Russell Brand puts MSNBC’s Morning Joe in its place


Comedian Russell Brand terrified anchors on MSNBC’s Morning Joe program by lecturing them about how the media distracts from real news by obsessing about superficial distractions.

  • IJC (2,833) July 11, 2013

    Russel Brand in the morning.

    Fuck yeah.

  • DaFunks (366)M July 12, 2013

    He is one of the most inspiring people on TV at the moment. He has such an amazing mind.

    I watched this last week and just loved how his intelect and mind sent all of those people into meltdown. They lost the power of speech, memory and actions.

    Watching Brand grow into the person he is today has been great. Since his days on Big Mouth he has changed into what we see today.

  • dawveed (3) July 12, 2013

    I observe the world everyday and when I find people like Russell, who are actually aware of the “hot bed of neurosis an psychosis” consuming U.S. culture (or modern civilization in general) it makes me feel so much better, like “oh, i’m not the only one who’s aware this? Awesome! Lets be friends.” They’re the mind tribe members, when you meet them it’s like you’ve already known them. And thinking out loud but what if all of us (including Russell) and millions of other mind tribe members the creme de la creme of society were the piece de resistance of a revolutionary renaissance in it’s infancy? It’s like we already have enough free thinkers and spirits to come together… just need to massive resonant that consciousness

  • Sean (557) July 12, 2013

    bwillyent.

  • Zero Fucks (229) July 12, 2013

    Awesome video. Epic how he takes over the show and brings up the topics the anchors are scripted to dodge with superficial nonsense. Though, he discredits himself, atleast to the regualr Morning Joe audience brainwashed by the media, when he falls into the trap of hitting on the woman. Watch how the words at the bottom say, ‘Russel Brand playing around’ and things like that to downplay his seriousness. Morning Joe audience will go back to sleep comfortably without second thought but well played, Russel, nonetheless.