I listened to that interview. Blunt was working as hard as he could to say absolutely nothing. Of course his interlocutor was Andrea Mitchell, so he succeeded admirably.
Roy Blunt on if it's a good idea for Trump to run again if he can't accept elections: "There are constitutional provisions about being a candidate, and having opinions that other people may not agree with is not one of those provisions. He can be a candidate if he wants to be." pic.twitter.com/UEagf8kTyP— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 24, 2021
"Mostly used by non-white people, donchaknow."
Sen. Bill Hagerty repeatedly refers to the social safety net as "government dependency programs" pic.twitter.com/VBj8XZZY0E— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 24, 2021
"Take the political speaking points and toss them for now. I'm begging you ... think of others around you" -- Cavuto to anti-vaxxers pic.twitter.com/qnlthQEtRA— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 24, 2021
And I haven't seen the screen version. But Lady Jessica is "directed" by the Bene Gesserit to have a daughter, instead of Paul, her son. It's a major plot point for the first half of the novel, and turns into plot point again when she is pregnant with the late Duke's daughter, only to expose her daughter in utero to the spice. Do they leave that out? Revise it? Ignore it?
June 1954 - Jack Albertson lamented the loss of blackface and felt minority groups were making "life rough for the comedian." pic.twitter.com/nPgm7DLivd— Kliph Nesteroff (@ClassicShowbiz) October 24, 2021