ESQUIRE MAGAZINE BY Charles P. Pierce I think it's time for someone to hire a deprogrammer for Sean Spicer. I don't think the cult he joined is very good for him. Over the weekend, of course, he pretty much melted down over the issue of how many people didn't show up for the inauguration of the president*. Then, on Monday, he held a briefing that looked far less like someone having a nervous breakdown and was praised fulsomely by some Washington journalists who must never be allowed to go out in public carrying their own money ever again. Spicer was back behind the big podium again on Tuesday, and he was asked about the craven lie that his boss is spreading READ THE WHOLE STORY . . .