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On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Monday, Joe Scarborough said he had reached “a tipping point” on the Ferguson protests which have spread across the country in the days since the death of Michael Brown. Arguing that Brown was a poor choice for role models, Scarborough said anyone, including the host’s own children, would have put themselves in a position to be shot by a police officer if they’d done what Brown was described as doing.
Scarborough said the sight of St. Louis Rams players taking the field with their hands up in protest was “the final straw”. “I have sat here quietly and listened to B.S. being spewed all over this network, and all over other networks. I can’t take it any more.”
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