WRONG! Morning Joe Claims Everyone Saw Coronavirus Coming In January (VIDEO)

Think back to January of 2020.

What was everyone in media talking about back then? It was impeachment theater 24 hours a day.

Meanwhile, there was one person who was taking steps to stop Coronavirus. President Trump put together the White House Coronavirus Task Force in January. He also blocked flights from China, for which the media accused him of racism.

Trump even mentioned Coronavirus in his State of the Union address.

Democrats and the media had nothing but impeachment on their minds, but now Morning Joe of MSNBC wants us to believe everyone saw this coming. That’s not true. They didn’t.

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Joe Scarborough: ‘Everybody Saw This Coming in January’ (De Blasio Didn’t)

There’s not just a coronavirus epidemic. There’s apparently also an outbreak of amnesia—and we’re not only talking about Joe Biden.

On today’s Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough, criticizing President Trump, said:

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“We’ve heard, Zeke Emanuel, that nobody could have seen this coming. The fact is, everybody saw this coming. Everybody saw this coming in early January.”

What? Did Scarborough forget what NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Scarborough’s own show on March 10th: March 10th! Here was de Blasio speaking to Morning Joe’s Willie Geist:

Watch the video:

There’s a term for this. It’s called historical revisionism.

Remember this?

And this…

Now that the crisis has become so serious, many of the people who were pushing impeachment throughout January and February are going to try to deny reality and act like that’s not what they were doing.

They won’t get away with it. People remember.


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