Village People In the NavyIn not-so-breaking news, the leftosphere has been shopping some of the lamest opposition research in recent history to conservative media.  Get ready for it – it’s on District Attorney George Brauchler, who is a top contender to run against embattled Democratic U.S. Senator Michael Bennet.

Shhh!  Do you hear that sound? It’s the sound of yawns across the state from right-leaning media.

Here’s just one tidbit from the Media Matters “expose'” – as a guest host on KHOW, Brauchler talked about gay people who served in the military, citing some stats. Who cares?  At one point, Brauchler, a member of the U.S. Army Reserve, likely summoned the old Army-Navy rivalry by calling them the light-in-the-loafers service. GASP. Let’s not get too offended here, folks.  There’s a reason that the Village People sang a song called “In the Navy” instead of the “In the Army”. Right?

We jest, but really is this the best the left has? If this is the best they have, Michael Bennet, the partisan lapdog who ran Harry Reid’s attack committee, the rich Wall Street millionaire who fired people and let greedy bankers loot Denver Public Schools’ pension fund, is in big trouble. Huge.

That brings us to the most interesting thing about the left’s endeavor. Isn’t it hilarious that Dem operatives are trying to push this weak content on conservative sites, as if conservatives would turn on a Republican so easily.  As if we don’t know it is them. Like we didn’t read Claire McCaskill’s article on how Democrats play in Republican primaries.
If Democrats want to avoid a catastrophic U.S. Senate loss akin to 2014/Udall, they’re going to have to bring a much better game than military branch rivalries and Village People sentiments. Nice try.