Since the start of COVID-19 in 2020, journalists and other Democrats have taken it upon themselves to snitch on anyone (meaning Republicans) who didn't wear a mask and promptly accuse them of recklessly endangering the lives of others.
The Lincoln Project, a left-wing Super PAC founded by minor internet celebrities, wants to remind its rich liberal donors that Donald Trump's defeat in the 2020 election doesn't mean they should stop giving money to the Lincoln Project.
It was entirely predictable that incoming vice president Kamala Harris would appear on the cover of the latest issue of Vogue magazine. Few, however, could have foreseen the backlash it would unleash among her adoring liberal fans.
Journos and other libs have a tendency to treat Democratic politicians less as public servants worthy of public scrutiny than as super heroes, epic celebs, or deities to be worshiped and admired. (See: Barack Obama, 2008 election.)
Pete Buttigieg, 38, could be forgiven for thinking he was the youngest, hottest white dude working his way up the Democratic Party ladder. Despite a weak resume comprising a failed presidential campaign, a failed campaign for DNC chairman, and an eight-year tenure as mayor of Indiana's fourth-largest city, Buttigieg was recently nominated to head the U.S. Department of Transportation.
In the wake of Democratic victories in Georgia that will give the party control of the U.S. Senate, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris may be forced to relinquish her title as Queen (or Kween) of the Libs.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.), a woman, has promised the 117th Congress will be "the most inclusive in history." Thanks to her subversive colleague, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D., Mo.), a man, she's off to a rocky start.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's coverage of the Senate runoff elections in Georgia has included numerous attempts to "fact check" the candidates, nearly all of which are extremely deferential to the Democratic candidates.