Williams and Kimmel illustrating behavior on the left

Juan Williams’s comparison to Chappaquiddick could not have been dumber by J. Marsolo – “It is telling that some still want to block a movie about how Kennedy left Mary Jo Kopechne to die inside the submerged car that he drove off the bridge in 1969.”

“Williams said he didn’t know the “story” of Chappaquiddick. You would expect that someone whose job is a paid political commentator would know the story.

If not knowing about Chappaquiddick isn’t bad enough for a paid political commentator, Williams then outdid himself. He said that while the left wanted to block the Chappaquiddick movie, the “right” wanted to block the movie about President Reagan’s last years while he was afflicted with Alzheimer’s. This is beyond stupidity and civility.

Williams’s tasteless, stupid remark shows again that leftist commentators will say anything about Republican presidents.

Jimmy Kimmel and Joss Whedon Sure Are Brave to Criticize the Trumps by Jim Treacher – “I’m old enough to remember when criticizing the president of the United States and his family, for any reason and no matter how mildly, was just about the worst thing you could do.”

“You couldn’t disagree with Obama’s policies, you couldn’t point out his numerous factual errors and outright lies, you couldn’t mock his gaffes, and you certainly couldn’t crack any jokes about his personal appearance. If you did, that meant you were a racist. On Nov. 4, 2008, Utopia dawned, and suddenly dissent was treason.

Thankfully, those days are over! Once more, it’s socially acceptable to say mean things about the POTUS. And you can bet that our moral, ethical, and intellectual betters are making the most of the opportunity.

It may be that some of the rhetoric and invective being routinely tossed at the President and anyone close to him may be as offensive to those in flyover country as telling a feminist she is pretty.

Notice how things are slowing down? 

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