There’s Trump aversion, and then there’s Jennifer Rubin. As we’ve told you, Trump’s election seems to have permanently scrambled Rubin’s brain. At the very least, it’s revealed her staggering hypocrisy and willingness to completely reverse her so-called convictions depending on who’s in power.
This morning, National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke penned a piece that absolutely skewered Rubin for her blatant, parody-worthy hackery:
— National Review (@NRO) December 18, 2017
— Bethany S. Mandel (@bethanyshondark) December 18, 2017
This is…brutal. Extremely brutal. https://t.co/j2v9up88af
— Jeff B/DDHQ (@EsotericCD) December 18, 2017
— JenniferW (@JenWoodruff79) December 18, 2017
It’s indeed a work of art.
And beautifully accurate. I'm sure she'll respond. ?
— Robpublican (@robpublican) December 18, 2017
Oh, she did:
if i had any respect for enablers of Trump or there was a cogent argument in there i'd respond. I miss the days when NR was at least witty. https://t.co/vB2UaSXcmA
— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) December 18, 2017
Bless her heart.
Quod erat demonstrandum. https://t.co/N8lyd4NVqZ
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) December 18, 2017
— Rich Lowry (@RichLowry) December 18, 2017
It was the best she could do, considering that Cooke had just dropped a veritable truth-nuke on her.
— Dan Simpson (@DSimpson88) December 18, 2017
— rebel millennial (@patriotic_giant) December 18, 2017
You're good ?
— TheDoctor (@delta8488) December 18, 2017
You’d be hard pressed to find someone who does it better. And the best part? In exposing Rubin for the hack that she is, Cooke actually got enough of a rise out of her for her to expose her own hackery even more! It’s a beautiful thing.
— JWF (@JammieWF) December 18, 2017
Charles took it easy on you. It could have — should have — been far worse than this.
— Seth Hughes (@THESethHughes) December 18, 2017
Dude, Charles nailed it. You're all over the place and you stand for absolutely nothing. Maybe it's a split personality or maybe it's just derangement syndrome. Either way, you need some time off from politics.
— Ashley (@luvofUSA) December 18, 2017
That’s probably not a bad idea. Nip this in the bud before the men with the butterfly nets show up.
When I think National Review, I think MAGA. https://t.co/bObaTFqIl1
— Karol Markowicz (@karol) December 18, 2017
This, dearest friends, is what Trump derangement looks like: The conservative news outlet that literally put out the essential anti-Trump publication of 2016 is somehow a Trump enabler. https://t.co/2zYk4KS3ui
— Joe Cunningham (@JoePCunningham) December 18, 2017
NR must be doing something right when the MAGA crowd calls them Never Trump and Rubin calls them Trump enablers. The lonely road of ideological integrity is not for the timid.
— Harold Stockinghands (@StickeeNotes) December 18, 2017