What can he say after all? He doesn’t have the capacity to actually lead a nation. We all knew that in 2016. That we got this far before the country faced major crisis was just the luck of the draw. There was little doubt that if and when the country looked to him for real leadership, he could rise to the challenge.… Read more
But he’s doing worse than another candidate, so maybe it really is about the candidates. Whatever you might think about people who aren’t sold on voting for Biden yet (a group of people I generally cannot comprehend), their votes count. So it really is Biden’s responsibility to try to win them over. He needs to win… Read more
The Biden campaign seems to think (1) they are going to easily win the Sanders coalition of younger and more progressive voters (almost certainly true, as it was for Clinton in 2016, although lower or higher turnout among those voters could be a deciding factor in the election) and/or (2) they just don’t really need… Read more
If everyone walked off Twitter, the world would be a better place. But people are hooked on those sweet, sweet “likes” and the idea that maybe one day some exhausted and/or lazy and/or incompetent journalist will print one of their Tweets on a topic rather than actually do some reporting about it...
Exactly, it’s a textbook case of gaslighting. I’d be willing to bet that he frequently told her she was “crazy” for seeing what was in front of her eyes.
No, they used it right. One of her issues was how he spun her accusations of infidelity over 2 years to make her think she was crazy. Also, this is a review of a show and its portrayal of a woman and her actions, not the actual person and her psychological issues that led to murder. The story evidently being… Read more
I quote that walrus all the time when I feel I'm being held captive.