The Atlantic is a bastion of the liberal establishment that competes with the New Yorker for insufferably pompous elitism. Yet it puts online crap like this:
The top graphic is from some lame skit on Comedy Central. The bottom is an obvious Photoshop. Atlantic writer Dave Chappelle protects himself from charges of spreading false information by writing,
How much of this illustration, now zooming around the Internet, is actually “true”? I don’t know.
Actually, he did know, unless he is an idiot. Not only is the Photoshop font conspicuously wrong, the Election HQ logo obviously doesn’t fit with an odd number year. But he’s still smarter than anyone who watches Fox News, and so are all his readers, as I’m sure he would be glad to tell you.
On a tip from The MaryHunter.