Hope folks who keep saying it was a "good day" for X or Y realize that nothing about today was good for anyone, period.— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) June 8, 2017
That this does not cause Chuck a moment's reflection is itself amazing. His faith in the secularist religion is that deep. Personally, I have to admit, that the Catholic priest pedophilia scandal caused me significant heartburn. Still, even at the depths of the cover-ups and filth, it was humans being sinful and did not attack the core of the belief like this does.
The core of the progressive secular belief, where salvation comes from government and politics, is that the elites are in fact elite and therefore qualified to rule over us. This hearing and the circus surrounding it for the last 6 months should do nothing but wash away the foundations of this faith.
The elites, in short, are nincompoops.
Whether it's CNN and the New York Times, both giants of their industries, losing their marbles over an impossible Trump-Russia collusion story, Trump himself tweeting like a 12-year-old girl, our representatives turning their bodies into rumor mills and gossip houses or pundits on both sides giving us whiplash from repeated, abrupt reversals of positions, this whole thing is a perfect example of why they should all be kept as far away as possible from power over our lives.
I wouldn't want any of these idiots giving me directions to the nearest gas station, much less telling me what kind of health insurance I have to buy or how I must educate my children.
I'm willing to bet that no one in the media or academia will come to this conclusion. That's because this is a religion and they are its followers.