'How Stupid Can You Be?': MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski Says Trump Supporters Are Risking Their Own Lives


MSNBC “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezkinski suggested President Trump might be legally guilty of "malpractice” for not mandating social distancing at his Tulsa rally back in June, where she complained that attendees – most of them grown adults who were there voluntarily - were clustered too close together, adding that Trump voters are "stupid" and are risking their very lives by supporting him.

“I want to ask you about law enforcement, whether or not they could charge someone for refusing to wear a mask…but I would like to take that further, legally. What recourse do the American people have right now when their life is in the hands of a president who won’t do the basic things to save it? At what point is it malpractice? At what point is it something worse? 

And that’s when she went completely off the rails.

“I’m thinking of Tulsa, where the Trump campaign took the social distancing stickers off the chairs and squished people together and made them click on a waiver saying you can’t sue if you get the coronavirus and die for coming to this rally,” an increasingly hysterical Mika shrieked.

“How stupid can you be, at this point, if you follow this president? I beg you not to be, for your life!” she wailed.

“Is there any legal recourse if you get this virus because of the stupidity of this president?” Mika added.



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