They still don’t get middle America … President Donald Trump gave a rambling 40-minute speech at the Boy Scouts of America National Jamboree. The scouts assembled ate it up, laughing, cheering, and most of all being in on the jokes. The media and Left have gone apoplectic. Here is an article from New York magazine outlining the “14 Most Inappropriate Moments From Trump’s Speech at the Boy Scout Jamboree.” I almost stopped reading at the point where it attacks Trump for saying Obama never attended a jamboree, because, well, Obama sent a video.
Hitler Youth rally … That didn’t take long. Just to see if it popped up, I searched “Hitler Youth” in Twitter this morning. Lo and behold, it did. Here’s an article by Newsweek, published at Yahoo, headlined “Trump Boy Scout Speech is Nazi Hitler Youth Rally, Left says.” Bonus leftist street cred to Yahoo for finding the picture of Trump with his arm extended, waving; that’s a swell touch.
It’s all related … Sometimes you should really get a human to look at the search results your algorithm is putting together. So that when you search for “Hitler Youth” on Twitter, you don’t get the “Boy Scouts of America” account popping up as “related people.” No, really, that’s happening, right now.
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RIP, MS Paint … Over at Mashable, a holier-than-thou elite has taken to attacking anyone who complained about Microsoft’s announcement that the life span of the beloved yet oft-ridiculed MS Paint is short. The writer, no doubt an Apple cultist with Adobe Creative Suite, says that folks don’t use Paint and you shouldn’t be mad about it. What got a lot of folks talking was the title Mashable’s social team used: “Stop whining – you haven’t used Microsoft Paint in years.” The comments were savage. Elites don’t just hate your politics; they hate the way you use a computer …
Snopes on the ropes … The much maligned website that started out as a way to see if you really did have a rich Nigerian prince as an uncle, but morphed into a biased political “fact”-checking site, is asking for money. They have set a $500,000 goal to keep the lights on and have raised over $300k so far. Will they make it through? Will it matter?
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Robert Eno is the director of research for Conservative Review. He is a conservative from deep blue Massachusetts but now lives in Greenville, SC. If you see something you’d like him to cover, tweet him @robeno.