Twitter war: Hannity vs Scarborough


Twitter was the scene of virtual sparring between Sean Hannity and Joe Scarborough on Wednesday morning when the Fox News host elicited a reaction from the “Morning Joe” co-host by tweeting out, “Poor liberal Joe and Mika continue their daily emotional meltdown. Hilarious video montage tonight at 10 on Hannity FNC.”

Formerly a Florida GOP congressman in the 90s, Scarborough shot back less than half an hour later, tweeting, “Comrade, your continued obsession with those who refuse to be apparatchiks for Russia suggests resentment and envy. You are obsessed.”

Reacting to ongoing verbal assaults against President Trump by Scarborough and “Morning Joe” co-host and fiancee Mika Brzezinski, Hannity has defended the President by pointing out MSNBC’s low ratings and Scarborough’s apparent agenda, stating on his Fox show:

“Joe Scarborough has one of the lowest-rated shows ever in cable. He always has. He has always had delusions of grandeur. He has begged for jobs here and that he be the president. He’s really just an arrogant, pompous jack — but the way him and his fiancee, Mika, are treating this — it’s a constant refrain over there.”

Hannity made further comments after Scarborough characterized the President on “Morning Joe” as “a kid pooping in his pants,” stating:

“They have taken it to a new low. They have no evidence, no facts, no message. They have no class, they have lost all of that integrity to those people who know what the facts are. It’s absolutely a disgrace and they are deceiving the few viewers they have left. If they continue this nonclassy attack on the president and his administration and everything he does, despite the list of great accomplishments so far — that integrity will cause even more and more people to simply turn the channel as you have indicated they should do if they don’t like it.”

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