Good morning — or as one of the 8000 liberal media pundits put it, “When the Apocalypse came at midnight, I called my conservative brother to see what was going on.”
First, I’m impressed by the fact that when the apocalypse came (it didn’t), that particular liberal (yes of course, it’s a new York York Times columnist) relied on a conservative to help her sort it all out during the end of times (which never came). That tell us tons. So thanks for that.
Secondly, there’s no late word on where the “apocalypse” stands at this moment. Things seem fine, and nobody on CNN is doing any street-level “apocalypse-watch” reporting, holding crosses (as if CNN reporters would carry a cross). At least they’re not showing us any of those reports yet. So clearly that was really just more of the banal sort of bombast and nonsense that they constantly bashed Trump for uttering during the campaign.
Up in Canada, currently governed by liberal-leftists, the “news” reports also referred to the apocalypse. Yes that’s right, “news” reports using the hashtag #Trumpocalypse. Written by reporters. On their “News” Twitter feed. With a nasty picture to bolster it. Even boldly and utterly falsely claiming that the Trump-hate they obviously have — is actually Twitter-wide.
— CTV News (@CTVNews) November 9, 2016
Clearly that particular liberal “news” media outlet still doesn’t get it — what happened, or why, or that it’s at least partially their own failings as an institution which can no longer be trusted, at all — and they are either in complete denial or are simply too stupid to get it. Like so many liberals, they’re so liberal they don’t even know how liberal they are; so blinkered they think everybody in the room agrees with them. Yeah I’m going to go with “stupid.”
What? You think American media is smarter? I already told you about that apocalypse thing but here’s one of countless dozens I could have chosen:
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 9, 2016
The writer, NYT’s Thoman L. Friedman, is not the least bit “homeless,” except in his ideological and rhetorical mind, He’s as obsessed an anti-Trumper as there is, and he writes anti-Trump op-ed after op-ed. This is hardly man-in-the-street sentiment being expressed here.
Think it’s just on the east coast? Think again:
Donald Trump is our next president. What do we tell the children? https://t.co/puXPw1EmSr
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 9, 2016
Dear God. The better question might be how do we explain to our children a media so mucked-up in left-wing bias and hatred toward all non-liberal-left political opponents? I hope the LA Times editors were well prepared to explain to their children why the first woman in the Presidency, were she elected, was indicted by the FBI and facing criminal charges, were that plausible turn of events come to pass.
What about that other bastion of liberal-leftist sentiment, academia? Surely they’re more erudite in their stance on this election.
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) November 9, 2016
Apparently they don’t even know what erudite means.
So. Think it’s just the liberal-leftist adults? Think again:
Students at my school are so distraught and triggered w/ election results that they've started a petition to cancel classes tomorrow.
— Toni Airaksinen (@Toni_Airaksinen) November 9, 2016
Of course, have some sympathy — the young, tender naifs got that way because they’ve been brainwashed by the liberal-leftist academics whom their parents are paying copious sums of cash through taxes and their savings.
It seems the liberal insanity is pervasive across America. Which of course partially explains why they lost.