NYT and The Hill Contributor: ‘Not A Single Good Person’ Voted For Trump

By Gage Cohen | June 19, 2017 | 12:44 PM EDT

(CNSNews.com) -- Patrick S. Tomlinson, a contributor to The New York Times and The Hill, tweeted on Sunday that “not a single good person” voted for President Trump, “not one.”

Tomlinson was responding to a Tweet thread from The Federalist contributor Tom Nichols, in which Nichols said that “there are a lot of good people who were Trump voters. Faced with Clinton, and hopeful that Trump was mostly shtick, they took a risk.”

“There is not a single good person who voted for Trump. Not one,” Tomlinson said in response. 




Tomlinson also responded to a tweet saying “this is why Trump won” with a correction: “ *lost by 2.85 million votes. Was installed via a foreign-led coup.”

“Trump is the result of a coup,” Tomlinson continued. “The law is reacting accordingly with multiple investigations into his campaign, associates, and businesses.”

Tomlinson is an author and self-described comedian. His most recent piece in The New York Times is entitled “Take It From Milwaukee: Beware of Sheriff David Clarke.”

According to The Hill, “Patrick Tomlinson is an author, and regular contributor to The Hill on state, local and national politics. For the last 15 years he has been a health insurance agent focusing on health options for senior citizens.”