(This post already appeared on The Book of Face and, because I have been beaten down and crushed and otherwise rendered unresponsive while trying to control my various relationships between this site and that one, not to mention Twitter Tweeting, it likely is doing so a second or, in the later case, third time. Apologies all around.)
Hillary Clinton brazenly takes on voter suppression and names names of GOP wannabe governors who embrace same. “Liberal” press goes into shock trying to figure out how to turn it into “both sides do it” meme . NY Times calls meeting of the in-house unit on that approach headed by David Brooks, with special contributions by Thomas L. Friedman ( Maureen Dowd cannot attend because she has the vapors). WashPo’s Jennifer Rubin breaks down completely but no one notices for a long time because, who can tell?
Meanwhile, on the less “Liberal” press front (special points if you can tell the difference), Fox News arranges massive interview with every governor they say was falsely accused, appointing Megan Kelly the “hard question” interviewer to high fives all round. Sarah Palin posted a 37 minute video saying all GOP governors should resign in protest because why not, it worked for her. 14 crazy members of the House you have never heard of announce their candidacies for GOP presidential nomination and Koch brothers & Sheldon Edelson each say they will support some or all of them with millions, then get into screaming argument about who has to fund Lindsay Graham and Ben Johnson.
I cannot swear that all these things happened but I would definitely not swear that they did not happen.