Kanye West’s appearance with President Trump in the Oval Office on Thursday sparked all sorts of consternation and meltdowns on the Left as well as in the media (pardon the redundancy). Vox’s Ezra Klein also seems troubled by something as it pertains to Kanye’s WH appearance:
We live in a dystopic speculative fictionnovel about the dangers of an entertainment-obsessed culture erasing the line between reality television and reality. https://t.co/tBl5TijCkA
— Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) October 11, 2018
Are liberals now incapable of remembering anything that happened more than two years ago?
Google complete lack of self-awareness and Ezra’s pic comes up. lol This is unbelievably revealing lol https://t.co/xkXlle2Rtk
— DanRiehl (@DanRiehl) October 11, 2018
Fortunately, help is available:
— 🎃 Erin Madrigal 👻 (@ebie_17) October 11, 2018
And don’t forget about all the liberal applause for “Between Two Ferns” and so much more:
— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) October 11, 2018
— #MIDTERMS! (@MichaelRCaputo) October 11, 2018
— Sean Bannion (@SeanBannion) October 11, 2018
Oh good. You just woke up. pic.twitter.com/Xuk961MqnN
— Your Dad🇺🇸 (@eaglefartz) October 11, 2018
Well, that got awkward fast! Even Hillary can’t emerge unscathed here:
I'll take "Problems that didn't exist before November 2016" for $200, Alex. pic.twitter.com/zNr0noo2eZ
— Extremely Careless (@Shanghaibeast) October 11, 2018
Obama-supporting Dem media might want to sit this one out.
I believe Ezra is telling Hollywood to stop trying to influence the vote.
(Actually, he's telling Kanye to stop trying to influence policy. Popular policies.) https://t.co/C4dXmqocSi
— Sandy appreciates you! (@RightGlockMom) October 11, 2018