Meanwhile, at the White House
Yes, it’s another article with some coastal elite journalist from our failed political press going deep into Possum Hollar to write a Margaret Mead-like analysis of what the mysterious, everyday, backwoods Republican does. Some color from their local habitat, maybe visit a diner to see what these shy specimens eat and then ask them what they think, because individual members of a cult might have something to add to the convo.
Sure. Why not?
This bit in Politico is unbelievable:
“For Keith Swartz, who is 66 years old and runs a recruiting firm based in Tacoma, Washington, almost anything includes a president he regards as “manic, uneducated, illogical,” and also “essentially a horrible person … vulgar, amoral, narcissistic.”
(And yes, I know Tacoma is just down the road from Seattle.)
“Wait, this a defense of Trump? Yes, hang on. He’s done a fine job on the economy, in particular, in the face of a Democratic opposition that has bent rules and abused process for three years in an implacable bid to thwart him. “To those of us who support what he has accomplished,” Swartz concluded, “it feels like he is our O.J.””
‘Tis a mystery why journalists never interview the Left —who arguably have lost all hope for the country, our futures, and now the rule of law— since the 2016 Goat Rodeo was stolen by Possum Hollar’s use of the Electoral College.