A master smackdown for Ben Rhodes on Twitter
Ben Rhodes came out with his usual smarm and sanctimony, tweeting something about Republicans not liking voting rights, as if such a thing were the Republican, rather than the Democratic, Party's historic legacy.
It says something about the Republican Party that their electoral strategy depends on intimidating and preventing as many people as possible from voting. https://t.co/G5aFd3IYyR— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) October 21, 2018
The former deputy national security adviser who couldn't get a security clearance without a waiver was, after all, President Obama's "mind meld," and if you've ever wondered why Obama always sounded so smarmy and sanctimonious, well, now you know who was writing his Teleprompter. Naturally, Rhodes went after President Trump for calling for electoral integrity, a big issue for Republicans who have watched Al Franken take a Senate seat after a suspiciously small recount victory and then cast the deciding vote for Obamacare. Funny how he still has his security clearance with that kind of sniping.
All was going well, and Rhodes's Twitter echo chamber was cheering him, giving him 19,440 "likes..."
It says something that Democrats regard "voting" and "voting fraudulently" as indistinguishable. https://t.co/rETVrd8Icz— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) October 21, 2018
Rhodes came out looking like a boob after that, which is what he's been all along.