The Hill and Glass Houses

Remember earlier this month when President Trump inadvertently congratulated the state of Kansas for the Kansas City Chiefs winning the Super Bowl?  Clearly The Hill wanted you to know about it.

They tweeted the link to this article fifteen times in 24 hours:

And in case you didn’t get the message, they also tweeted a link to this article eleven times in 24 hours:

And, on the outside chance people didn’t notice the other thirty-six tweets, The Hill then tweeted out this article six times:

But they weren’t done. They also tossed this tweet in for good measure.

So, if you hadn’t heard that Trump accidentally referenced the state of Kansas while congratulating the Kansas City Chiefs, you must not follow The Hill on Twitter.

So imagine my surprise when yesterday I saw this tweet from The Hill:

The Hill and Glass Houses


Now, I can understand confusing Kansas City, Missouri with Kansas City, Kansas.  They’re right across the river from each other.

But Salt Lake City, Nevada?

Seems like the odious Rick Wilson was mocking the wrong demographic when he appeared on Don Lemon’s show.

If the Hill can’t tell the difference between Utah and Nevada, perhaps it shouldn’t be so quick to leap on President Trump’s geographical errors.

I think today The Hill should tweet out an article with this headline, “The Hill shares then deletes tweet claiming Salt Lake City is in Nevada.” But not just once. They should tweet it out at least a dozen times.

And while they’re at it, they should add this tweet: “The Hill mocked for Pete Buttigieg tweet confusing Utah for Nevada.” Ten or eleven times should do the trick.

Then they can ask Julia Louis-Dreyfus to comment on how stupid the folks at The Hill are and tweet that out another half dozen times.

Seems only fair.

I guess The Hill never heard the expression “People in glass houses in Salt Lake City, Nevada shouldn’t throw stones.”

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6 thoughts on “The Hill and Glass Houses

  • February 19, 2020 at 10:54 am

    You are right, three or four differently written “Salt Lake NV was our mistake” messages (with apologies to POTUS) about a dozen times each should do it.

    Only, the Dem media would not actual do it. Then, say they certainly did do it. And, claim that their messages must have gotten removed by some sort of unfair “bias filter”


  • February 19, 2020 at 11:07 am

    I live N. of Kansas City MO. There are people in Missouri that don’t know there’s a KC KS or and some Kansas people who don’t know about KC MO. LOL I can’t even begin to imagine who many people get the two mixed up. If I didn’t live in Missouri and have to visit KC for doctor’s appointments all the time (in KC MO and KC KS) I might think the Chiefs were in Kansas too. I’m a Broncos fan so it’s entirely possible since I don’t really follow the Chiefs.

  • February 19, 2020 at 2:27 pm

    Weeelllll… Las Vegas is a very quick 450 miles to SLC, and in a different state (which is touching Nevada), and then there’s a big ass lake that sounds just like Lake Mead… so I can see how they would get confused.

    They’ll get the next caucus right. It’s Grand Rapids, South Carolina, yes?

    Can’t stand the hill. I won’t even capitalize their name.

  • February 19, 2020 at 8:15 pm

    Maybe he was in Las Vegas, NM ?

  • February 19, 2020 at 9:33 pm

    KC, Ks and KC, Mo are separated by a street.

  • February 21, 2020 at 9:18 pm

    But what’s with that? Why can’t Missouri be original and name KC something else (no offense Miss., I like you too, It’s like everyone wants to be a part of Kansas, it must be a great state; look at “Ar-Kansas” for example. I even get confused sometimes about it.

    And I’m sure the Hollywood and leftist elites would never step their Birkenstocks in a place like the mid-west any way so stop with the feigned concern and mocked outrage you limousine leftists. It’s just TDS; get help please Louis Dreyfus.

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