The hilarious cartoon below, by political cartoonist extraodinare A.F. Branco, reveals the most likely source behind the anonymous anti-Trump op-ed published last week in the failed New York Times.
Hysterical and probably not too far from the truth:
This also makes an great point about what passes for standards inside today’s “Resistance” media.
For example this little gem tells you everything you need to know about the bias of the media in the Trump era. Take Joe Scarborough:
The Federalist Papers reports,
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough called President Donald Trump’s actions a “far graver threat to the idea of America” than the 9/11 attackers, Tuesday on “Morning Joe.”
Scarborough claimed tragedies like 9/11 bring people closer together, while the president continues to tear them apart.
“If you strip America of its ideas, forget about knocking down buildings in the financial district — forget about running planes into the Pentagon. Those are tragedies, but those tragedies bring us closer together,” he said. “America is an idea. You gut America of that idea, that’s when you do the most harm to America.”
Scarborough listed negative aspects of the Trump administration and called them a “threat” to the country.
“You have just this week, Brett Kavanaugh who wants to be on the Supreme Court refusing to answer whether people should be banned from coming to the United States because of their race — and his reading of the Constitution,” Scarborough continued.
“The accumulation of that, the retweeting of neo-Nazi videos, Charlottesville, I mean I could go on and on, what he said about the majority black countries — that is tearing more at the fabric of America than attacks on the Twin Towers did. We rebuilt from that. We became stronger because of that,” he said. “But this seems to me a far graver threat to the idea of America.”
More at The Federalist Papers