FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2019
Propagandized by favorites and friends: Should Donald J. Trump be impeached?
As a general matter, we're not real big on impeachment. In our view, the American system runs on elections, and in the last presidential election, roughly 63 million people voted for Donald J. Trump.
We didn't vote for Donald J. Trump. We regard him as disordered and dangerous, but we also respect the fact that many Others don't see him that way.
It seems to us that Donald J. Trump may be mentally ill or cognitively impaired. But the "journalists" who propagandize us each day aren't willing to stage that discussion.
At any rate, 63 million people voted for Trump. Within the traditional American system, it would be a very serious act to overturn that election.
On the other hand, there's the daily dose of propaganda we liberals now receive—the remarkable dose we're delivered each day by Nicolle Wallace and her "favorite reporters and friends."
Back in the day, Wallace was a spokesperson for the invasion of Iraq and for torture and for ballot proposals outlawing same-sex marriage. Today, she uses her substantial ability, plus her fabulous teeth and hair, to propagandize us liberals.
Wallace has a lot of smarts, but she seems to possess the soul of the slightly disordered den mother. That positions us, her daily viewers, as maybe 8 years old.
Amazing! Each day, Wallace starts her MSNBC program, Deadline: White House, by introducing a panel she describes as "some of our favorite reporters and friends." This is her way of letting you know that you're being seen as a child.
On Wednesday's show, she outdid even herself at the close of the hour:
"I could talk to these friends forever, especially on a day like today," she amazingly said as the close of the hour. As she proceeded to name and thank each of the friends, John Heilemann delivered a playful shove to his friend, Jonathan Lemire.
This is the way these idiots behave when their mother praises them. Wallace then extended her theme. "MTP Daily, with my friend Chuck Todd, starts now," she Stepford-ly said.
The key point about Deadline: White House is this—you'll never hear a single word of dispute or disagreement. The Stepford friends all cluster about, agreeing with their corporate den mother.
No matter what Wallace says, the children rush to second it. Tomorrow, we'll show you a remarkable statement she made on yesterday's program—a remarkable statement which was quickly affirmed by Harry Litman, one of her favorites, live and direct from La Jolla.
On Wallace's show, everybody wants to impeach Donald Trump. All the children favor that stance, as does the children's den mother. For that reason, we recommend today's column in the Washington Post by conservative pundit Mark Thiessen.
Thiessen quotes statements by Mueller the Royal—statements you'll never hear quoted on Deadline: White House. On Deadline, you're with your favorites and your friends. Everybody always agrees, and they select the various things you'll be permitted to hear.
Tomorrow, we'll show you a crazy thing Wallace said. We'll also discuss a peculiar remark by Mueller the Royal. Meanwhile, should Donald J. Trump be impeached?
For people exposed to Deadline: White House, we recommend reading Thiessen's column. After that, at 4 PM Eastern, we can gather for our play date with our favorite reporters and friends.