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Charles C. W. Cooke skewers Jennifer Rubin's disdain for those who didn't go to college

As Twitchy reported this week, Expert™ Tom Nichols shared that listening to the House impeachment debate on the radio, he was struck by how President Trump’s defenders all had “similar speech patterns and accents.” “Seems to me the GOP is headed for becoming a rump regional party of the South and the mountains,” he tweeted.

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Washington Post conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin felt compelled to add her take:

National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke has been writing about disdain for the non-college educated for some time and spoke up:

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