“In a sensible world, the editors of the Washington Post would have looked at what Boot has tried to do over the last couple of days, and tattooed ‘hack’ on his forehead. But we are not operating in a sensible world.“
A devastating critique from How long before accuses him of white supremacism??? Max Boot’s Dishonesty
This is scorching.
"Boot’s techniques are both tiresome and reprehensible. But when coupled with the ersatz I-take-no-pleasure-in-this lamentations that have become his hallmark in the Trump era, the affectation becomes too much to bear." Perfect from
Go read on Max Boot's strategic dishonesty & the feedback loop that encourages it. 'In a sensible world, the editors of WaPo would have looked at what Boot has tried to do over the last couple of days, and tattooed “hack” on his forehead'
I’m proud to be and, when I next need to be in a foxhole, reserving the spot next to
Max Boot intentionally misconstrues what others write and then lies about it, knowing that no one will bother to uncover his distortion. via
"Boot fancies himself as Mark Antony, here to bury a Caesar he once loved, when in reality he is more like Romeo Montague: a callow, selfish, monomaniacal, self-pitying featherweight, constitutionally unable to prevent the escalation of petty infractions."
These #NeverTrump fanatics have ZERO constituency. No need to engage with them whatsoever. “Max Boot’s Dishonesty”
This takedown of Max Boot’s mendacity is so devastating that it should convince even Boot himself. Alas, it doesn’t seem as though Boot actually reads anything that may disrupt his self-fashioned hero’s tale, in which he is the protagonist
And Max Boot thought National Review attacked him before...
What posits in here sounds right. did some quick googling for his column accusing NR of white nationalism, read the subhead of the article, didn’t bother to read the piece and fired away Max Boot’s Dishonesty
This, from , is definitive and utterly unsparing, while 100% accurate
Max Boot’s Dishonesty
Max Boot, Dishonest Hack
“In a sensible world, the editors of the Washington Post would have looked at what Boot has tried to do over the last couple of days, and tattooed “hack” on his forehead. But we are not operating in a sensible world.”
Yep. Invaluable : “In a sensible world, the editors of the Washington Post would have looked at what Boot has tried to do over the last couple of days, and tattooed ‘hack’ on his forehead. But we are not operating in a sensible world.”