Well, it is The Huffington Post, so what else would anyone expect?
This is a beautiful quote that just sets the tone for the whole article:
Let’s begin the 2016 campaign season by calling Republican politicians by their true name: traitors. Enemies of the United States of America.
That’s clearly not a way to win friends and influence people; but then ultra-lefties don’t care about any of that. What they are concerned about is that in the recent midterm elections, voters overwhelmingly rejected their agenda.
I know there’s going to be some that will attempt to argue that it was a low voter turnout and doesn’t necessarily reflect America as a whole. Well, traditionally, midterm elections have always had a low voter turnout and I would bet that if the results were in your favor, you’d be saying the opposite.
Poll and poll leading up to the elections showed that a majority of Americans, democrat and republican, believed that the country was on the wrong track. By majority? How about 65%?
Here’s the poll roundup from, you guessed it, the Huffington Post. Maybe the writer of the article should have performed a bit of research on his own site before writing his piece.
Calling Republicans traitors? That’s over the top for even the most ardent democrats.