Fox News host Greg Gutfeld has the cure to your “Morning Joe” sickness.
The conservative anchor dropped a satirical video for his supporters Sunday night to better prepare them for a miserable Monday morning with MSNBC hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski.
The video, depicting a fake medical ad, lays out the symptoms of “Morning Joe” sickness as experiencing headaches and nausea due to all the “smarmy, self-congratulatory rhetoric.” But rejoice, as there is a Remotrex cure “which uses advanced laser technology to stop the sounds of TV’s most outspoken social climbers from ever reaching your earholes.”
“Morning Joe” has made its name, of late, bashing Trump and you can’t necessarily blame the producers. They have the president to thank for the ratings, which are always highest when they beef. But it does take an element of honesty away from the show because you know every word the duo of hosts utters about Trump, Fox News, or the political right, in general, is said knowing conflict equals ratings.
Thus, this Greg Gutfeld video may be a win for “Morning Joe.” They’ll respond to it in some cringeworthy way, true to form, and will get the “self-congratulatory” satisfaction of producing the conflict their watchers crave.
As an example, in their recent criticism of Fox News’ coverage of murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich, it can be seen they’re willing to say anything to perk up listeners’ ears.
“A murdered young man, Seth Rich, has been used to try to draw attention away from this Russian story, right?” Scarborough asked. “The level of cruelty in this story is exceeded only by the level of malice in pushing it and forwarding it.”
“The kids call that, a ‘steaming pile of poo,’” Brezinski admonished.
— Greg Gutfeld Show (@GregGutfeldShow) August 6, 2017
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