The liberal media has decided that they have to somehow politicize everything that happens, ever. The Boston Globe has even tried to tie the path of the upcoming solar eclipse to Trump voters. They’re getting slammed for it, too.
The Washington Times reports:
Boston Globe mocked for tying solar eclipse to Trump voters
A Boston Globe article attempting to make a connection between the solar eclipse and President Trump supporters is being widely mocked on social media.
The article by Globe reporter Matt Rocheleau, titled “The solar eclipse path will overwhelmingly pass over Trump Country,” starts off by asking the question, “Is the eclipse throwing shade at Clinton supporters?”
— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) August 1, 2017
The piece goes on to explain that while the solar eclipse will be visible across the U.S., the “path of ideal viewing spots” for the total eclipse cuts “overwhelmingly through places that voted for President Trump in November.”
Check out some of the Twitter reactions to the Globe’s story, via Twitchy:
It’s 2017 and this is now the sort of MSM-approved take we are given about a SOLAR ECLIPSE. https://t.co/a7nUJdQkb4
— Jeff B/DDHQ (@EsotericCD) August 1, 2017
Most of the territory in the entire country voted for Trump. https://t.co/owVhcbg4iB
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) August 1, 2017
Well, when the majority of the map is red it is bound to happen. pic.twitter.com/Q9bFv63Waa
— Aaron Mathis (@aaronlmathis) August 1, 2017
— LB (@beyondreasdoubt) August 1, 2017
Why does everything come back to politics? Can’t we just watch gosh darn eclipse without it having something to do w/ how people voted? https://t.co/3pwqpXsDD6
— SalenaZito (@SalenaZito) August 1, 2017
In other news, “Moon doesn’t consider political leanings when throwing shade across the nation”
What a dumb article
— Ben Doherty (@bend_oh) August 1, 2017
Don’t the “reporters” at the Boston Globe have anything better to do?