The headlines. Sometimes, they are too easy to interpret. There’s no real reason to write an entire post about them. A couple of sentences will do. Here are five headlines, with their meanings summarized in back-of-the-cereal-box style.
- Trump Contradicts his own denial and admits he sent Giuliani to Ukraine to dig dirt on political opponents. What it means: Trump is a traitor. He’s corrupt. He’s a liar. You and I would go to jail, if we did what he’s done.
- What caused Warren’s campaign collapse? What it means: Warren was never ahead except in the polls. She’s trailed from the first actual vote. Polls are no longer accurate.
- Barr’s stunning Trump rebuke sparks debate over his true motives. What it means: Barr admits he intervened in Stone’s sentencing recommendations. He’s doing these interviews complaining about the president’s tweets because the prez outed him as the president’s whore instead of a legitimate Attorney General. This is all cover on Barr’s part.
- Trump bucks Barr’s request to stop tweeting about Justice Dept, declaring a ‘legal right’ to seek intervention in criminal cases What it means: Trump is now a dictator, courtesy of the Republican Senate. He is also crazy.
- Man arrested for slapping teen Trump supporter during New Jersey primary police say. What it means: Trump’s not the only one who’s crazy.