MSNBC's Joe Scarborough discusses the comparison between small businesses destroyed by antifa and BLM riots that took place last summer to the riots and storming of the Capitol on January 6th.

Scarborough says he defends the ability to protect your business, but comparing the Capitol to a taco stand that got destroyed is not even close in comparison. "I'm not going to confuse a taco stand with the United States Capitol."

WATCH Joe Scarborough get all bent out of shape over a taco stand comparison:

Scarborough also called people on other news channels "idiots." He also suggested that anyone thinking the mom and pop shops being destroyed is just as bad as Capitol riots are a "jackass."

Joe doesn't want to compare selling tacos with moving through a constitutional process. Oh come on, Joe! They're basically the same thing now. You move the process of building a taco the same way we move through the process of an election. It's all about the sauce you put on after it's made, right?

What's more important to me?

Obviously, it's tacos.

Tacos are LIT.

And it feels like we didn't take the last election as serious as a taco, so I'm going with tacos moving forward.

We can act like Jen Psaki and "circle back" to this ridiculous sarcasm-laced conversation in 2024.

And you know what, I bet they don't even make tacos at the Capitol.