A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from December 16, 2019
“Let’s put the wheat where the goats can eat it”

"Let’s put the wheat where the goats can eat it” was said by Joe Scarborough on the MSNBC television show Morning Joe on December 13, 2019. Scarborough said to go slow on the impeachment proceedings of U.S. President Donald Trump, presenting people with the evidence slowly so they can eat it all up.

“You gotta throw the corn where the hogs can get it” is the usual form of the saying, and it has been used by several American politicians, such as Herman Talmadge (1913-2002) and Dale Bumpers (1925-2016).


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Chris
@Chris62324516
Replying to @trianglebands @JoeNBC and 3 others
“Stormy Daniels Week” brought to you exclusively by MSNBC!!!  Go Joe!!
Red hot this morning.
“Put the wheat where the goats can eat it!!” 💥🔥
8:17 AM · Dec 13, 2019·Twitter Web App

Primetimer
Morning Joe: All Episodes Talk
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WhineandCheez
FRIDAY AT 08:33 AM
Ok I turn it on and within minutes Joe is spouting, “You gotta put the wheat where the goats can get it.” huh?  I listened for 10 minutes more to what pretty much sounded like if you made Joe’s statements into Magnetic Poetry. (which would be awesome to have, I’ll admit)

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Call the Republican’s bluff.  Let’s put the wheat where the goats can eat it. ⁦
@Morning_Joe Yasssssss!!!!  Exactly.
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Breitbart
Scarborough Calls on Dems to Slow Down Impeachment — ‘It Would Be Chinese Water Torture’
By TRENT BAKER 13 Dec 2019
Friday ahead of the House Judiciary Committee’s vote to pass articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough suggested House Democrats slow down the impeachment process, saying if he had it his way, it would be like “Chinese water torture.”
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He continued, “Now, I understand there would be some Democrats — ‘Oh, we can’t do that.’ I understand that. But I’ll tell you what, not only would that be best for history, I think politically it would be best, call the Republicans’ bluff. If Donald Trump selling out an American ally and selling out American national security is not enough for them, you know, then let’s … put the wheat where the goats can eat it.”

Raw Story
‘Let’s have Stormy Daniels week’: MSNBC’s Morning Joe urges Dems to call GOP bluff and expose all of Trump’s crimes
Published on December 13, 2019
By Travis Gettys
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough urged House Democrats to call the Republicans’ bluff and expose President Donald Trump’s alleged crimes, week after week, in hearing after hearing.
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“You know, if Donald Trump’s selling out an American ally and selling out American national security is not enough for them, you know, then let’s … put the wheat where the goats can eat it,” Scarborough concluded. “I would call the Republicans’ bluff, I would drag this out.”

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Monday, December 16, 2019 • Permalink