Der SPIEGEL magazine’s new cover shows that the Germans know exactly who President Trump is and what he is doing to the United States of America’s cherished liberty.
Edel Rodriguez’s cover art says it all:
— DER SPIEGEL (@DerSPIEGEL) February 3, 2017
Last week, Rodriguez provided this commentary on Trump, calling Trump’s executive order pen domestic terrorism:
— Edel Rodriguez (@edelstudio) January 30, 2017
As Americans try to recover from their shock due to the relentless assault on freedom, liberty, decency, tradition, separation of powers, and executive branch power – not to mention the stunning stupidity and lack of preparation and knowledge evidenced in the Trump administration – they are not always able to identify the bigger picture as easily.
Indeed, too many in the press are normalizing what’s going on, even as people censure themselves, adjust themselves to living in a country where they don’t always feel safe to travel or speak.
This is not normal. This is not going anywhere good. This is also not a drill.
Ms. Jones is the Editor-in-Chief of PoliticusUSA and a Huffington Post contributor. She has covered President Barack Obama, 2016 Democratic candidate for president Hillary Clinton, VP Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren, First Lady Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Sarah hosts Politicus News and co-hosts Politicus Radio. Her analysis has been featured on several national radio, television news programs and talk shows, and print outlets including regular appearances on The Ann Walker Show With Scott Nevins for UBN Radio and KPTR 1450’s California Woman 411, The Washington Post, The Atlantic Wire, CNN, MSNBC, The Week, The Hollywood Reporter, The Richard Dawkins Foundation and more.
Sarah has won two Telly Awards and is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. She graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in Latin and Psychology, including studying the psychology of organized crime, with graduate studies in the psychology of linguistics and Latin poetry.