The “Morning Joe” crew voiced some concerns about election night on Monday.
Mike Barnicle first claimed, “there’s a larger, almost semi-cosmic, issue out there.”
“It’s what this campaign and these two candidates have done to the culture of this country,” he continued. “To the disappointment factor in people who want to be inspired, it’s truly damaging.”
“Nobody knows how it’s going to play out, and nobody knows how it’s going to play out in the immediate election day or in the aftermath.”
Barnicle stated that “one of the things that Hillary Clinton has to worry about is the disappointment factor of voters who have been lugging Clinton baggage for 30 years.”
“I was just going to say, as a dad with kids in their 20s,” Joe Scarborough cut in. “Don’t tell me that the last president named Clinton didn’t change our culture in a negative way.”
“I just wonder, 30 years of baggage, including parents that remember what I remember in 1998 and 1999, and how middle schools were profoundly changed,” he added.
“Every institution is under attack,” Mike Murphy stated in agreement. “The dialogue is now, ‘I’m right and you’re evil.’ Election night worries me because of what he is capable of doing on election night institutionally, and what institution has escaped this election now?”
“Everybody can’t trust the press. Both candidates are evil, and now the FBI is corrupt.”