Joan Walsh at The Nation: Beyond Bernie’s Bros and Hillary’s Hellfire
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Why does Katrina vanden Heuvel (editor of The Nation) give Joan Walsh so much space at The Nation? I'm tired of hearing from her in my newsletters. As a strong supporter of Bernie Sanders, for opposing views it would be nice to hear from other pro-Hillary voices besides mostly Joan Walsh all the time.
It was bad enough hearing Joan Walsh all the time on MSNBC gushing over Hillary. MSNBC is owned by Comcast. MSNBC fired Ed Schultz the very next day after he reported on Hillary Clinton's support for the TPP trade agreement.
Last year Comcast was forced to abandon a $45 billion Time Warner Cable acquisition after spending more than $400 million on lawyers, lobbyists, and consultants. Two months later Comcast executive vice president David Cohen hosted a $2,700-a-plate fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Joan Walsh supports Hillary Clinton, who only beat Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire with voters age 65 and over — and those making over $200,000 a year (the top 2% of wage earners). That sounds a lot like Joan Walsh.
I get the feeling that Joan Walsh doesn't like men in general, and especially white men, and more especially, old white men — and extra especially, angry old white men — people like me.
I wish Bernie Sanders could get Elizabeth Warren on his ticket (I would have voted for HER as president). But I always get the feeling that Joan Walsh thinks that anybody who doesn't like Hillary is a misogynist and/or sexist. That is total B.S.
And Joan Walsh (AGAIN) at the Nation: Bernie Sanders Has an Obama Problem: "He needs to find a way to critique the administration without alienating black voters who are protective of the president."
My Comment: Bernie would have helped the African-American community a lot more than Obama with his economic plans for taxation, Social Security, minimum wage, trade and healthcare. Joan Walsh just wants Hillary to be "The First Woman President" — no matter what.
Please unsubscribe me from the Nation newsletter. I'm sick and tired of hearing Joan Walsh pimp for Hillary Clinton. The stuff she writes is too biased, and belongs on a personal blog like mine.
It's time for a regime change and to put an end to corrupt political dynasties.