Sadly, Trump’s victory has driven some at the WaPo to the breaking point
by Jazz Shaw at HotAir:
“It’s been a rough week at the Washington Post, my friends, and it’s almost enough to make you feel sorry for them. After spending nearly every available square inch of fishwrap from early summer until last Monday night attempting to defeat The Donald (rather than reporting on the race) the results of the election seem to have crashed the group consciousness of the WaPo newsroom and editorial board into a seething miasma of regret, remorse, anger and paranoia. The response coming from those hallowed halls of journalism as of this morning doesn’t bode well for their future mental stability either. I was just looking over Monday’s offerings from their staff and there seems to be a theme developing. Let’s glance at just a few of them and see if you can detect a pattern.
Against Trumpian triumphalism
The right wing will claim its victory gives Trump a mandate. It doesn’t.
America the punitive?
Immigration policy can be tough without being cruel.
The Trump administration hasn’t even started yet, and it’s already a fiasco
It’s looking like a mash-up of “Being There” and “American History X.”
Why millions fear the looming Trump presidency
President-elect Donald Trump made promises that represent threats to real lives and livelihoods…..”
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