Looking into the article Scarborough cited, you get nothing about Biden's gaffes, including claiming Daniel K. Inouye was from Japan (he was Hawaiian from birth) and left out the disgusting kitchen fire story where he compared Maui's destruction and death to a kitchen fire he had one time that almost burned his cat and his Corvette. There was also nothing about the "hot pavement" joke he made.
What is included were quotes and interviews of Maui residents, but the ones that were allowed to attend Biden's Maui gathering. This would be like asking people at a Trump rally about how great Trump is. It's going to be a bit biased.
But Scarborough wants you to take all of this as Maui being incredibly thankful and supportive of Biden, and to ignore those "Trumpy" outlets, invoking the left's most hated man to get you to ignore any negative press about Biden.
But the truth can be seen with your own eyes and ears. Residents didn't appreciate his speech with one saying that Biden flippantly dismissing the damage as replaceable rubbed them wrong. Scarborough didn't seem to want to address Maui residents lining the road protesting Biden and even flipping him off.
If the response was so "overwhelmingly positive" as Scarborough claimed, then why aren't there more interviews by various media outlets featuring Maui residents gushing over and praising Biden? As I write this, I'm currently on the front page of Scarborough's own network, MSNBC, and I'm not seeing a single article of Maui residents singing Biden's praises.
Here's the bottom line...