Ever wonder which leftist mouthpiece is more ridiculous, has the least credibility, is the most mentally unstable? Of course, every actual American has.
Now we have a handy dandy way to quantify it as a former McConnell honcho, and thus proper Republican, who goes by the Twitter handle “Comfortably Smug” (not only a moniker but a way of life, as practiced by this analyst since the age of ten), has made NCAA March Madness brackets out of the worst abusers of logic and reason on the left wing press side of the house.
FNC: “One of Twitter’s most highly-anticipated events of the year is underway as some of the biggest media stars compete for the title of greatest ‘hack.”
I've given it some thought
I am going to hold the First Annual Smug Industries Liberal Hack Tournament
It will be a March Madness style bracket where I post matchups and everyone votes in the polls
In the end, there will be only one Top Liberal Hack on Twitter
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) January 17, 2020
“The ‘Ruthless’ podcast announced on a special Sunday “progrum” the competitors in the second annual ‘Liberal Hack Tournament,’ an NCAA-style contest pitting members of the mainstream media against each other in the ultimate fight to become the supreme hack. CNN’s leftwing media guru Brian Stelter, who last year became the first-ever ‘Liberal Hack Tournament’ champion, is back to defend his title as the No. 1 seed but has switched divisions from the ‘Way-Too-Online’ hacks to the ‘Fake News’ hacks out of Atlanta. Replacing Stelter as the No. 1 seed in the ‘Way-Too-Online’ division out of Brooklyn is a fresh up-and-comer, New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz, who wasn’t even eligible to compete in last year’s contest. Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin, who was defeated by Stelter in the ‘Liberal Hack’ championship, is the No. 1 seed in the ‘Liberal Activists’ division out of Seattle. And former ABC News political commentator Matthew Dowd is the No. 1 seed among the ‘Establishment’ hacks in Georgetown.”
‘CNN leads the tournament with a whopping 17 competitors, more than enough to fill an entire division. Among its talent competing this year include anchors Jake Tapper, Chris Cuomo, Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon, correspondents Jim Acosta and John Harwood, commentators April Ryan and Ana Navarro, liberal fact-checker Daniel Dale, and even the network’s chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin, who’s been benched ever since his Zoom masturbation scandal last fall, is hoping to make a valiant comeback.”
This publication has been given an early view of the new brackets and we’ve got to say, Jeffrey Toobin, given the self pleasure incident, has got to be an early favorite. Brian Stelter recently tried to play in Toobin’s ballpark by doing a show without pants, for real, but it was a weak gesture compared to the stroke of Zoom genius exhibited by Toobin.
The usual heavy hitters such as CNN, MSNBC, the Times and the Post are in the lineup. But don’t count out dark horses like podcasts and regular Sunday talk show attendees. In fact, Biden suck ups, Cuomo apologists, and out and out communist agitators have made quite a mark in those mediums this last year and have moved up from farm teams into the bright shiny world of leftist psychiatric maladjustment.