New York Times columnist claims Trump election gave her insomnia

September 9, 2019 by Jerry McCormick

The histrionics of liberals never ceases to amaze.

This past Friday, author Michelle Goldberg published an op-ed in The New York Times titled, “Dare We Dream of the End of the GOP?” wherein she claimed she has had insomnia “since the cursed night” that Donald Trump won the presidential election.

Shamefully Biased

In her article, Goldberg references a new book by Stanley Greenberg in which the author predicts there will be a second blue wave in 2020 that will engulf the supposed blue wave of 2018. He believes it will “shatter the Republican Party” and change the face of the political world forever.

Even so, Goldberg stated that the confidence exuded in that book will not end her “insomnia” until his predictions actually come true.

Spewing Hatred

The irony of this all is that Democrats continue to preach “love” out of one side of their mouth while spewing blistering hatred out of the other.

Then, they have the audacity to accuse the Trump base of the being the ones creating the division that is boiling over in this country right now.

Goldberg is well known for venting on Twitter about Trump and his supporters. Just a few days ago, after a story in The Atlantic was published about the boycotting of exercise company Soul Cycle, she tweeted:

As her column winds down, Goldberg stated, “Trump hatred is a much more potent force in this country than Trump love.” She is clearly referring to the hatred liberals have for the President.

She completely ignores, however, the invigoration of previously disenfranchised voters and the fact the Democrat party largely shuns this demographic.

These are the exact people who put Trump in the White House in 2016 and are even more enthusiastic about voting him back into office.

Goldberg better stock up on sleeping pills now, because she very well may be in for several more years of sleepless nights.

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