• New York Times TARGETS Marco Rubio’s Wife’s Driving Record

    Journalism in America died when the press went in the tank for Barack Obama. Here’s another example of why these idiots still haven’t learned from their mistakes.

    The New York Times dedicated two reporters to investigate and write a full-length story on . . . wait for it. . . Marco Rubio and his wife’s driving record.

    The hit piece that one would expect to come from a far-left liberal rag (one even less credible and circulated as the Times) says that Rubio was “forced” to take “driving improvement classes.”

    Aside from the fact that this entire article is a complete waste of time and energy, Florida doesn’t “force” people to take voluntary corrective driving courses.

    The piece finds that Rubio, a presidential candidate who expects more scrutiny, actually accumulated four traffic infractions in an 18-year timeframe.

    Big Whoop!

    So to punch up their non-story, the Times dug into Rubio’s wife’s driving record where they found 13 violations in 18 years.


    This is pathetic for too many reasons to name. And it’s also interesting that the New York Times ran this story while they were nowhere to be found when people were wondering if Barack Obama’s driving record was something that should be of note when he was running for president.

    I don’t recall a single New York Times article being published when Hillary Clinton’s Scooby campaign van was clocked at 92 miles per hour about a month ago.

    With this Times article, we have officially entered the silly season of presidential politics.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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