Another post on Chelsea Clinton? We apologize in advance, but we’re still not as bad as The Hill when it comes to saturation coverage of the only child of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Resistance President Hillary Clinton, who, according to the New York Times, are “taking a political break.”
Taking a political break — that’s a very gentle way of saying Hillary lost, but the Times has a lot of easily triggered readers to think about.
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) March 24, 2017
The Hill might have been the first to float the idea of Chelsea Clinton seeking political office, but much like us, the New York Times can’t help but notice that she has become “more talkative” since Election Day.
Much of Katie Rogers’ piece is sourced to college friends of Chelsea’s who insist she hasn’t changed a bit (despite that the poor girl, just like her mom, can’t catch a break) and “she’s literally just tweeting like a normal person would tweet.”
That’s kind of true; a lot of “normal” people tweet about things like the “horrifying research” linking climate change and diabetes. Most of them aren’t being groomed by the media for a future in politics, though.
@nytpolitics No matter how hard you push to make Chelsea a thing, its not going to make her charismatic or likable
— Christopher R Taylor (@KestrelArts) March 24, 2017
— Matt Hilburn (@Matt_Hilburn) March 24, 2017
@nytpolitics The image rehabilitation literally no asked for.
— AllModernCons (@AllModernCons) March 25, 2017
@nytpolitics Of all the people not to give a shit about, Chelsea has to be #1 on the list.
— Bob Porter (@BobPorter6) March 24, 2017
@nytpolitics Just go away!
— SouthernMom (@madams3196) March 24, 2017
— Polybius Champion (@hiker1967) March 24, 2017
@nytpolitics Laughing at the Left trying to make the Clinton's entitled, snobby kid a party leader.
— BearNJ (@jimbearNJ) March 25, 2017
— Sincere (@SarcasticWhiner) March 24, 2017
@nytpolitics just stop reporting her. She's irrelevant.
— Dark Sky (@Coffeepls7) March 24, 2017
— Starless (@starless941) March 25, 2017
Looks like a lot of people are ready to take a break from the Clintons.
@nytpolitics 2-3 articles on Chelsea a day is 2-3 too many.
— Mme. PB (@MmePB) March 24, 2017
— Joe Montes (@JoeMon49) March 24, 2017
@nytpolitics Someone's gotta keep the money flowing in….
— Mark Derr (@Mark_Derr) March 24, 2017
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Cue tiny violins! L.A. Times op-ed takes ‘make Chelsea Clinton happen’ to next mock-worthy level https://t.co/DenoGjAYyw
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 24, 2017