The polls close at 8PM ET in all five primary states: Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and Rhode Island. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are expected to do very well. I'll be watching Fox News. What are you watching?
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While CNN will never match FOX News, I was surprised (or not) how much of a Trump obsession they had. Even though their pundit panel isn’t particularly weighted towards conservatives and the few obvious conservatives with one knee-jerk exception weren’t really (from appearances) for The Donald, they all talked him up like they were dazzled by his celebrity. Other than liberal partisan Axelrod who looked like he ate sour grapes, the panel excessively drooled like a starving man eyeing a steak. Bizarre.
I get his supporters. They’re the (mostly) white Christian males who feel under siege by social trends and are grateful a politician is savaging their oppressors: Other religions, minorities, foreigners, LGBTs, etc. What I don’t get is the so-called lib msm going all doe-eyed over Der Furor.
CNN covered Trump’s unscripted rambling of a post-election speech which was shocking in its narcissism, ignorance (when it wasn’t overly vague), and bullying like he was Abe giving the Gettysburg Address. Sheesh! 👎
I’m still thinkin’ popcorn is gonna be a bestseller in Cleveland.
Every blog and commentator is calling it that.
For F’s sake, are we now the NASCAR of political primaries where the corporate sponsors are first to be heard?
Yeah, I guess so —.