Scarborough Demands Criticism Stops NOW... LOL
According to Joe Scarborough, who made his career criticizing President Donald Trump, no one is allowed to criticize his precious Joe Biden for the poor job he's done handling the Putin threat. Little Scarborough apparently gets his feeling hurt every time someone suggests that Trump would have done a better job but the key to avoiding war is to emit strength and Biden was not up to snuff.
The proof is bombing the poor people of Ukraine, right now. The entire invasion might have been avoided if the sitting US president was remotely intimidating. The only people afraid of Biden are children and women caught alone with him in hallways.
The beady-eyed Scarborough complained, "Is there a growing sense of frustration at calls to do more? When in fact, as the ambassador said, who agrees, we need to do more. What has been done thus far is nothing short of historic. Let me say that again for people writing snarky op-eds about this administration and about congress and about the United States response. What has happened over the last three weeks is nothing short of historic. "
JOE SCARBOROUGH: You go down the list of the United States has given Ukraine so far--$13.6 billion. As David Ignatius said, just an extraordinary amount of arms flowing across the Polish-Ukrainian border.
My sources high up in the administration, at the Pentagon, telling me that there are weapons systems going over there that we don't even know about. Because they don't want Putin to know about them. And of course, that's the way it should be.
Is there a growing sense of frustration at calls to do more? When in fact, as the ambassador said, who agrees, we need to do more. What has been done thus far is nothing short of historic. Let me say that again for people writing snarky op-eds about this administration and about congress and about the United States response. What has happened over the last three weeks is nothing short of historic.
And anybody suggesting that Donald Trump would have done any of this, please. Please, start your clown show somewhere else. We don't want to watch it. We don't want to hear it.
Now, back to the question, Jonathan. Is Joe Biden getting frustrated despite this historic alliance, despite the historic aid flowing into Ukraine that he's still getting attacked domestically?
JONATHAN LEMIRE: Yeah, I posed this question yesterday at the White House to several administration officials. And the answer was, there is some frustration from the White House toward domestic politicians. Republicans, mainly, but a few Democrats as well who are promoting unrealistic scenarios, including that no-fly zone. But officials really stressed to me: there's no frustration toward President Zelensky. Who is, yes, asking for things that President Biden can't provide. But they understand it. His country's very existence is at stake. They understand why he is doing so.