It seems Republicans are whispering their grave "concerns" about Donald Trump in David Brooks' ear, but he's deluding himself if he thinks any of them are going to grow a spine anytime soon and impeach him, no matter what the Mueller probe reveals.
NYT's columnist and PBS contributor David Brooks tells host Judy Woodruff that "a lot of Republicans who are looking seriously at 2019, with a lot of Fridays like this one, and Trump really hurting himself and maybe not serving out the term."
David Brooks has forgotten all about when he was wrong, just like he always does: The Women's March Edition
David Brooks finds the Democrats' midterm message deeply disappointing.
"We'll all be over this angry stuff by 2020, right?" (puff)
The title of this morning's drug-induced experiment is "A Renaissance on the Right" in which he sings the praises of...wait for it...Jonah Goldberg.
The latest David Brooks post is particularly bad. You will want to catch up with Driftglass's take.
Because the real problem is, liberals aren't nice enough to conservatives.
At least Brooks published his column before the alarming events of the latter half of this week.
David Brooks: Because Every Political Catastrophe Needs a Sanctimonious Equivocator
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