Because of the Democrats pushing impeachment in the U.S., everybody’s become used to a lot of goalpost shifting, but the Washington Post helped show how it’s done when reporting on other elections around the world.
If we moved the goal post 5 yards in and 11 to the right, that FG would have been good.
— Happy Warrior (@Consta2tion) December 13, 2019
Put on your oven mitts before trying to handle yet another piping hot take presented by the Washington Post:
Analysis: If Britain had Germany’s electoral system, Boris Johnson may have lost the election https://t.co/AL9mMrIQEM
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 13, 2019
analysis: if i was 6’6 and weighed 225, i’d be in the NFL https://t.co/nGuDALngpB
— Logan Hall (@loganclarkhall) December 13, 2019
Analysis: If football had golf scores, the Jets would be good https://t.co/rDQbI01AMv
— Peter J. Hasson (@peterjhasson) December 13, 2019
Analysis by me: If Britain had Germany's electoral system, Britain would be Germany.
How is your paper even still in business?
— Funky Code Medina ✝️ (@spazafraz) December 13, 2019
if if if if if if if pic.twitter.com/zzq3NkTjci
— ??American Bowldawg?? (@conservoutreach) December 13, 2019
I think journalists still don’t get it https://t.co/0lRNzxarxG
— Joe (@JacobsVS5) December 13, 2019
If socks went on your head there may never have been hats. https://t.co/jquUxOkvBU
— David Marcus (@BlueBoxDave) December 13, 2019
And if my grandmother had wheels she'd be a bike.
— nortouQ (@nortouQ) December 13, 2019
I'm sorry this has happened to you.
— J.J. by the Bay (@flagg_colonel) December 13, 2019
The UK election seems to have caused quite a triggering.