The Federalist reported yesterday that Senator Chris Murphy and other Democratic senators secretly met with foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
David HarsanyiWhen Tom Cotton sent an open letter to Iran explaining the constitution in 2015, Chris Murphy called it “unprecedented” & claimed it was “undermining the authority of the president.” Today, he's fine meeting Iranians on foreign soil to undermine the WH.
Virginia Democrats continue their offensive against the Second Amendment, including taking up Governor Ralph Northam’s ‘assault weapons’ ban.
David HarsanyiSimply because a small number of psychopaths happen to like the aesthetics of a AR-15 doesn’t magically transform that firearm into something distinctively menacing to American society.
They hide their worldview behind a patina of impartiality, claiming to be arbiters of the truth.
David HarsanyiFor me, the most grating thing about “factchecking” isn’t the dubious journalistic nature of the project, but the effort to credit Obama for everything good that’s happened during Trump’s presidency.
The purportedly all-powerful “gun lobby” can do very little to fight back against the efforts to mislead voters.
David HarsanyiBloomberg has spent around $200 million in the Dem primary — approximately $194 million more than the NRA spends on an average year in lobbying Congress and approximately $170 million more than the NRA spent on the entire 2016 election.
David HarsanyiBiden challenging someone to a push-up/IQ contest, calling someone "fat," telling an Iowan not to vote isn't a matter of him being tongue tied and stumbling. These are things he's been doing his entire career.
He uses traditional journalistic practices to expose corrupt behavior the powerful would love to hide. It’s called reporting.
David HarsanyiBrazilian prosecutors accuse @ggreenwald of getting his hands on compromising conversations between government officials and then disseminated them to general public. That just sounds like the definition of good journalism to me.