Instapundit isn’t fair

A bunch of observations at Instapundit worthy of note today:

Sarah Hoyt: HONESTLY, THE LEFT DOES SO MUCH PROJECTING THAT THE MOVIE THEATER WORKERS ARE COMPLAINING: Report on Scourge of Fake News Turns Out to Be Faked.

Citing BRENDAN O’NEILLBest Thing About Trump’s Win? America Called Bullshit on the Cult of Clinton. “By the Cult of Hillary Clinton, I don’t mean the nearly 62 million Americans who voted for her. I have not one doubt that they are as mixed and normal a bag of people as the Trumpites are. No, I mean the Hillary machine—the celebs and activists and hacks who were so devoted to getting her elected and who have spent the past week sobbing and moaning over her loss. These people exhibit cult-like behavior far more than any Trump cheerer I’ve come across. . . . It’s all incredibly revealing. [emphasis added]

Citing SUSAN GOLDBERG: ‘Hamilton’ Star’s Plea to Pence Highlights Liberals’ Screwy Notion of Presidency.

 

If our founding fathers, so lovingly portrayed in the Broadway musical, were to hear such a plea spoken to a newly elected member of the executive branch, they’d most likely do a double-take and wonder if they were still in America. The presidency was never supposed to be an absolute monarchy ruled by a leader from which the people beg benevolence. In fact, precisely because of our ugly relationship to England’s monarch, the founders established a government that would grant the least amount of power possible to one single person.

And a miss (Reynolds needs to keep an eye on The Reference Frame): reactionless thrusters and space warp

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