And the Twitterverse Reponds accordingly...
The "silencing" of conservatives on social media leads them to form their own platforms, but where's the fun in being around other conservatives?
They need a conspiracy theory -- because sharing a country with us is intolerable.
There is considerable evidence of the connections between evangelical media broadly speaking, Christian news specifically, and a conservative Republican base that sought steady support and advocacy from it.
Cheri Jacobus wants us to forget Trump is Republican, but still "compromise" on cuts to Social Security. Of course she does.
Oh noes! If Trump loses Alex Jones, what will he do?
Former right wing radio talk show host Charlie Sykes weighs in on the NRA, and the role the conservative media has played in enabling Trump.
Progressives don’t talk about freedom nearly enough, even though it is the cornerstone of what we want in society. For too long, we have let conservatives go on and on about it without saying very much on the subject ourselves. That needs to change.
And it's not a cartoon.
Every so often I read a transcript of a Rush Limbaugh radio monologue, because Limbaugh is still, to much of heartland of America, a source of truth and a purveyor of wisdom.
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