Monday, October 7, 2019

Wash Post writer cites RoJo's exceptional 'bootlicking cowardice'

And it isn't just home state opinion writers who have teed off on Johnson's cult-like fealty before Trump.

The Washington Post's Pulitzer Prize winner Eugene Robinson gave the occupant of our wasted Wisconsin Senior Senate seat this special treatment in the Washington Post Monday. I hope it sticks. 
The GOP’s bootlicking cowardice knows no bounds
The bootlicking cowardice of today’s Republican Party knows no bounds.
Perhaps none has embarrassed himself more than Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), who had a rough time Sunday on “Meet the Press.” 
Robinson opines that Johnson beat out some strong competition.
Runner-up for some sort of Profiles in Spinelessness award is Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who said that when Trump stood on the White House lawn and called on the despotic Chinese government, with its kangaroo-court justice system, to investigate a former U.S vice president and his family, he was just kidding around to get a rise out of the media. 
The Bootlicker?

I like it. 

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