Apparently, no idea is too crazy on Morning Joe. In a bizarre call to action on Wednesday, senior contributor and MSNBC veteran columnist Mike Barnicle took to the airwaves to declare his support for a rewrite of the Constitution and a replacement of the democratically elected President of the United States.
Sadly, these kinds of loony and absurd comments have become common practice at Morning Joe. With the absence of hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, the delegitimizing of the Trump administration and calls for his removal began earlier than usual.
Just one minute into the program, the manic Barnicle demanded: "Rewrite the Constitution and have another president take over right now. Look, this is the distortion of, in daily life in American politics, it's beyond the realm and thankfully former President Obama pointed out realities we all live under right now."
The troubling disregard for our founding documents has found a home at MSNBC, where the God-granted rights of life, liberty, and property mean nothing to the deranged hosts of a clearly disturbed group of guests. Trump Derangement Syndrome has reached a new low, where even the Constitution must be rewritten immediately in order to remove the President of the United States.
Morning Joe 7/18/18 at 6:01
From South Africa to Europe, the world was presented with two very different visions of American presidents over the last several days. Good morning and welcome to "Morning Joe" It's Wednesday, July 18th. Joe and Mika are off today. I'm Willie Geist alongside NBC news national political reporter Heidi Przybilla, MSNBC contributor Mike Barnicle, Professor at Princeton University and MSNBC contributor Eddie Glaude Jr., former Treasury official and Morning Joe economic analyst Steve Rattner, political writer for the New York Times and MSNBC political analyst Nick Compasori, columnist at the Washington Examiner Kristin Soltis Anderson, and former NATO Supreme Ally Commander and now the Dean of the Fletcher school of law and diplomacy at Tufts universities and chief international and security diplomacy analyst for NBC News and MSNBC retired four-star Navy Admiral James Stavridis. Good morning, welcome. Mike, first impressions as you watched that one-minute clip or so of the president yesterday speaking around the 100th birthday celebration for Nelson Mandela and the president making his way across Europe last week?
Rewrite the constitution and have another president take over right now. Look, this is the distortion of, in daily life in American politics, it's beyond the realm and thankfully former President Obama pointed out realities we all live under right now.