If nothing changes, in the future, this is what the spectrum of political opinion as presented by the corporate media will look like.
Matt Schlapp says that "Kelly Sadler is a little bit of a victim here." (via CNN) pic.twitter.com/LtceMdDFlu— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) May 14, 2018
On the "Right", unrepentant Trump lackeys.
On the "Left", unreconstructed Bush Regime Dead Enders who are fundamentally soft and weak and prefer the dirty work of their depraved politics to be discretely jobbed out to Lee Atwater or Rick Wilson or Karl Rove of Rush Limbaugh and not flaunted in all it's bloody, racist splendor on the White House lawn.
The plum job of "moderating" these puppet shows will be gifted to hard-core Both Siderists, whose eyes will be perpetually dewy with nostalgia for the Good Old Days of George W. Bush --
George W. Bush reminds us how decent leaders sound
-- and which the Beltway Pundit Hegemony manufactures --
ffs., stop is "we" and "our" and "us"— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) May 14, 2018
Dems DON'T DO THIS STUFF https://t.co/L80ycnzpTx
‘Americans are Being Held Hostage and Terrorized by the Fringes’
An exit interview with the American Enterprise Institute’s Arthur Brooks.
And what of actual Democrats? Those tens of millions of Liberals on the actual Left?
With a single snap of the Beltway Pundit Infinity Gauntlet, as far as the corporate media is concerned, outside of Rob Reiner in old reruns of All in the Family, we won't exist at all.
Behold, a Tip Jar!