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Jennifer Rubin Tag


Last week the Supreme Court heard oral argument in President Trump's bid to quash subpoenas served upon his accountants by House committees and the Manhattan D.A. Convention wisdom says that he will lose. Lucky for him, he is faced with so much litigation that there is a case he is very likely to win, and that case is poised to reach SCOTUS before the 2020 election.

Severe TDS-sufferer Jennifer Rubin tried to argue that President Donald Trump's inaction on the Wuhan coronavirus led to the death of thousands of Americans and basically destroyed the country. Thankfully, Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) came in with a cool head and tweeted out the much-needed facts when it comes to Trump's response to the Wuhan coronavirus.

Jennifer Rubin is the Washington Post's "right" columnist, though many people would dispute that designation. Rubin has made no secret of her Trump hatred, which came through today on MSNBC. Rubin branded several of Trump's cabinet and high level nominees "ignoramuses."
"I wish I could say that Ben Carson is the only person who doesn't have experience in his area. You mentioned Tillerson. We also have Terry Branstad, who is the ambassador to China. He's been the Governor of Iowa! And I like her, I think she's smart, Nikki Haley, terrific person, but she's going to the UN. But does she have any foreign-policy experience? So I think what we have are ignoramuses, billionaires, and a few generals."

What an ironic statement from Jennifer Rubin (emphasis mine): It is awfully tempting for pundits to use people and personal conflicts as stick figures in a polemic play reaffirming one’s preexisting impressions and biases. That’s certainly been the case in the Richard Grenell case...

Jennifer Rubin, the "right" blogger at The Washington Post, gained fame throughout the primaries by obsessively skewering each not-Romney who rose in the polls, even not-Romneys like Rick Santorum she had praised when convenient to use against another not-Romney. Because of her platform at WaPo and her...

I knew I shouldn't have looked back. I have not read Jennifer Rubin in weeks. She has become so odious in her Romneyquest that reading her posts is like sipping poison; it doesn't kill you but it makes you nauseated. Every time I read one of her insulting...

Being the mainstream media means making birth control an election issue, then wondering aloud why birth control is an election issue. Disingenuous Tweet of the Day: The tweet links to an article titled Birth control as election issue? Why? The issue of birth control has suddenly become an obsession...

Jennifer Rubin, the "right" blogger at The Washington Post and incessant Romney promoter, repeatedly has lashed out at Newt Gingrich with truly vile language unbecoming a writer at a major newspaper. At 9:00 a.m. this morning, when Rubin thought Donald Trump would be endorsing Newt, here is what Rubin...

It's really no surprise. As Mitt Romney has faltered from inevitability to modest favorite, a chorus of pro-Romney voices in the media and Republican Party is insisting that if Newt is the nominee, we not only lose the presidency we also lose the House and...

Alternative headline: Dear Iowa: You are being played like a fiddle. I hate to admit it, but there is a large amount of truth in this analysis by Roger Simon of Politico, Mitt don't need no surges: If Mitt Romney wins the Iowa caucuses, the race for...

Jennifer Rubin at The Washington Post has a post today in which she contrasts Mitt Romney's non-pandering to the Jewish community with Newt Gingrich's supposed pandering. She highlights Jonathan Pollard, an American convicted of spying for Israel, and whether he should be granted clemency.  She quotes...

I have linked to posts by Caroline Glick since the early days of this blog.  Glick is one of the clearest voices on the dangers to Israel and the highly negative effects of Obama administration policy. Glick has weighed in on Newt's comments about the Palestinians...

Q.  Who was the last person to actually cut government? As pointed out at C4P: Rush is correct. Newt was indeed the last person to substantially cut Government and execute reform. However; what folks seem to confuse that with is the idea that Newt actually “cut” budgets. That...