MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Tried to Fool Their Viewers

I guess that Morning Joe thought that they would get away with this. After all, they were just making up a feel-good piece to run after all the Thanksgiving festivities. In this era of all the “leaks” bombarding the media, they might have suspected that someone would out them.

In the great scheme of things, it really does not matter all that much. What it really is is a footprint of what the media has turned into. They really do generate news when they have nothing to report. 

As Written By Brian Flood for Fox News:

MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” tried to fool viewers into thinking Friday’s pre-taped show was live and host Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski even discussed their Thanksgiving meals – even though the holiday hadn’t occurred yet when they taped the show.

Brzezinski opened the show by saying, “Day after Thanksgiving… I’m stuffed,” while Scarborough nervously laughed as if he knew the engaged-to-be-married co-hosts were being dishonest. The opening to the show is still available on MSNBC’s website.

The move, which TV insiders consider disrespectful to viewers, specifically because the network tried to create a deceit that high-paid morning show stars would come to work in the early morning hours following a national holiday. The Washington Post reported that the show was taped on Wednesday.

An MSNBC spokesperson declined comment when reached by Fox News.

The second segment of Friday’s “Morning Joe” brought the fraudulence to another level, when Brzezinski joked that she forgot to remove the guts from the turkey before cooking it and that is was still a little frozen when she served it.

“Joe didn’t notice. He ate the bag,” Willie Geist said.

Scarborough, still giggling, fired back, “It was good… the game last night made up for………


MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe’ hosts caught faking post-Thanksgiving banter they taped earlier | Fox News

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