For four interminable years, Democrats sowed discord in America. Looked at objectively, it wasn’t Trump who was “abnormal.” He was a colorful character who followed American law and tradition, always for Americans’ benefit. It was the Democrats whose response was extreme, violent, and abnormal – but the white-collar leaders and fawned-upon activists were insulated from the consequences of their actions. AOC’s hysterical reaction to Ted Cruz’s agreeing with her about GameStop suggests that insulation is over.
The moment Trump won the Republican primary, Democrats announced that they would no longer abide by the normal rules of American politics. The New York Times’ Jim Rutenberg announced that the media no longer had to abide by the ostensibly objective norms of traditional journalism.
Mr. Trump’s candidacy is “extraordinary and precedent-shattering” and “to pretend otherwise is to be disingenuous with readers.”
It would also be an abdication of political journalism’s most solemn duty: to ferret out what the candidates will be like in the most powerful office in the world.
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