You may have heard that Secretary of State Scott Gessler said last week, in a speech to fellow conservatives, that the "left" doesn't care about voter fraud. But he also said, during the question and answer portion of his presentation, that he likes to "tease" that The Denver Post is the embodiment of the "liberal mainstream media."
Gessler: I always teasingly say that if I wanted to call central casting for a movie to get the mainstream media, the liberal mainstream media, they would send me the Denver Post editorial board.
That's Gessler's idea of teasing? I've heard him say this before, and it didn't sound like he was teasing then, but even if he is teasing, you wonder if arch conservative columnist Vincenet Carroll, who sits on the editorial board with radical lefty Post founder Dean Singleton, is amused.
I doubt it.
And they're definitely not amused about Gessler's serious comments.
Articulating what most reasonable people were thinking about Gessler's attack on the integrity of everyone on the left, The Post called his comments "troublesome this close to an election."
Denver Post: Republican Secretary of State Scott Gessler's partisanship is ill-advised in general, but it's particularly troublesome this close to an election.
On the substance of election fraud, The Post stated that what Gessler" has previously called the 'widespread fraud' of non-citizens voting was not even a rounding error."
From the perspective of someone on the left, who Gessler thinks "is more than willing to lie" to win elections, and who, in actuality, would do just about anything to stop voter fraud no matter who's doing it, I would have liked the Post to have hit Gessler even harder, with an editorial saying that he owes fellow citizens like me and the state an apology and, sorry to say, that he should step down before the election.
But why would Gessler's embodiment of the liberal mainstream media agree with a liberal like me?