But it was Scarborough’s cohost that really got him going. “[Policing] should not be based on the data,” Mika Brzezinski said. “It should be based on moving society forward, and treating whites and blacks equally.”
“A cop is not out on the street going, ‘You know what I’m going to do today? I’m going to move our society forward,’” Scarborough yelled. “A cop on the street has one job: to protect the people in that neighborhood. It is not to make a statement that makes primetime people on MSNBC feel better about America.”
This is the second time in the past week Scarborough has subtweeted other hosts on his network over Ferguson.