Thursday, August 03, 2017

Acosta, Interrupted

When you've lost Joe Scarborough:
Scarborough said, “Where things seemed to really melt down was when Jim Acosta — we’re certainly not putting this on Jim Acosta you can watch the clip and choose sides. Maybe we shouldn’t have TV’s in the press room after all. But when Jim Acosta used the language like it seems like your polices are trying to engineer racial and ethnic percentages or something it sure sounded like something that you would read out of Mein Kampf or something. Talking about how it looks like you are engaged in racial engineering or ethnic engineering or something we would have accused the Serbs of doing in the 1990s, at that point, it went off the rails.”
Self-made train wrecks are never good...

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