Election season is always fun, because the news commentators go crazy. Last night, during the democratic debate, I turned to twitter for funny commentary on the debate. This has long been how I coped with how ridiculous these debates can be this early in the game. Full disclosure, the people I follow, mostly comedians or comedy writers, are pretty liberal, so my general bias when watching something like a republican debate, is pretty cynical. And of course last night all the commentary was pretty positive, but after a while I found myself wanting counter-arguments. The news sources on my phone are Huff post and CNN, so I chose CNN. It still seemed to say things I liked, so I checked Fox commentators on twitter, which was a terrible choice, because I couldn’t take the opinions I was reading very seriously. I seek out liberal news sources because they align with my bias, and even when I try to be fair and look for another side, I just end up getting upset. Am I a bad consumer of news? Probably. I also rely on John Oliver most of the year, so let’s be real, I’m a pretty typical liberal-millenial consumer of news.