Joe Scarborough: “get this political train wreck off the tracks before something terrible happens.”

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough of “Morning Joe” has written a pretty damning opinion piece on the Washington Post describing what he feels is officially the moment in which Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump has crossed a line from which there is no recovery. This is, of course, in reference to Donald Trump’s latest outrageous statements before a crowd in North Carolina that should a potential President Hillary Clinton win and proceeds to nominate Supreme Court Justices  that 2nd Amendment supporters won’t like, they should do something about her. Let’s not play with words here. Donald Trump was plain as day suggesting someone assassinate Hillary Clinton and criticism the issue should not be dropped, and he should be roundly criticized for it. There can be no explanation good enough, no excuse that will erase this issue. He has officially crossed that line. Here’s what Joe Scarborough has to say.

“And the political ride will only get rockier for Trump in the coming days after he suggested that one way to keep a conservative Supreme Court after Hillary Clinton got elected would be to assassinate her or federal judges. Trump and his supporters have been scrambling wildly all day to explain away the inexplicable, but they can stop wasting their time. The GOP nominee was clearly suggesting that some of the “Second Amendment people” among his supporters could kill his Democratic opponent were she to be elected.”

The presidential candidate that House Speaker Paul Ryan endorsed tried to explain away his suggestion of an assassination by telling Sean Hannity his comments were meant to unite supporters before the election. It’s too bad for Trump and his supporters that his comments related to what Hillary Clinton would do after being elected and nominating Supreme Court justices that gun owners would not like.

 

 

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