MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski Goes Full “Karen”, Tries to Get Trump Banned from Twitter

One of the weird and delightful things to see during the Virus Stupidity of 2020 is how wild animals are roaming into locked-down cities once again. We’ve seen coyotes and moose wandering around empty streets as a result. And there’s another elusive critter that we’ve been seeing a lot more of this year: the “Karen.”

Karens are easily identified by their privileged white liberal insistence on speaking to the manager, as well as that signature “I might actually be a boy” plumage of Karen hair on the tops of their heads. Another automatic tell: A Karen will marry a low-testosterone male and because she disrespects him a lot more than the pool boy *ahem*, the Karen will refuse to take her husband’s last name as a sign of her fierce feminist independence.

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a Karen sighting on MSNBC!

 

Mika Brzezinski has gone full Karen during a segment in which she is demanding to speak to the CEO of Twitter. Mika is furious that President Trump has been tweeting about a curious incident that happened when her husband — Joe Scarborough — was a fake Republican congressman back in the 1990s. In an incident that received almost ZERO media coverage, a lovely, healthy and quite young intern in Scarborough’s congressional office fell and bumped her head and died when no one else was supposedly around.

President Trump has — in his special and subtle way — suggested that “sick guy” Joe Scarborough should be investigated for murdering his girlfriend. Anyway, that set Mika off on a furious tirade known as a “full Karen-ing” and she really wants to speak to the manager of Twitter. Here’s a video in which noted wildlife expert Lisa Kennedy of Fox News describes this rare sighting of a Karen on MSNBC.


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