Liberal columnist who can’t see difference between Trump train and ISIS caravan gets free eye exam

Liberal columnist who can’t see difference between Trump train and ISIS caravan gets free eye exam

Tomorrow at this time, the 2020 presidential election may (emphasis on may: some votes won’t be counted for days) be in the rearview mirror. Hope as one might that the outrageous slings and arrows aimed at Donald Trump and his supporters throughout the campaign season will also have begun to recede into history, there’s good reason to doubt that will be the case. CBS News warns that radical leftists are planning disruptive post-election action outside the White House, presumably regardless of who wins. Stores across the country have already boarded up their windows “as if a Category 5 hurricane is bearing down.”

Also uncertain at this point is whether liberal writers like the Boston Globe’s Renée Graham will have retracted their claws. On Saturday, Graham tweeted out side-by-side photos of the infamous “Trump train,” a convoy of vehicles flying the U.S. flag or Trump banners that surrounded the Biden campaign as it traveled down a Texas interstate, and an ISIS caravan. (Needless to say, the FBI, which couldn’t be bothered with Hillary Clinton’s emails and has been sitting on the Hunter Biden story, is investigating the Trump supporters’ actions.) The text accompanying the tweet was “See the difference? Me neither.”

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Some good Samaritans, mindful that Graham wears specs, reasoned that maybe she needs a stronger prescription. Here are some of the “eye charts” they posted:


There is probably enough here to give you — and Graham — the general idea, but if you want a largely selection, visit here.

Cross posted at ClashDaily

LU Staff

LU Staff

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