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Scarborough: If You Are ‘Too Stupid’ to See Campus Protests Hurting Biden, Change the Channel

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MSNBC host Joe Scarborough argued that recent campus protests were hurting Joe Biden’s chances of winning the upcoming election.

He drew parallels to Vietnam War era protests, noting they planted seeds for Ronald Reagan’s 1980 victory.

Scarborough said, “I was young and remember my parents asking, what in the world is going on in this country? And, of course, you know, they were raised in the Great Depression and rural Georgia. It was kind of hard for them to hear rich kids on the campus of Harvard are taking over or taking over campuses at Columbia.”

Scarborough said viewers should change the channel if they were too stupid to realize the current protests were not helping those who want to fight fascism in America or help the people of Gaza.

While acknowledging the Vietnam War was unjust, he maintained the protests were having negative political effects that could lead to Donald Trump’s reelection.

He added, “If you’re offended by this, please, I’m trying to help you. I don’t want Donald Trump to get elected. All right? I’m trying to help you. If you’re too stupid to figure that out, you can change to another channel. Because we’re sorting through this as a country. And this is not helping. This is not helping the people of Gaza. And this is not helping those of us who want to fight fascism in America.”

He said, “You remember 68. It was a tidal wave. There’s a reason that Reagan won with a lot of young voters in 1980. There’s a reason the Reagan Revolution took place. The seeds were planted in 1968. And again, when I say that, I’m not saying that the Vietnam War wasn’t an unjust war, it was.”

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