A few days after both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders grandstanded about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan during the Democratic presidential debate, the effort to politicize and racialize the scandal has not abated. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder continues to be raked over the coals for the failure of state authorities to act on the information they received about the poisoning of the city’s water supplies. As I noted earlier this week, Clinton and Sanders were hypocrites to demand the Republican governor’s resignation while remaining silent about proof that that the Rahm Emanuel, the Democratic mayor of Chicago, played an active role in a cover-up of evidence of police violence. Yet the liberal mainstream media haven’t stopped at merely treating a Republican scandal as being somehow more worthy of concern that one involving a Democrat. They’ve continued to assert that what happened in Flint was primarily the function of race rather than GOP incompetence.