Joe Scarborough on Tuesday delivered a critical message to wealthy Americans who want former President Donald Trump back in the White House because they say President Joe Biden is a “socialist.”
The co-host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” quoted a multimillionaire he knew as “arguing” that “Biden is a socialist, surrounded by socialists.”
But when the unnamed man was challenged on his claim, Scarborough said he could not justify his position by citing Biden’s socialist policies. Instead, he simply said he knew he was.
“Well, he just has to know he is because he listens to Fox News or Fox Business or Newsmax or something like that,” Scarborough suggested.
“You want to know how Biden is doing? Look at your 401k… Look at your stock app and see how much money you are making every hour because there is no crazy lunatic in the WH; there is someone who respects the rule of law. .” –@JoeNBC on the GOP claims that Biden is a socialist pic.twitter.com/QFQpFX1NGS
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) February 13, 2024
Scarborough then suggested a way for wealthy Americans to understand how the US economy is really doing under Biden.
However, Trump has repeatedly claimed that his successor crushed him low unemployment rate, recent reliable work report which stunned even Fox TV presenters and stock market records may indicate otherwise.
“Look at your 401(k),” Scarborough urged. “If you’re one of those rich country club people who drive their Ferrari or Maserati to the country club and argue about how terrible the economy is, look at your stock app and see how much money you’re making every hour because the White House there is no madman, there is someone who actually respects the rule of law.”
“There is actually someone who respects American democracy and, yes, there is actually someone who respects American capitalism and what keeps it stable,” he added. “But these bastards, I’m not quite sure what they think they’re going to get from Donald Trump, but they’re not going to get any of that. So just look straight ahead trying to figure out if he’s right for the job or not. Your 401(k) says it is.”