Joe Scarborough: If Your Relatives Believe Trump on Coronavirus ‘Don’t Let Them Play With Blenders’

Joe Scarborough: If Your Relatives Believe Trump on Coronavirus ‘Don’t Let Them Play With Blenders’

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough mocked the small portion of the American public who trust Donald Trump on Coronavirus on Thursday. The Morning Joe host noted that most voters don’t trust the President and advised those who do to eschew dangerous household appliances.

“Here’s a man who’s been bouncing back and forth from saying that there’s nothing to worry about, this is all going to go away, it’s just one person coming in from China,” Scarborough said.

“It’s only 11 people coming in. It’s only 15 people. It’s gonna be down to zero. It’s all going away in April. He’s been saying this for months.”

“One day, he’ll go, ‘You know, 2 million people could die, so we’re going to shut down.’ He bounces back and forth, back and forth, and back and forth. There’s no consistency, which is why Donald Trump only has 36% of Americans who believe anything he says about this pandemic.”

“By the way, those 36% of Americans, I ask friends and loved ones to keep household appliances like blenders out of their reach,” Scarborough joked.

“We don’t want them to lose my fingers, we don’t want them to lose any hands. Keep blenders and other sharp devices away from them. Basic household tools.”

“These people could probably put out an eye with a screwdriver. So if they believe anything Donald Trump is saying about this pandemic, please, please, don’t let them play with blenders.”

Watch the video above, via MSNBC.

Darragh Roche

Darragh Roche

Darragh Roche is Political Media Editor