Seems Ryan Lizza has figured out that nominating Hillary Clinton was a YUGE mistake and he wasn’t embarrassed to say so, even on Twitter.
A good way for Dems to have avoided so much coverage of those emails would have been to nominate someone who wasn’t under FBI investigation
— Ryan Lizza (@RyanLizza) September 26, 2017
Wait, so Ryan is saying the Democrats were foolish to nominate someone so obviously and openly corrupt? Get outta town.
And RIP his mentions. Yikes.
Are you saying Bernie would have won
— Blake Hounshell (@blakehounshell) September 26, 2017
No, he’s saying if the Dems didn’t want to hear about her deleted emails and private server they shouldn’t have nominated her.
And ignore the will of millions of the party's most faithful voters who knew the charges were BS?
— Ken Borsuk (@KenBorsuk1) September 26, 2017
HA HA HA HA.
@alexburnsNYT To be fair, the breathless coverage began months ahead of there being a known FBI inquiry
— Brian Fallon (@brianefallon) September 26, 2017
Oh look, Brian chimed in.
And months before the start of the Dem primaries. Who could have guessed? Other than everyone I mean?
— Nathanael Love (@NathanaelCLove) September 26, 2017
RIP your mentions
— Mujahed Kobbe (@Moj_kobe) September 26, 2017
Loving your replies; One of the few things that would save the GOP in 2020 would be Hillary running again.
— Klauss S. (@TheRealKlauss) September 26, 2017
Yes Dems, PLEASE run Hillary again in 2020. That would be rad.
This is a problematic argument for two reasons. First, it implies that Clinton's mistakes, while real, themselves justify media overkill 1/2
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) September 26, 2017
Let’s not pretend the media paid HALF as much attention to her emails as they did what Trump might have said about Megyn Kelly. The media all but handed the election to Trump.
The defensiveness of the media is the least appealing part of reliving 2016.
— TD (@tjdva) September 26, 2017
Nonsense. With that logic GOP shouldn’t have nominated Trump-most flawed candidate ever. For every sin that HRC “committed” he was 10x worse
— UnitedWeStand (@UnitedWeStandWU) September 26, 2017
They still can’t accept the mistakes they made, even when a writer for The New Yorker blatantly calls it like it was.
They’re so adorable.