Republicans are so terrified of Trump and conspiracy nuts, they couldn't tell the truth about the 2020 election even if they wanted to.
"Stockholm syndrome is when you start to identify with your captors. This is way worse," John Avlon said.
Alternative title: Every Time Bret Stephens Writes An OpEd For The Times, A Bedbug Gets Its Wings
Eric Boehlert discusses the fact that The New York Times doesn't seem to have learned any lessons from their actions in 2016 with them allowing serial liar Peter Schweitzer to publish an op-ed in their publication.
As Boehlert pointed out on this Sunday's AM Joy, The NY Times has apparently not learned a single lesson from 2016 with the promotion of Schweitzer.
Eric Trump "writes" an op-ed in "The Hill" about fathers and sons and Hunter Biden. It's not smart.
Kamala Harris "can tell me that I have to drive to work in a go-cart covered with Barbie decals and I'll vote for her."
"When you have that kind of broad public support for legislation that will make everyone safer and it still can't get through the Senate, the problem is with weak-willed leaders who care more about their campaign coffers than children in coffins," Biden wrote.
Libertarian writer Kirstin Tate is really hoping to make everyone resent the furloughed federal workers who are going without a paycheck right now in an op-ed published this week at The Hill.
Senator-elect Mitt Romney put an op-ed in the Washington Post on New Year's Day announcing that he approves of all Trump's policy and judicial decisions, but damn, he wishes Trump would put a veneer on his sh*t sandwiches.
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