A tweet from the New York Times Wednesday posed a serious question following President Trump’s Tuesday night rally in Phoenix: How long before someone is hurt, or worse?
Trump’s speech in Phoenix raises a question spawned by his rallies: How long before someone is hurt, or worse? https://t.co/75ClDG4Dgj
— NYT Business (@nytimesbusiness) August 24, 2017
Of course, the piece to which the tweet links is focused on Trump’s contentious relationship with the press, and the true question is, how long before a journalist is hurt, or worse? Those within the media bubble really can’t see outside of it, can they? Some quick searches of the piece for the obvious keywords — Alexandria, Steve Scalise, shooting, James Hodgkinson, baseball team — turn up nothing.
Um, a GOP congressman was shot. By a Bernie supporter. 😐
— Steve Kirby (@Skinny_Steve_A1) August 24, 2017
Someone already shot Steve Scalise. It wasn't inspired by Trump. Shooter was a Bernie Bro. https://t.co/bPzRNbYY0w
— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) August 24, 2017