National Review has hired Benny Johnson, the conservative politics editor who BuzzFeed threw under the bus in late July.
Rich Lowry, National Review’s editor-in-chief, believes Johnson has now been punished enough for faithfully following BuzzFeed’s business model. Lowry called Johnson “a talented journalist, with obviously a lot to contribute.” (RELATED: Scandal-Torn Benny Johnson To National Review)
What will National Review look like with Johnson on staff? Well, you’ve got to imagine there will a big increase in the number of listicles — since Johnson without listicles is like cornflakes standing athwart milk, yelling stop.
Here, The Daily Caller confidently predicts a few of the stories likely to crop up soon at the august journal of conservatism in the Benny Johnson Era:
47 Times Obama Was Out On The Golf Course Missing Putts While The World Fell Apart From Lack Of Leadership
290 Glorious Things Ronald Reagan Did In February 1983
419 Ways Jimmy Carter And Barack Obama Are Exactly Alike
61 Times Mega-Wealthy Democrats Killed The Economy With Tax Increases
How The Internet Would Have Reacted To Alger Hiss, That Commie Bastard, Spying For Russia
9 Reactions By William F. Buckley To Listicles Appearing In National Review
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