BREAKING: Video Surfaces of Joe Scarborough Joking About Having Affair With Intern and Having to Kill Her


In 2003 in an interview with shock jock Don Imus, Joe Scarborough joked about having an affair with an intern and then having to kill her. The video has been removed from social media but someone saved it. In 2001, Scarborough had a staffer who was killed. At the time of  Lori Klausutis's death, she was trying to get transferred out of Scarborough's office.

The coroner said she had an “undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia” which caused her to quit breathing and she fell and hit her head. That seems a little odd because she was a marathon runner and she never experienced anything kike this. If any of these problems did in fact exist you would think it would show up in the middle of the races. Or after even.

From The Gateway Pundit

“Exactly,” Scarborough responded with a laugh.

“That’s pretty risky to say,” Imus responded.

“What are you gonna do?” Scarborough continued to joke.

Theories and questions have long swirled about the death of Lori Klausutis, a young woman who worked and died in then-Representative Scarborough’s congressional office in 2001.

The 28-year-old intern’s death was ruled accidental, stemming from an “undiagnosed cardiac arrhythmia” which caused her “breathing to stop.” They determined that she fell and hit her head on an office desk, fracturing her skull, and died.

 

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