It's getting harder to tell reliable news from political opinion.
Yesterday I saw a headline to the effect of "Melania may not move to D.C. at all". Today on Drudge, there's this: "UPDATE: Melania plans move to DC this summer..." But it's CNN, so who knows.
So what are we to make of that? Meh, whatever. Time will tell, and then we'll all know.
The riot (and there's no other word for it) at Berkeley last night was completely out of control. That, despite continued declarations that "there is a police presence". There were none visible on the endless tape loop showing on Fox, at the time, but I wasn't there.
The Left, the Progressives, and the various media (but I repeat myself) still haven't wrapped their heads around President Trump's election. It's fun to watch them stumbling and bumbling their way through ... well, whatever it is that's taken the place where newscasts used to be. "Agitprop" is probably a good word for it.
But the Dimocrits on Capitol Hill are another matter. It's embarrassing to anyone who loves the United States of America to see things like Chuck Schumer beclowning himself on camera. I mean, there's a reason why his opponents have called him "Chuck the Schmuck" for years, but ... tears? Really?
He didn't cry when almost 3,000 died on 9/11. He didn't cry in 2011 when Obama banned travelers from the same Middle East countries for six months. He didn't cry in 2015 when Obama signed the law mentioning those seven countries again, as sources of terrorism. But now?
Obviously, the only thing different this time is the nominally-Republican President. And come to think of it, "Chuckie the Clown" has a nice ring to it ...
It's highly entertaining. And I tell you this: if you thought January was fun, wait for the rest of this month to unfold. The winds of change are accelerating, and most are going to have trouble keeping up.
Pass the popcorn. :^)