The tipping point might have been the Saturday Afternoon Massacre. That was when U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara, was fired by the Trump Administration.
So Drudge has shifted to- yawn - weather.
An amateur-hour snow storm is heading to the Midwest. In Chicago it will drop only about three to six inches of the white powder.
We in eastern Ohio will probably receive about the same amount. So? The grocery stores haven't been packed with wild-eyed shoppers in high angst. No, it doesn't seem like they will starve behind a front door blocked shut with snow.
When it heads to the D.C. and New York area it doesn't seem serious enough for employers to shut down. The forecast is about for a foot or more. The upper limit is about 18 inches. So those with a drinking problem would be wise not to bet on a snow day and become drunk. Here are the details from the media.
It's a sad time in a nation when it has to find safe harbor from politics in a snow event which hardly qualifies as a storm.
During the first Polar Vortex (2014), which shut down highways throughout Connecticut, daily there could be up to three feet of new snow. The cold reconfigured that into ice. Careless plowers added more snow. If you were eventually able to unlock the car and have a kid charge top dollar to dig you out, you couldn't find a parking space at the big boxes.
But even then the weather was not the story. The economy was. Few had jobs. So, who cared about how awful the commute would be.
Mr. Drudge, this doesn't seem like it will be a Polar Vortex.
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