This is pretty amazing stuff, even for a sub-literate rag like USA Today:
This man @ByErikBrady is beyond disugust. Ban Judge Kavanaugh from coaching his daughter's basketball team? You are evil, sir
Assume this will be pulled attached screenshot pic.twitter.com/8mGkRXQOuU
— TullyBecketFlynn (@TullyBecketFlyn) September 29, 2018
Since then, the passage in the tweet has been excised from the article, without any acknowledgement that it had existed. While this would have been reprehensible under any set of circumstances, what makes it worse is that Kavanaugh’s statement:
I love coaching more than anything I’ve ever done in my whole life. But thanks to what some of you on this side of the committee have unleashed, I may never be able to coach again.
In context, the statement doesn’t refer to being banned from coaching as a sexual predator, he’s talking about the attack on his character making him the focus of any sports team he coached rather than the kids.
This is a truly evil piece.
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) September 29, 2018
I speak on behalf of people's strong desires that you take it down.
Take it down. pic.twitter.com/xIY6p1ey1N
— Nick Monroe (@nickmon1112) September 29, 2018
This is par for the course in this age of #Resistance. The next time someone tells you that the press is neutral or that it has some special place in how the US government works or that Donald Trump is wrong in holding them in contempt, keep this is mind and tell them to FOAD.
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