What Piers Morgan said that had Mika rolling off MSNBC set

MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski proved the wheels on her chair work when she rolled herself off the set of “Morning Joe” Thursday after hearing a comment resembling commonsense.

The show’s panel was discussing the unpopularity of paid paternity leave – a concept that Brzezinski and progressives generally support, but has not been embraced by the masses.

“Most dads don’t want to do paternity leave. They don’t,” guest host and fellow liberal Piers Morgan said.

The simple act of stating the obvious was enough to make Brzezinski physically uncomfortable. Clearly, Morgan committed the cardinal progressive sin of voicing his individual opinion.

“They pretend they do, but after two weeks of a tiny little baby – I love my children to pieces, but when they’re this size and all they’re doing is eating, guzzling and depositing it isn’t the most exciting gig in town,” Morgan added.

Panelist and Huffington Post reporter Sam Stein disagreed and called Morgan’s statement “cynical.”

That’s when cameras caught Brzezinski rolling off of the set without saying a word. Because why have a debate when there could be a sandbox in the backroom to put your head in?

After the commercial break Brzezinski was back but Morgan was conspicuously absent.


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