It’s becoming more obvious than ever. I find myself going to some trusted solely on-line sources, except now and then I see Chicago Sun-Times blaring front page that catches my attention, like today’s “Steinberg: Donald Trump is going to be elected president.”
Which is the kind of man-bites-dog story that sells newspapers. Congratulations, Neil!
We also get Chi Trib on weekends, which is good for more than obits, providing a window to conventional wisdom among the genteel leftist elite. (Not in its editorial page, btw, needless to say.)
The Charlotte man being a case to examine, based on new information. His wife too. Not to mention Hillary R. Clinton. Typical, typical.
Holt lived up to the expectations of his peers. But he lived down to the worst expectations of conservatives, who routinely see Republican candidates treated unfairly by debate moderators.
Again and again, Holt asked Trump tough questions that were straight from the Clinton campaign’s talking points, and which were obvious set-ups for Clinton to attack (and for fact-checkers to pounce on whatever Trump asserted in his own defense).Here are the five worst examples.
He faced ostracism. Parties would have become no fun at all.
At tonight’s debate, Donald Trump faced off not just against Hillary Clinton, but against moderator Lester Holt.
The game of two-on-one saw Holt ask no questions about:
- Hillary’s emails
- The Clinton Foundation
While ignoring these issues, Holt grilled Trump on stop-and-frisk, the birther story, his comments about women, his many bankruptcies, why he hasn’t released his tax returns — and a host of other issues the media sees as unfriendly to the Republican candidate.
Ah those main-stream fellows. Can’t bust out of their bubble.
Hofstra University has posted a “trigger warning” sign to warn students about the potentially disturbing content that may be discussed during Monday night’s presidential debate.
Therapist first responders on hand.
GLOBAL WARMING: IS THERE NOTHING IT CAN’T DO?
For good measure he adds:
That’s odd – just a couple of years ago, the former Secretary of State, who flew 956,733 miles during her stint at Foggy Bottom in part to allegedly fight terrorism, claimed in 2014, “Climate change is the most consequential, urgent, sweeping collection of challenges we face.”