Powerlineblog's "Post-Election Freakout" Series
November 14, 2016, 09:09 PM
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If you want to know how crazy liberals have been going since the election, you need to to checkout Powerlineblog's "Freakout" series.

The Great Liberal Freakout  was discussed here by Eugene Gant And Freakout at General Mills and Freakout at General Mills (2)  were discussed by me in At General Mills, A Black VP Invites Women And Minority Employees To Have A “Courageous Conversation” About Trump’s Election

But there's a lot more. In A freakout at the Washington Post Paul Mirengoff notes that

Katrina Vanden Heuvel blames the media for presenting “a rampant false equivalency between Trump and Clinton [and] the parties that nominated them.” She insists that “we act to revive an accountability-centered media that doesn’t value profits over the public interest.”
If I'm reading that right, Katrina Van Den Heuvel Email her thinks the media didn't hate Trump enough.
Clearly, she wants a state controlled media that portrays the GOP and the candidates it nominates as illegitimate. Reading the Washington Post these past months, I sense that we’re half way there.

I look forward to hearing from Jennifer Rubin, Mike Gerson, and above all Eugene Robinson.

Just for the record, two of those last three(Rubin and Gerson) are supposed to be Republicans. And yes, Jennifer Rubin freaking out: Trump voters: We did hear you; we just thought better of you, November 13, 2016.

Rubin [email her] still thinks that Dubya got an “estimated 44 percent of the Hispanic vote.” Even if this wasn’t a myth that we’ve had to repeatedly refute, 44% would have meant a massive landslide the other way.

The screenshot at right is from A freakout at UMinn saying that the biology classes were cancelled November 9, because students didn’t feel safe when one of America's two major political parties won an election.

But the PowerLine guys have a lot more freakouts to write about. Check them out: