Last year, Hillary Clinton offered tips on how to win the “Thanksgiving table debate,” and, well, you know how that turned out. But that hasn’t stopped lefties from continuing to try to turn the Thanksgiving dinner table into a political lecture yet again this year. The New York Times even got in on the action:
Over Thanksgiving, you might talk to those who voted the other way. How to have an honest chat about the election: https://t.co/psFnG0xEsU
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 21, 2016
.@nytimes When did the NYT become Vox?
— C. C. Barrister (@gratisdicta) November 21, 2016
Good question! It’s all very Vox-ish:
Actual dinner questions suggested in this article: "Do you think I’m sexist or racist?" "Do you still like me?" NO I AM NOT MAKING THIS UP https://t.co/s89tFQQITJ
— Heather Wilhelm (@heatherwilhelm) November 21, 2016
Do those guys know how to warm up a family holiday, or what?
Keep it up. This is working great. https://t.co/cTTkKTROK7
— JWF (@JammieWF) November 21, 2016
— David Walsh, Jr. (@jeffersonianguy) November 21, 2016
"Oh you didn't like I voted Trump? Well keep talking while I'm trying to enjoy my holiday and watch me do it again." https://t.co/jPHgjVrAEq
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) November 21, 2016
Step 1: Don't read this article. https://t.co/TJgQxVOtR1
— RBe (@RBPundit) November 21, 2016
Much better advice: Give it an effing break already. It's been a long, rotten year, and don't be that a** who ruins the holidays too. https://t.co/4mAbawAIsU
— Real Howard Wall (@GatewayEcon) November 21, 2016
Pro-tip: If you're taking advice from the NY Times, spend Thanksgiving examining your life. @nytimes
— Hank Rearden (@wdmichael3) November 21, 2016
Or, you know, you could not be a progressive pain in the ass for 1 day out of the year and leave people alone, letting them enjoy themselves https://t.co/jkObyz2odf
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) November 21, 2016
I will bet $100 that Mikie Barbaro will not speak to anyone who didn't vote like him over Thanksgiving. https://t.co/6r9ZyzlXlZ
— neontaster (@neontaster) November 21, 2016
Whatever did families and friends do before these How To guides were written? https://t.co/NNRru2Eyu0
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) November 21, 2016
@nytimes <—— and they wonder why Trump won. ??
— Steven Charles (@813Steven) November 21, 2016
Shh, nobody tell them!