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When is a Mob not a Mob? – When Democrats Realize Their “Mob” is Destroying Their Mid-term Hopes…
Posted on October 11, 2018by sundance

The Democrat party intentionally made a choice to embrace socialism and far-left Marxist ideology in an effort to fuel their political goals. Tom Perez, current head of the DNC, has a life of activism and assembly for just these purposes. However, the predictable risk and consequence of that decision is really simple; a loss of control over the mob.

With four weeks left before the mid-term elections, the modern democrat mob is now so highly visible, and so filled with toxic/violence and rage, it has become a liability….

The only thing the media can do to assist their party is to downplay the mob and pretend it doesn’t exist; that’s the currently urgent narrative.

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The far-left is really the authentic democrat base under various names. Before there were Democrat Socialists it was the Antifa mob, Revolution Communism (RevCom), the Black lives Matter mob, the Dream Defenders mob, the Occupy Wall Street mob, Anarchists, the Weather Underground, the KKK, etc. ….it is all the same political leadership.




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This is why the prog/comm/soc's want to take away our 2nd amendment rights, they want to intimidate & run rough shod over anyone who doesn't bow to them without any resistance.
 

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That is beautiful! What the article fails to mention though is that the people President Trump is pushing over the edge are the 20% that already is/has been batshit crazy, already on mental drugs and were already in therapy.

They were already nuts, now they're more nuts? Okee dokeee!


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Trump May Not Be Crazy, But the Rest of Us Are Getting There Fast
Psychologists’ couches are filling up as Americans seek relief from Trump Anxiety Disorder.


By JOHN F. HARRIS and SARAH ZIMMERMAN


October 12, 201

CNN before love-making is not his idea of a turn-on.

But she can hardly turn it off—engrossed as she is in the latest unnerving gyrations of Washington.


Who else to blame but Donald Trump? A president who excites hot feelings in many quarters has cooled them considerably in the bedroom of a Philadelphia couple, who sought counseling in part because the agitated state of American politics was causing strain in their marriage.

The couple’s story was relayed to POLITICO by their therapist on condition of anonymity. But their travails, according to national surveys and interviews with mental health professionals, are not as anomalous as one might suppose. Even when symptoms are not sexual in nature, there is abundant evidence that Trump and his daily uproars are galloping into the inner life of millions of Americans.

During normal times, therapists say, their sessions deal with familiar themes: relationships, self-esteem, everyday coping. Current events don’t usually invade. But numerous counselors said Trump and his convulsive effect on America’s national conversation is giving politics a prominence on the psychologist’s couch not seen since the months after 9/11—another moment in which events were frightening in a way that had widespread emotional consequences.

Empirical data bolsters the anecdotal reports from practitioners. The American Psychiatric Association in a May survey found that 39 percent of people said their anxiety level had risen over the previous year—and 56 percent were either “extremely anxious” or “somewhat anxious about “the impact of politics on daily life.” A 2017 study found two-thirds of Americans’ see the nation’s future as a “very or somewhat significant source of stress.”

These findings suggest the political-media community has things backwards when it comes to Trump and mental health.

For two years or more, commentators have been cross-referencing observations of presidential behavior with the official APA Diagnostic and Statistical Manual’s definition of narcissistic personality disorder. Journalists have compared contemporary video of Trump with interviews from the 1980s for signs of possible cognitive decline. And even some people on his own team, according to books and news reports, have been reading up on the process of presidential removal under the 25thAmendment of the Constitution—fueled by suspicions that the president’s allegedly erratic and undeniably precedent-shattering approach to the Oval Office may prove eventually to be a case of non compos mentis.

A more plausible interpretation, in the view of some psychological experts, is that Trump has been cultivating, adapting and prospering from his distinctive brand of provocation, brinkmanship, and self-drama for the past 72 years. What we’re seeing is merely the president’s own definition of normal. It is only the audience who finds the performance disorienting.


Trump gestures during the Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas on December 15, 2015. | AFP PHOTO/ ROBYN BECK / AFP / ROBYN BECK
In other words: He’s not crazy, but the rest of us are getting there fast.

Jennifer Panning, a psychologist from Evanston, Illinois, calls the phenomenon “Trump Anxiety Disorder.” She wrote a chapter on it in a collection by mental health experts called “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump.” In an interview, she said the disorder is marked by such symptoms as “increased worry, obsessive thought patterns, muscle tension and obsessive preoccupation with the news.”

A study from the market research firm Galileo also found that, in the first 100 days after Trump’s election, 40 percent of people said they “can no longer have open and honest conversations with some friends or family members.” Nearly a quarter of respondents said their political views have hurt their personal relationships.

