The myths that cost Democrats the election

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On Friday, I almost assaulted a fan of my work. I was in the Philadelphia International Airport, and a man who recognized me from one of my appearances on a television news show approached. He thanked me for the investigative reporting I had done about Donald Trump before the election, expressed his outrage that the Republican…

3 thoughts on “The myths that cost Democrats the election

  1. Yup, there’s your path to the midterm drubbing! We put up anyone. You vote. I voted Clinton this time. Next?

  2. I voted for Hillary also, and, for what it was worth, Dems up and down the ticket. For those who had problems with Hill, or Bern for that matter, because of perceived corruption, email issues, etc., and you voted for Stein, Johnson, Trump, or just stayed home—–you got every fucking thing you deserved. I agree with what Oprah said before the election: something on the order of it ain’t as if you gotta’ go have dinner with ANY of these folks. Next, you idiots need to get off your lazy, stinkin’ asses, get in a goddamn voting precinct somewhere near you and vote for the best people who’ll move this country forward, not backwards. If you want the best for your kids and grandkids vote as if (as Think Progress says) you want America to THINK again! Nope. No sense bitching and moaning and marching now: time put on the gloves and fight the Nazi-loving assholes who are about to turn your life into a nightmare!

  3. I agree with you that the DNC is not all powerful, the rules were the rules, and Bernie had his chance to convince a majority.
    However, my biggest complaint is about the I just don’t trust her meme. If you, me, Johnny, or Katie had thirty years of unsubstantiated attacks thrown, I wouldn’t trust you, me, Johnny, or Katie!

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