He just made a big mistake.
According to CNS News, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough attacked Republicans stating that they are “booing” Republican Mitt Romney.
“And the question from anybody that’s raised in a half-decent family is, like, what would these people’s mom and dad think of them? Were they not raised any better than that?” Scarborough asked.
He added, “You know, um, this is a guy whose father was a Republican governor. This is a guy who was a senator. This is a guy who was the Republican nominee in 2012. I remember a lot of those same people booing those type of people, eviscerated me in 2012 wherever I criticized Mitt Romney’s campaign style and talked about how he was campaigning poorly and was going to probably lose the 2012 election.”
he continued, “It was some of the most hateful, the most hateful screeds I’ve ever seen, but they’re just tribal — you know, they’re just a tribe. Because now they’re turning on Mitt Romney because he’s he’s actually done the right thing. He actually voted to impeach a guy who led an insurrection. But he asks — again, he asks the right question, “Aren’t you embarrassed?” Because you know, maybe 25 years ago when I watched this tape, I would have felt really bad for Mitt Romney. But I know Mitt Romney, and Mitt Romney doesn’t care.” You can read the full article here.