Morning Joe Panel Dreams Of Hero To Save America From Trump (VIDEO)

The Trump era is going to be a very long one for some people. Especially the panelists on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. They recently talked about what a “hero” looks like and suggested we need one now more than ever. This is so sad.

Truth Revolt has the details:

‘Morning Joe’ Panelists Dream of Hero to Deliver Us from Trump

During a discussion of Jon Meacham’s new book The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels, the panelists conversed about the historical emergence of unassuming, triumphant leaders who served the greater good in a time of need. Among those mentioned were Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ullyses S. Grant, and Winston Churchill. During the dialogue, MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle noted a “common thread” among such leaders:

“They arrive like a miracle, like a flash of sunlight on a stormy day in this country, and they are, almost to a person, people who understand several elements of life that affect everyone who is normal in this country. They understand loss. They understand what it’s like to be hurt, to be damaged within their own lives, within the frameworks of their own existence.”

To everyone’s agreement, Barnicle punctuated:

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“And oh my God, do we need someone like that today.”

Watch the video:

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For millions of Americans. that person arrived in 2016. His name is President Trump.


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