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Joe Scarborough Lays Out The Harsh Reality That Is About To Hit Trump Allies

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During Monday’s edition of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough predicted the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 insurrection will blow up the political ambitions of Donald Trump’s allies in Washington, D.C. when they finally publicly reveal their findings this week in a televised primetime hearing.

During the segment, Scarborough took aim at Rep. Elise Stefanik, who has bid her political fortunes on her loyalty to former President Donald Trump.

“Elise Stefanik, again, you talk about just a complete joke of a pose. Look how she was when she first came out. It’s been obvious she wants to be the next Speaker, she wants Donald Trump to support her to be the next Speaker. I expect Kevin McCarthy to be pushed out of the way. You don’t have to have spent time in Washington to understand what’s going on,” Scarborough said. So she pushes the front of the line, but bad news for her, bad news for a lot of the super MAGA people or whatever, or bad news for the freaks and wingnuts and wackos, extremists.”

The Morning Joe host added that House investigators have even more bad news for them:

“The Jan. 6 committee has received worse news, and you can tell us about this, those receipts come from Donald Trump’s chief of staff. Those receipts come from other members of the Trump team,” he explained. “They have so much information that there is no hoax here, just like there was, again, you’re talking about the Russia hoax. This is what — just for people to understand, you know, don’t get distracted by — the idiots use the word ‘hoax,’ but you can look at Marco Rubio’s Senate Intelligence Committee report when Republicans ran it. They said Trump’s connections with Russia was a national security threat. no hoax there — no hoax here.”

“It seems there are even more receipts showing that this was, in fact, a plan by Donald Trump to overturn a democratic election,” he concluded.

Watch the segment below: