Those warnings about monster storms don't work as well as they once had. Enough folks have gone to college to figure out the weather-prediction industry is essentially science fiction.
Despite all the dire warnings about life-threatening Stella, the grocery stores weren't jam-packed with the wild-eyed stripping shelves of bread and milk. The problem drinkers in the complex didn't slide into their bottles, anticipating a snow day. Aging residents didn't complain about increased joint pain.
So, we have to wonder why Drudge headlines with the snow bust. It was the monster which didn't take over earth.
Here is the media coverage it links to.
Could it be a slow day in Trump World? No big bangs after the Saturday Afternoon Massacre (i.e. The Donald giving The Preet the boot)?
Or perhaps Drudge wants to create the illusion that the dynamics of the Trump Administration have settled down. It is just government at the highest level as usual.
We know of three media geniuses: Roger Ailes, Donald Trump and Matt Drudge. When the latter does the weather, we better read between the lines.
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