The notion that the New York Times would have a token conservative on their political opinion staff has always been a humorous thing. It’s not that they shouldn’t have one. It’s that they selected a “conservative” in David Brooks that made Mitch McConnell seem like a far-right wacko bird. For the first time in a while, he wrote something that made perfect sense.
Not Trump. Not ever.
— Katherine Senzee (@ksenzee) March 19, 2016
What’s also noteworthy is that Brooks actually pulled out the Bible to demonstrate how much of a demagogue Trump truly is.
David Brooks: "History is a long record of men like [Trump] temporarily rising, stretching back to biblical times.” https://t.co/zCbsSN1dgJ
— PJ Media (@PJMedia_com) March 18, 2016
Donald Trump is a menace to more than just the Republican party. Whether his nomination allows Hillary Clinton to become President or he’s able to win it himself, the end result is disastrous for America. For once, I agree wholeheartedly with David Brooks. Trump must be stopped immediately.
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