The following is an actual quote that actually appeared in an actual New York Times editorial this weekend.
"We in the media should do less 'horseface' and more ballooning deficits, dysfunctional federal agencies, disgraceful cabinet members and reckless judicial appointments. Too often the substantial sinks beneath the saucier stuff." https://t.co/f9Sb0JK6vq
— Jose A. Del Real (@jdelreal) October 21, 2018
Since WHEN have members of the mainstream media concerned themselves with the “ballooning federal deficit” or “dysfunctional federal agencies”?
Since now, apparently.
Smart @FrankBruni column: “We in the media should do less “horseface” and more ballooning deficits, dysfunctional federal agencies, disgraceful cabinet members and reckless judicial appointments. Too often the substantial sinks beneath the saucier” https://t.co/wGA4aig2pA
— Karen Tumulty (@ktumulty) October 21, 2018
Have we lost our capacity to be shocked by Donald Trump? From bone spurs to bone saws, it's one numbing blur. https://t.co/qmWzrmeHBc
— Frank Bruni (@FrankBruni) October 21, 2018
And, we know why Bruni and others in the media don’t like Trump’s cabinet members (because, conservative) and judicial appointments (because, conservative).
No more slow jamming the news & Spotify playlists I guess. https://t.co/7wnDiYd1sV
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 21, 2018
Where was the editorial about the Obama administration, which saw the federal deficit nearly TRIPLE in ONE year?
I mean. Yes. Good. Go with this.
Also feckless Democrats. Don't forget those in addition to the other stuff. https://t.co/HnmRCyF6A0
— Beto O'Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) October 21, 2018
This is how we know that the Trump effect on the Left is real: They are now attempting to show concern for the deficit and bloated government bureaucracy. In essence, they want to drain the swamp.