Simply because they’re liberals, Joe
(Daily Caller) On his Monday broadcast, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host attempted to understand a phenomenon that not only plagues his network’s primetime lineup, but apparently his Twitter account as well: Why are liberals “angry” after winning the White House again and holding on to control of the U.S. Senate?
Scarborough explained his difficulty with this question, after he was apparently exposed to it over the weekend on Twitter, where he said he was going to talk about football.
“People are crazy,” Scarborough said. “I went on the Twitter this weekend. I did. And this is what I don’t understand. John Heilemann, I’ve got the Google, too, on the Internet. I went on the Twitter just to talk football. Man that machine — can I just tell you? This is what I don’t get. Maybe you can help me because you hang out with these people while you’re in the opium dens across the greater Manhattan area. Why are liberals still so angry on the Twitter?”
Why, Joe? Because that’s who they are. Let’s make one distinction, though: these are Progressives, the far left extremists. And this goes back a long, long time, but really started to ramp up in the 1990’s with the expansion and availability of the Internet. Then along came he Clinton impeachment issue, and they went truly nuts. They were miserable people throughout the Bush years, and became more miserable when the Democrats took back the House and Senate in 2006. Things didn’t get better when Obama won in 2008, because they wanted more and more and more. Nor did it get better this past November 6.
I’ve always said that Progressives would be mad that someone gave them a cute ‘n fuzzy puppy, because such cuteness is rage inducing, and they will find a way to turn it into a negative, like point out that puppies poop and chew on things, and, oh, yeah, they are supposedly bad for “sustainability” and cause Gaia to have a fever through globull warming. These are people who get mad because something made them happy. Take one to the beach and they’d bitch about the hot sand, the consistency of sun block, the bird calls disturbing them, the water being wet and salty, will whine about the price of parking non-stop, and wonder when everyone can leave.
These are people who look at the glass as empty. And they expect Someone Else to fill out. There is no deep explanation for it, since, as Dennis Green said “they are who we thought were.” Simply miserable people.
BTW, Joe? It’s simply “Twitter”, not “the Twitter”.