New York Times Calls Violence And Unrest A Figment Of Republican's Imaginations


New York Times columnist PaulKrugman criticized Republicans on Twitter for "only" being concerned about illegal immigration and the deficit in comparison to Democrats, who according to a study are greatly concerned about gun violence, racism, the coronavirus, climate change, affordable healthcare, and economic inequality.

Krugman then actually had the nerve to say that the violence that has rampaged cities over the past year was just a figment of Republicans' imaginations. 

"You might think that it would be hard to obsess over the deficit when it was actually Trump who blew the deficit up, to zero complaints from his party," Krugman tweeted. "But that would be assuming that R voters know about that, or would even be willing to hear it."

"In reality, given that GOP supporters believe that rampaging mobs burned and looted major cities — somehow without the people actually living in those cities noticing — getting them to see facts about something as abstract as the deficit is a hopeless cause," Krugman added.

 

In a separate Twitter thread, Krugman argued that the "reality" of Black Lives Matter protests last summer was that they were "overwhelmingly peaceful."

"The idea that our big cities were under threat is pure malevolent fantasy; BLM may have been the best-behaved protest movement in history," the columnist tweeted.

Krugman, however, failed to mention the 18 deaths and nearly $2 billion in property damage in cities across the United States that resulted from the violence.

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