JOE Scarborough dropped an f-bomb in a rant about Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani after the Capitol riots.
The MSNBC “Morning Joe” co-host launched into a tirade about the President and his lawyer's alleged incitement of the violence as well as the weak response from Capitol Police.
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Hundreds of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building as lawmakers met to certify the results of November's election on Wednesday.
At least four people died and several others were seriously injured in clashes after rioters fought cops and pushed their way inside the Capitol.
In a fiery condemnation on his show, he questioned the group of predominately white Trump supporters were not forcefully stopped.
“So I wanna know from the Capitol Hill police, what is it? Is it just white people? Or is it Donald Trump supporters?,” he said.
“Why do you scream at people for walking across the street, three blocks away from the Capitol?
“Why are you not as badasses around the Capitol, but then Trump supporters come in and you open the f****g doors for them, you open the doors for them and let them breach the people’s house?”
He then asked: “Are we a nation of laws? Are we a nation of one man? Donald J. Trump called for the insurrection against the United States of America.”
Scarborough then turned to Trump, his eldest son and Giuliani, who he claimed incited the same supporters just before the they stormed the Capitol.
“That’s insurrection against the United States of America and if Donald Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump are not arrested today for insurrection and taken to jail and booked,” he said.
“And if the Capitol Hill police do not go through every video and look at the face of every person that invaded our Capitol and if they are not arrested and brought to justice today — then we are no longer a nation of laws and we only tell people they can do this again.”
Scarborough is a long-time Trump foe, stemming from when the President tweeted that Trump claimed that the death a former aide of Republican congressman in 2001 was "suspicious".
Klausutis died after an undiagnosed heart condition caused her to fall and hit her head on a desk, according to her husband.
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