The smirk that went around the world … How quickly the unhinged left running the insane asylums under the guise of alphabet-soup (ahem) ‘news organizations’ can turn themselves into dangerous, deranged, and totally out-of-control mobsters. In their self-righteous holier-than-thou petulant poseur to tear apart innocent kids over a smirk, they’ve also unveiled a particular propensity in reining in those on the right side of the spectrum (ie RINOs) in sharing their foul accusations which, thankfully at least, have been totally uncovered and revealed.
And don’t you dare smirk at that.
And the closer-wrap from Jack Cashill’s piece:
The National Review’s coverage of the Covington flap mirrors its treatment of the Trump presidency. Its editors, like those at the erstwhile Weekly Standard, have been playing by the left’s rules since the National Review denounced the John Birch Society nearly 60 years ago. Said one editor at the time in the way of explanation, “We can’t afford to jeopardize the grudging status we’ve earned in the Liberal community.”
Still worried about their “grudging status” among liberals, many of those prominent on the right insist that Trump and others honor all the left’s silly totems, even if they are as contrived as the old man’s beating the drum. If a conservative fails to do so, his more respectable betters will join the left’s shaming posse even if the ones being shamed are 16-year-old pro-lifers.
Time for today’s MAGA Pill – President Donald J Trump – MAGA!
Jack Cashill, American Thinker: What the Right should learn from Covington
Monica Showalter: Covington Catholic diocese sticks to its calumny against its kids