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I wonder if there are any Democrat voters out there today wondering to themselves, “Hmmm… I read The New York Times and watch CNN every day. To stay informed. But as it turned out, I was misinformed about the Duke Lacrosse players, the Russian collusion thing, the Covington kids, the Kavanaugh accusations, Jussie Smollett, and a bunch of other stuff. I even went to some protests and carried some signs before later finding out that I had gotten bad information. From those that I seek information from. I wonder if, just perhaps, I’m being misinformed about this Rittenhouse thing? If so, I wonder if I should reconsider where I get my information? Hmmm…”
For some reason, I suspect that very few Democrats are contemplating the foundation of their worldview, despite repeated and obvious evidence that perhaps they are making decisions based on flawed information.
Perhaps I’m wrong. Perhaps something will happen that will open their eyes to their own deception. Perhaps this Rittenhouse trial will be that something. It could be, I suppose. Right?Published in