MSNBC host, Joe Scarborough, thoroughly eviscerated Hillary’s campaign for defending Clinton Foundation scandals because they’re “working to solve the AIDS crisis.”

“That is so pathetic,” the Morning Joe host seethed, “you all are not really that pathetic, are you?”

Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon had previously stated “the Clinton Foundation will not be completely shuttering its work even if Clinton wins the presidency” because they “want to keep working to solve the AIDS crisis on the side.”

Enter Scarborough …

Via the Hill:

“That is so pathetic, you all are not really that pathetic, are you?” the “Morning Joe” host shot back.

“You’re going to actually say that if Bill Clinton doesn’t have the opportunity to shake down billionaires, that AIDS will not be cured?” he asked.

Scarborough went on to mock Fallon’s defense, saying that President Obama is “Moses and has the ability to stop the tides from rising in our time.”

“And Bill Clinton, shaking down billionaires in Kazakhstan, while doing deals on the side and getting down $550,000 for a one-hour speech — that’s our only path forward to curing AIDS,” he said.

“You’re not really that pathetic, are you? Because if that’s the best line of attack you have, you need to go back to middle school and start all over again.”

Watch him obliterate the Clinton campaign below …

 

Transcript (HT Grabien):

“More than half the people in the world receiving AIDS drugs received them from the Clinton Foundation. So, no, the Clinton foundation will not be completely shuttering its work even if Clinton wins the presidency and for good reason. They want to continue this work and you know what? If any American voter is troubled by the idea that the Clintons want to continue working to solve the AIDS crisis on the side while Hillary Clinton is president, then don’t vote for her.

JOE SCARBOROUGH: “That is so pathetic. You all are not really that pathetic, are you? Are you really that pathetic? Are you really that pathetic? You’re going to actually say that if Bill Clinton doesn’t have the opportunity to shake down billionaires that AIDS will not be cured? So, I guess if we’re keeping score at home, Barack Obama is Moses and has the ability to stop the tides from rising.

MIKA BRZEZINSKI: “Okay.”

JOE SCARBOROUGH: “Right? In our time. And Bill Clinton shaking down billionaires in Kazakhstan while doing deals on the side and getting paid $550,000 for a one-hour speech – that’s our only path forward to curing AIDS? You’re not really that pathetic, are you? Because if that’s the best line of attack you have, you need to go back to middle school and start all over again. Mike Barnicle. If you’re really against—if you’re really—if you don’t want AIDS cured, okay, then, I guess, don’t vote for Hillary Clinton.

MIKE BARNICLE: “I don’t know anyone who questions the good works that have been done by the Clinton Foundation.”

MIKE BRZEZINSKI: “Wonderful work that’s been done.”

JOE SCARBOROUGH: “Great work.”

MIKE BARNICLE: “But, again, it gets to judgment. It doesn’t get to corruption as far as I’m concerned. It gets to judgment. Why they don’t announce that the Clinton Global Foundation will be melded into the Gates Foundation to remove any sense of —“

JOE SCARBOROUGH: “Because then it won’t be about them. Because then it won’t be about Bill Clinton.”

MIKE BARNICLE: “She’ll be president, though.”

JOE SCARBOROUGH: “Hey, do you think Bill Clinton is going to get paid $550,000 for a one-hour speech in all of this swirl of special interest where he goes to countries and gives speeches and maybe they have business before the White House and maybe— No, why would they let the Gates Foundation do it? Because the Gates Foundation is actually interested in just taking care of education and AIDS. Bill Gates doesn’t shake down people for $550,000 for a one-hour speech.