By now you’ve probably seen a liberal in your feed doing cartwheels over the Dallas Morning News and its endorsement of Beto O’Rourke in the Texas Senate race.

You see, according to libs, the editorial board is “right-leaning”:

And “conservative”:

See? Look at all of these Republicans they’ve endorsed!

Odd. The 2016 presidential race was left off that list:

And in 2012, while endorsing Mitt Romney for president the board also endorsed Ted Cruz’s challenger, Democrat Paul Sadler:

Recommending someone to follow in the Kay Bailey Hutchison-Lloyd Bentsen tradition of bipartisan service is a responsibility this newspaper takes seriously. After thorough examination, we believe Democrat Paul Sadler is the best person to uphold this legacy to Texas and to keep our state relevant where it matters most. Sadler served 12 exemplary years in the Texas House and built a reputation as a smart, constructive, visionary leader who worked effectively across the aisle. By contrast, his opponent in the U.S. Senate race, Republican Ted Cruz, lacks a legislative record.

Heck, the Dallas Morning News has reportedly never endorsed Ted Cruz for any office:

Oh, and it won’t matter anyway:

President Hillary Clinton would agree with that above!