Ha Ha. Of course not. The media is going to attempt to destroy him.
When Walker refused to denounce the former Big Apple mayor to the media’s satisfaction, they pounced. “What Scott Walker did ought to disqualify him as a serious presidential contender,” Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank hyperventilated. “Clownish,” insisted Rachel Maddow Show producer Steve Benen. “Spineless,” The Washington Post editorial board averred.We knew this was coming. But I think this time it's going to backfire and in a big way. Let's go back to 2008 when the media let Barack Obama basically do whatever he wanted to them. He basically 50 Shaded them into submission and they kept saying "Thank you sir, can I have another and will you splooge in our faces too?"
You will perhaps not be surprised to learn that Walker has disqualified himself from serving as the President of the United States twice in less than one week, at least according to the Beltway media. Again, Walker was judged to have failed to meet the subjectively defined standards of conduct befitting a member of the opposition party when talking about President Obama. When the Wisconsin governor was inexplicably asked by The Washington Post whether or not he believed that Barack Obama was a Christian, Walker stepped on a landmine when he answered, “I don’t know.”
All disgusting metaphors aside, they carried the water for this guy in a way no one ever had. The jig is up. We saw what we got and we saw what the media did to give this guy cover. Going after Walker over every perceived slight is not going to work for them anymore. I don't see any hubbub outside of media circles on the evolution thing. Crickets. I am reminded of this scene from 12 Angry Men:
Pretend this juror is a lefty media head talking about conservatives in general and Scott Walker in particular. The rest of the jurors are the American people. I think that's where we are at.
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