. Ms. Lewinsky was betrayed by her so-called friend, Linda Tripp and the lovely Goldberg family, Lucy Ann and Jonah. Scarborough should quit while he is behind because there is plenty on the internet about his relationships and maybe someone will bring up the young intern found dead in his office. It isn’t the women saying the Lewinsky affair should be part of Hillary’s Presidential aspirations, it is you and that idiot, Rand Paul


"Back in January, Scarborough argued that the treatment of women in Bill Clinton’s White House would be a “fair question” for Hillary Clinton should she decide to run for president…So if Hillary runs question HER about Bill’s affair but don’t question the women in the affair???. I think you have an agenda Joey…funny just yesterday you went off on Chuck Todd and revised History as Chuck said about how great Clinton was…Make up your mind Joey…


So. I agree with Joe, but do we take this as an apology for his own despicable role? He was there in Congress, you know, during the whole debacle.


If not having affairs was on the list of things a President absolutely cannot do… the US would have no FDR, no Kennedy, and who knows how many other good Presidents. I’m not condoning affairs (although Clinton’s was in the workplace, which I do have an issue with) but its a private matter, and has nothing to do with a politician’s job - which, at least on paper, is setting a nation’s governing policies.

That being said, I do feel that Lewinsky has really gotten the short end of the stick here - and that liberals who blame her or who think she’s wrong for speaking out are partisan hacks. Bill was in a position of power and took advantage.

What grinds my gears is that this all has nothing, nothing at all to do with Hillary Clinton.


Joe went on a rank about something? Yawn.


He would stomp off stage if somebody did that. He has shown a history of refusing to answer any and all questions and pouting if someone asks questions about a dead campaign worker in his office.

What would be just as interesting here though, would be to quiz his hypocritical ass about the affair he was having that led to both his divorce and him being forced to resign from Congress.


How sad does your life have to be for anyone to care what scarborough thinks?


Because Joe “What dead intern?” Scarborough is so attuned to women’s subordination and degradation. . .


I somehow doubt that the New York Post is a hotbed of women’s rights.


Here are the key quotes:

"…Sure, my boss took advantage of me, but I will always remain firm on this point: it was a consensual relationship.

Any ‘abuse’ came in the aftermath, when I was made a scapegoat in order to protect his powerful position…. "

“…Thanks to the Drudge Report, I was… possibly the first person whose global humiliation was driven by the Internet…”

“…The Clinton administration, the special prosecutor’s minions, the political operatives on both sides of the aisle, and the media were able to brand me. And that brand stuck, in part because it was imbued with power…”

Kinda puts a different perspective, right, Joe?


On the 31st of Neveruary.


Hillary’s comments about Lewinsky – calling her a “narcissistic loony toon” and absolving her husband of any blame for such a clearly inappropriate and inherently exploitative workplace interaction – are really worrying to me. It pains me to agree with Scarborough (and he has very little moral standing on this issue, to be sure), but I think Hillary’s tacit acceptance and endorsement of her husbands’ taking advantage of female employees and her denigration of Lewinksy as a crazed attention-seeker simply for speaking out should be fair game for questions if she runs.

Joe Bacon: I have no luv for Scarbro, but I think your comment is grossly unfair.
A coroner determined that the young woman who died in his ofc hit her head on furniture after suffering a stroke. The coroner’s findings are good enough for me.
Someone very close to me died in an almost identical way a few years back.

Who is he attacking exactly? Lynne Cheney who is speculating that the Clintons trotted Monica out now to inoculate Hillary for 2016?

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