The Corner

Will’s Take: Media Will Criticize Conservatives Whether They’re Unified or Divided

​While he playfully conceded it is much more interesting when the Republican party is brawling, George Will said the conservative movement faces a lose-lose situation from the media whether they’re getting along or not.

“If they’re harmonious, the media says, ’stultifying, monochrome, oppressive, no diversity,’” Will said on Fox News Sunday. “Then when they argue with each other, they say, ‘Cry “Havoc!,” and let slip the dogs of war’ — it’s perfect nonsense.”

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