Katie Pavlich called out MSNBC host Joe Scarborough Friday for questioning Trump’s health but failing to do so for Democrats who have had “episodes” in public.
“Can we talk about the media again doing their own self-diagnosis of the problem? Like, you’re not allowed to make any jokes right now about Jerry Nadler having an issue, but people like Joe Scarborough are allowed to go on national television and say that people have told him without actually naming anybody, that the president is pre-dementia,” Pavlich said while co-hosting Fox News show The Five.
Nadler (D-NY), who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, looked ill and nearly fainted during a press conference in New York on Friday. He was taken to the hospital where he was determined to have been simply dehydrated.
“I remember when … we weren’t allowed to ask about anybody’s health when it came to that, but now news anchors are diagnosing people’s mental health,” Pavlich said. There has been no evidence that Trump has dementia or any precursor condition.
So many previous boundary lines are now being crossed in the effort to take down Trump that it really feels like he is being attacked from all sides. So far he has been able to weather every storm, but how long can he stand up to these relentless attacks, especially when double standards abound?
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