President Trump on Monday took a shot at MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough – calling for “Concast” to probe him for a cold case involving the death of an intern in his congressional office in 2001.
“‘Concast’ should open up a long-overdue Florida Cold Case against Psycho Joe Scarborough,” the president said, referring to NBC News’ parent company Comcast, in a tweet shortly after the “Morning Joe” host reported bad polling news for Trump.
“I know him and Crazy Mika well used them beautifully in the last Election, dumped them nicely, and will state on the record that he is ‘nuts’. Besides, bad ratings! #OPENJOECOLDCASE,” Trump added.
And it seems that the President is not far from the truth even do the liberal mainstream media labeled the President accusations as conspiracy theory or fake news.
Theories and questions have long swirled about the death of Lori Klausutis, a young woman who worked and died in then-Representative Scarborough’s congressional office in 2001.
One audio that emerged recently made the so-called conspiracy theories even more interesting.
The audio had seemingly been removed from the internet, but a record of it was found on Democrats.com. and once again was confirmed that the internet never forgets.
Scarborough also responded to the president’s allegations:
“You need to stop watching our show, okay? It’s not good for you,” Scarborough, 57, said during the broadcast after being told about Trump’s tweet labeling him a “psycho.”
Scarborough continued: “I think that might be why you go out and, like — you’re distracted. You’re tweeting so much.”
According to the Associated Press, a coroner’s report showed Klausutis(Scarborough intern) had an undiagnosed heart condition and died after passing out and hitting her head while at the office in Florida; Scarborough was in Washington, D.C., at the time.
What do you think was this just a bad joke or there is something more?
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