The New York Times is running a take on President Trump’s pick for director of national security by wondering if the nominee would soil the sanctity of what they say is a traditionally non-political arena in the Executive Branch:
Former officials have expressed concern that Representative John Ratcliffe, President Trump's pick to serve as director of national intelligence, will politicize what is supposed to be a nonpartisan job https://t.co/tNTVZTIhk6
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) July 29, 2019
“Traditionally nonpartisan” eh? Brit Hume has two very short and somewhat rhetorical questions about that:
“Nonpartisan?” As in Clapper and Brennan? https://t.co/yyKIn87v4S
— Brit Hume (@brithume) July 30, 2019
Brit just beat me to this tweet.
Regardless, he is correct. https://t.co/f9N9oxH9ul
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) July 30, 2019
Don’t forget “ONLY VOTE FOR DEMOCRATS” Comey 😉 https://t.co/yn4K5IEzNr
— Just A Girl ❤️ (@WrongWayRhonda) July 30, 2019
But in a “totally nonpartisan” kind of way. *Eye roll*
This right here is Twitter gold…lol https://t.co/MGh3oEry2o
— Larry Robidoux (@mrdsgrumpy) July 30, 2019
Only democrat presidents are allowed to appoint partisans
— Doug wilson (@Dougwil08943651) July 30, 2019
Truth burns them.
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) July 30, 2019
Any “journalist” pretending certain leaders of the intel community under Obama weren’t “politicized” are not to be taken seriously.