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@NYTimes Journalists fail critical thinking skills test. 

The Campaign Stops column in the Op/Ed section of the New York Times today asked voters what they think of each candidate. 

For Donald, voters generally report on the last thing they heard about him, like where he was when he gave a speech. For Clinton, go ahead, guess. 

If you said EMAILS, you are right! Ding! Ding! Ding! And for some reason, that seems to be maniacally important to voters. 

The New York Times journalists can not imagine how these voters came to that conclusion. It is a complete mystery to them. 

{{facepalm}}

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3 Responses

  1. Why are the media weasels favoring the Orange Grifter?

    Thom Hartmann applies Occam’s Razor.

    • Just ignore the comment thread for Hartmann’s article, though. It’s full of former Bernouts who now denounce Bernie as a sellout.

      I’m trying, Captain, but it’s not easy.

  2. I wouldn’t let the citizens of the hook. They have responsibilities. Patriotism isn’t about waiving flags and eating hot dogs on the 4th. They aren’t sheep.

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