Over the weekend, the New York Times published a piece on 2020 and the chance that the Democrats might have a choice of 50 or so female candidates among a field of about 137. Will the Democrats again nominate a woman for president?

Note that in its “deeply reported” piece, the writers struggled to avoid “sexist tropes and gendered thinking” — and they want you to know it.

Hmm … like we keep saying, just about every poll taken regarding who Democrat voters want to run in 2020 features white men in the top three spots: Joe Biden by a wide margin, then Bernie Sanders, and then newcomer Beto O’Rourke. Why should we assume the Democrats would place their chances in the hands of Stacey Abrams, a black woman?

Well, he did ask for constructive comments. Did the Times succeed in avoiding gendered thinking in its piece about all the women potentially running in 2020 and if they have a chance?

In case you didn’t know, a lot of Hillary Clinton supporters are still upset with the New York Times for “sinking” Clinton’s campaign by reporting on her email scandal.

Some good points: