‘Morning Joe’ Mocks Mark Pryor’s Ebola Virus Campaign Ad

‘Seriously, is this a Saturday Night Live ad?’

MSNBC Rips Apart Pryor’s Ebola Ad (Washington Free Beacon)

It appears Sen. Mark Pryor’s (D., Ark.) campaign is in full panic mode after releasing a ridiculous ad tying Rep. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) to the Ebola outbreak.

The ad contrasts frightening television coverage of the Ebola outbreak in Africa with a vote Rep. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) took “to cut billions from our nation’s medical disaster and emergency programs.” Flashing on-screen are the words: “Only one against pandemic response.”

Even MSNBC’s Morning Joe had to laugh at this ludicrous attack ad.

“I mean come on, seriously? Is this a Saturday Night Live ad?” Joe Scarborough asked.

“That is not an ad of a guy who’s confident,” he continued.

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