“Sure, Booth shot the president, but I think the press has been extremely unfair to me and to the Confederacy”—Jefferson Davis https://t.co/4OFjWdJD6M
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) October 26, 2018
Charles Manson never killed anyone. Like Trump, he just gave speeches.
— Gideon Mountain Hunt Will Vote Nov. 6th (@terriermanUSA) October 27, 2018
the difference between the trump administration and isis is that isis accepts responsibility for the attacks it inspires
— m i t h (@ManInTheHoody) October 27, 2018
— Harry Siegel (@harrysiegel) October 26, 2018
There is a fuckmook with your name on television show who has done great damage to the body politic and shown no regard for the value of empirical truth that is essential for self-governance. Given that you share a name, perhaps you can send him the below sentiment and shame him. https://t.co/UFVDYT4U1f
— David Simon (@AoDespair) October 26, 2018
But when it comes to the real maestros of mealy-mouthing, there’s one publication leads the pack…
For the “both sides” hall of fame, here’s the New York Times insinuating that the people who received the bombs might have deserved it. Notable that they left CNN out of the piece. https://t.co/LzTwawdlA6
— Adam Jentleson ?? (@AJentleson) October 26, 2018
All the Times Jodie Forster Ignored John Hinckley Jr.
— Schooley (@Rschooley) October 26, 2018