The media is out of touch. That much we know.
All one really needs to do is look at how it hypes up the idea of President Donald Trump’s impeachment and then compare it to the tidal wave of Trump supporters who think it’s a dumb idea to know that. Even the polls are indicating Americans don’t want impeachment, nor should they. It’s a sham, and many people know it, but the media assumes everyone thinks like them. That’s the danger of living in a sturdy, ideological bubble after getting your journalism degree from the safety of your ivy league school bubble.
But politics is easy to gauge, and I get tired of talking about politics real fast. It’s not that I don’t have an interesting in it — I do write for RedState, after all — it’s just that today’s politics has become like a rerun of a show I was bored with the first time I watched it. Its plot is the same every episode. Orange man bad, try to impeach orange man, fail at impeaching orange man, and repeat. It’s more formulaic than old Power Rangers episodes.