Politics

Withdrawing from Outrage

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We’re back to focusing on what doesn’t matter with the President (tan suit, anyone?). The faux outrage over Biden’s watch or his bike is annoying but in a small way also kind of a relief.

Given a choice, I’d much rather be debating the security levels of a Peleton than watching a sitting president try to overthrow our entire democracy.

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