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Ana Kasparian is Worried About the Size of Government Under Trump
Being a reader of the site, you likely know all about the far-left Young Turks, with Cenk Uygur spewing communist claptrap in between shots of bacon grease. You're probably also familiar with his F-word-loving sidekick Ana Kasparian.
Well, socialist Ana gave an interview recently where she made clear her concerns about the size of government under the Donald. Yeah, for realsies:
Ana Kasparian: "I do worry about the government taking on too much power under the Trump Administration."… https://t.co/LRGwoXA5xI— The Hill (@The Hill) 1546084860.0
Interviewer: What, in this incredibly interesting time, are you the most concerned about now.
Kasparian: It might sound a little ridiculous, but I do worry about the government taking on too much power under the Trump administration... I'm seeing too much power being concentrated at the Executive Branch.
Yes, this is the same Ana Kasparian who squeals about the need for the state to take complete control over our lives. Now, she's worrying about government overreach.
It's funny how lefties are so selectively concerned about the size of government. When the guy in office has a "D" after his name, he's free to do as he pleases. Shift the balance of power in his favor. Bloat the government to the size of Michael Moore's planetary paunch. When he has an "R" after his name, suddenly the scope of government matters.
If the Donald is wielding his power "irresponsibly," the left only has themselves to blame. It wouldn't be a problem if they hadn't given the president so much power in the first place.
This is the hypocrisy of the left. When something works in their favor, they're all on board. When the other side is in power, suddenly the things they love don't fly anymore. Mayhaps they should pick a narrative and stick with it. Then again, that might be asking too much, as it would require them to have principles.
Speaking of Ana: