Book Review: Shattering the positive blurbs about Shattered https://t.co/URjbZNq98N— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) April 29, 2017
...I was initially hesitant to purchase Shattered because of the authors’ biographies. Jonathan Allen writes for Politico and Vox, neither site being able to offer much in the way of non-biased coverage when it comes to President Trump. Amie Parne’s credentials include contributing to The Hill, a pro-establishment outlet, and actually being involved in covering Hillary’s campaign.
However, I am totally addicted to news about the shock of Election Night 2016. I will occasionally watch the network coverage for the shear pleasure of seeing the leading pundits have to backtrack on over one-year of fake news and erroneous prognostications.
So, against my gut feeling, I bought the book…and it was every bit of the disappointment I feared it would be.
To begin with, the few times that the authors seem to put any passion in their writing is when they insult Trump. A sample of this needless and unprofessional contempt comes as they write about the aftermath of the debates....
funny: arrival of "Shattered" was supposed to humiliate Clinton campaign. instead journalists on Twitter running for cover re: 2016 coverage— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) April 24, 2017
‘Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign’ co-author @jonallendc: issue w/ #Clinton campaign was that there was no clear message: pic.twitter.com/p4MCev7zjl— Varney & Co. (@Varneyco) April 25, 2017
Hillary's team hatched the fake Russia narrative and the mainstream media obligingly went for it https://t.co/lk7cNEyeeB— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) April 25, 2017
.@BoleynBabe 6. "The Destruction of Hillary Clinton" is an antidote to the shopworn anti-Clinton spin peddled in "Shattered," another book about 2016.— Peter Daou (@peterdaou) April 21, 2017