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Jennifer Rubin’s death wish for Republicans is factually wrong — and the maps prove it

Once upon a time, Jennifer Rubin was an intelligent woman.  Things started to go downhill when she went to work for the Washington Post, but what really flipped the switch in her brain was seeing Donald Trump become president.  Not only did she lose perspective, but she also lost intelligence, self-restraint, and decency.  Her latest flight of NeverTrump nastiness has her speculation about possible Republican deaths during a time of coronavirus.  Her speculation not only reveals an even further degradation of mind and soul, but she’s got things entirely bass-ackwards wrong — and a couple of maps prove it.

Maybe the seeds of Rubin’s decay were always there, considering that she attended U.C. Berkeley both as an undergraduate and at law school.  Her downslide might also have come from spending twenty years in Hollywood working as a labor and employment lawyer.

Or perhaps the problem was when she moved with her family to Virginia and started writing for The Weekly Standard and Commentary magazine.  Her work there was excellent during the Bush and Obama years, when these magazines were conservative stalwarts.  As you may recall, though, both magazines went all in for NeverTrumpism, which eventually killed The Weekly Standard.

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