Wednesday Short Cuts

The lady doth protest too much: "Assault weapons should not be walking the streets of a civilized country." —Sen. Kamala Harris

Political Editors · Apr. 25, 2018

For the record: “Kim’s trial balloon about ‘denuclearizing’ doesn’t mean he’s open to disarming. It’s 30-year-old jargon for getting America to abandon the South Koreans, paving the way for unification on the North’s bloody terms.” —Jonah Goldberg

The lady doth protest too much: “Let’s talk about how the NRA has grabbed people by different parts of their body and caused people to have a lack of courage. Again, another false choice. I’m in favor of the Second Amendment, and I also want smart gun safety laws. Assault weapons should not be walking the streets of a civilized country.” —Sen. Kamala Harris

Braying Jenny: “I get some heat for saying that not everybody has to be [pro-abortion rights]. When the day comes when we can say we don’t want any of our voters to be anti-choice, then I think we’d have a right to say that we don’t want any of our candidates to be anti-choice.” —Nancy Pelosi

Then it must be true! “I’m told that 70 percent of women who have been polled say they want [Trump] impeached.” —Rep. Maxine Waters

The BIG Lie: “This Trump administration has done the worst job of vetting nominees than any administration I can remember.” —Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s excuse for never-ending obstruction

Facepalm: “An article on Sunday about Campbell Brown’s role as Facebook’s head of news partnerships erroneously included a reference to Palestinian actions as an example of the sort of far-right conspiracy stories that have plagued Facebook. In fact, Palestinian officials have acknowledged providing payments to the families of Palestinians killed while carrying out attacks on Israelis or convicted of terrorist acts and imprisoned in Israel; that is not a conspiracy theory.” —New York Times correction

And last… “I’ll be impressed with @kanyewest’s awakening if he starts tweeting about Planned Parenthood’s eradication of black children.” —Matt Walsh

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