It’s part of an ongoing pattern to divert our attention away from Moscow’s ties to the Trump administration.
Chris Murphy, Amy Klobuchar, Michael Bennet, Tom Udall–they’ve all spoken out against the radicalization of the GOP.
Television and talk radio personalities are the real leaders of the GOP. Their business model depends on outrage.
For many conservatives, their identities are built on a foundation of supremacy and they feel threatened by a changing America.
During his campaign rally in Valdosta, Georgia on Saturday, Donald Trump threw out a brief dog whistle to the state’s white farmers. Curious how many people caught this reference about people in Georgia who claim "we were here also" and will "take over your farm" under the Democrats. pic.twitter.com/dcUKaXPAVW — Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) December 6,… Read more »