On September 15, The New York Times ran a long Sunday Review article by its reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly promoting their new book “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation.” The book could be titled “Bitter Tears for Leftists.” You knew it was going to happen. Just as they cannot concede that Trump won the presidency, so too Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court is something that liberals refuse to accept. 

All Monday morning, CNN spent their time blaming President Trump for the horrific synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh by an avowed anti-Semite over the weekend. CNN’s John Berman tried to get just about every guest on CNN’s three hour morning show New Day, to denounce Trump as inspiring a murderer, but former Democrat vice presidential nominee Joe Lieberman wasn’t buying Berman’s spin.

The front of Sunday’s New York Times featured political reporter Jonathan Martin’s tribute to the ailing Sen. John McCain: “At Home, McCain Shares Memories and Regrets.” It has some charming moments, but comes off hypocritical, given the paper’s back and forth feelings for McCain, praising him when he was a threat to more conservative Republicans during the 2008 party primaries, condemning him when he threatened the saintly Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential election campaign. It also used the veteran moderate Republican as a convenient, pointed rebuttal to President Trump.

Your humble correspondent has a lot of respect for Joe Lieberman so I am giving him the benefit of the doubt that he knew nothing about the background of the incredibly lame 'No Labels' mascot at the "Problem Solver Convention" which has attracted a number of major presidential candidates. If it were just a matter of the mascot being over the top lame, it would be merely funny. However, the idiot mascot, Zach Fox, also has a background as a failed comedian making racist cracks and humiliating women with very crude sexual remarks as you can see in this video which manages to insult many races and religions that he proudly posted himself

First a little background on Lieberman and the No Labels convention which is now marred by the idiotic mascot who hopefully inserted himself into the proceedings rather than being chosen for the task by that group:

There was a farewell dinner for retiring Senator Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.) Thursday night, and those in attendance were treated to some vulgar jokes as fellow Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) roasted his dear friend.