Rep. Swalwell demonstrates the fine art of Democratic governance – be a media-whoring, passive-aggressive douche-bag at every possible opportunity.
Formerly associated with a particular psychological disorder stemming from years of percieved underappreciation and bitterness. A character flaw brought on by a person’s inability to deal with their own bitterness, anger, or resentment in an assertive manner, thus, becoming a more passive form of hostility. See: petty, little bitch, worthless turd
This entry in urbandictionary is passive-aggressive because it was brought on by a coworker’s passive-aggressive action against myself, and thus, is my form of counter attack. It is unlikely that the passive-aggressive asshat will see this, rendering such an action unassertive on my part, but it is highly probable that this will be seen by some more trustworthy coworkers and they will immediately empathize and agree that my definition (including the synonyms: little bitch and worthless turd) fully apply.
Here’s what the Washington Post writes, “Has the White House press office’s silence become a weapon in its war on the media?” Oh Nooo’s! They won’t talk to me.
Not “the White House declined to comment” or “We’ll get right back to you.” But no response at all when reporters have asked for the White House’s take on developments.
So here’s what I tell ’em. Suck it up Buttercup because I, too, know how it feels to be ignored. I send email after email to the Washington Post asking them for comment on why their Donald Trump coverage is so tainted with liberal bias, and whether it is John Podesta or Robby Mook that is providing them their talking points, but all I hear from them is ‘crickets’.
I’ve also asked them to confirm that Kate Walsh is their insider leaker source. And still more crickets. Why?