“Watching this all weekend, I will say, first of all, everyone talks about what Comey did as being outrageous. This was a great, credible man with great integrity a week ago. So, I don’t really get that,” Mika said. Her co-host, Joe Scarborough, often dubbed a “RINO” by GOP faithful, nodded his head in agreement.
“The bottom line is: this all goes back to the server, something she shouldn’t have done, something that was way more than a mistake,” Mika Brzezinski added. “Way more. And this is a self-inflicted, massive wound.”
The Morning Joe host was right. Hillary Clinton has been her own worst enemy.
Hillary chose to try circumventing the rules when she created her private server. Then, she chose to once again flaunt her above-the-law mindset and delete emails instead of turning them over to Congress as lawfully ordered to do.
Next, Hillary went on live television multiple times and outright lied to the American people. Then, Bleachbit came into the picture.
“I just kept thinking how I’ve been on my horse, going after Republicans and the Republican Party. ‘You nominated this guy! You nominated Donald Trump! How could you do that?” Mika added. The moment of frustrated self-reflection was obviously a reaction to her mounting disgust with her party’s own presidential candidate.
“When I’m thinking: Democrats nominated someone who is under an FBI investigation for having a private server among other things. So, here we are,” Mika Brzezinski. Some of the Morning Joe guests tried to blame James Comey and even Donald Trump for Hillary’s last minute scandal redux, but the liberal pundit simply was not about to have it.
Neither Hillary nor Bill Clinton have ever had to reap what they have sown, not really. Bill was impeached but wasn’t run out of office, and he remained popular among Dems and went on to earn tens of millions of dollars through the family’s “charity.”
Huma Abedin’s decision to sync her phone on her perverted husband’s laptop might just be what finally takes Hillary Clinton down. The irony of Hillary being done in by the obscene and over-sexed habits of a philandering man is almost to too perfect of a poetic justice scenario to be contemplated.