Everybody remembers Hillary calling the American working class “deplorables.” And everyone who is a deplorable understands that attitude among elite liberals hasn’t changed at all in the last four years (except maybe to have gotten worse).
So here’s more of it:
The fate of college football could become a microcosm of the broader American political divide. Coaches like Mullet Mike Gundy will insist on trying to play. Administrators will struggle to justify shutting down campuses to everyone but the football team.
“Mullet” Mike Gundy? (Gundy’s the football coach at Oklahoma State.) Now, Pro Football Talk is a very good website. It’s lightweight and uncluttered — very easy to read. But its owner, Mike Florio (who also wrote this article), and everyone who works for him, is a virtue-signalling liberal.
They refuse to call Washington’s NFL team the “Redskins.” You can argue Redskins is an offensive name, and I won’t disagree with you. Of course it is. However, (a) it is currently the name of the team, and (b) that doesn’t stop PFT from making money off of covering them.
Sarcasm: But since Florio et. al. don’t call the team the Redskins, that means the money they’re making isn’t blood money.
So here we have liberals who are wont to engage in costless virtue signalling, who then turn around and expose their deep hatred of the American working class.
That’s exactly what calling him “Mullet Mike Gundy” reflects. That attitude of elite liberals is no small part of why Donald Trump is in the White House.
Despite all his considerable and numerous flaws, had Bernie been the Democrat nominee, I’d have voted for him in the general (I voted for him in the 2016 and 2020 primaries). However, I supported Trump in the 2016 general, and people like Florio are no small part of the reason why it will be very easy for me to do so again and vote for him in 2020.
I hate elite liberals and corporate Democrats with heat of a thousand suns.