This goes beyond office arguments or the Thanksgiving gathering in which some cousin or in-law drinks too much and someone storms out after the diner-table conversation turns to politics. Even the closest daily relationships can suffer.

The Philadelphia couple who found Trump had a detumescent effect on their love life weren’t arguing about the president, said their therapist, Cynthia Baum-Baicker. They were just coping with shared distress in different ways. Information for many people reduces anxiety, and so TV news was a kind of psychic tether for the wife.

“I remember the husband basically said, ‘If you ever want to be intimate again, you’ll turn the TV off in the bedroom. I can’t have that man present and listen to him and feel any sense of arousal,’” said Baum-Baicker.

Some of the explanation for Trump’s effect lies not just in psychology but in political theory. In countries like the United Kingdom the head of state (the queen) and the head of government (the prime minister) are separate roles. In the United States they are one. In an era of media saturation presidents tend to be omnipresent figures. And even polarizing figures like Bill Clinton after the Oklahoma City bombing or George W. Bush after 9/11 served as national consolers—suggesting how people subconsciously assign an almost parental role to the presidency.

Trump’s relentless self-aggrandizement, under this interpretation, makes him less a national father than adolescent at large.

“Authority figures represent the parent, [so] President Trump seats in the seat of parent for all Americans,” said Baum-Baicker. “So now, my ‘father figure’ is a bully, is an authoritarian who doesn’t believe in studying and doing homework. ... [Rather than reassurance] he creates uncertainty.”

Even Trump supporters are not insulated from this modern age of anxiety.

Elisabeth Joy LaMotte, who practices psychotherapy in the nation’s capital, said she “doesn’t view it as a party-specific thing.”

“Conservatives are hurting, too,” she said. “I view this anxiety as collective in a very strong sense. They’re hurting in part because they feel they don’t have permission to share their real views, or they feel conflicted because they agree with things that the president is doing but they’re uncomfortable with his language and tactics.... And they feel alienated and isolated from friends and family who differ from their views, as if there’s not permission to view it in a different way in D.C.”

Nearly every interview with psychologists returned to the theme of “gaslighting”—the ability of manipulative people to make those around them question their mental grip.

Trump daily goes to war on behalf of his own factual universe, with what conservative commentator George F. Will this week called “breezy indifference to reality.”

Examples include false boasts on the size of his inauguration crowd; his denunciation of unfavorable stories as “fake news”; the assertion that an investigation into his campaign which has already produced multiple criminal convictions is “a hoax.” Some people can’t just roll their eyes at obvious bullshit—they experience an assault on truth at a more profound psychic level.

“Gaslighting is essentially a tactic used by abusive personalities to make the abused person feel as though they’re not experiencing reality, or that it’s made up or false,” said Dominic Sisti, a behavioral health care expert at the University of Pennsylvania who penned an article with Baum-Baicker on Trump’s effect on stress. “The only reality one can trust is one that is defined by the abuser. Trump does this on a daily basis—he lies, uses ambiguities, demonizes the press. It’s a macroscopic version of an abusive relationship.”

When people are frightened by erratic behavior and worry what’s coming next in any arena of life, said Panning, that creates an extraordinary amount of anxiety and often a feeling of dread.”

Even Washington actors in the Trump dramas aren’t immune. A recent New York Times story alleged that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speculated about invoking the 25th Amendment and considered wearing an FBI wire in a meeting with Trump in an attempt to catch him obstructing justice. The story cited unnamed associates saying Rosenstein was behaving “erratically” and that he appeared to be “conflicted, regretful, and emotional.”

The recent Brett Kavanaugh hearings revealed many others in public roles behaving out of sorts—full of red-faced rants that left some partisans cheering but struck others as unhinged. Legal activist Ed Whelan was widely described in news reports as a temperamentally sober-minded guy. But he took a leave of absence from his NGO, the Ethics and Public Policy Center, after combing through online floor plans and Google Maps to suggest, without evidence, that Kavanaugh’s accuser had him confused with someone else Whelan identified by name. His statement of apology said he made “an appalling and inexcusable mistake of judgment.”

But therapists say today’s political conditions are ripe to send people of all partisan, ideological and cultural stripes to the emotional edge.

“Human beings hate two things,” said Michael Dulchin, a New York psychiatrist who has seen Trump anxiety in his practice. One is “to look to the future and think you don’t have enough energy to succeed and live up to your expectations. The other is to not be able to predict the environment.”

Put these together, he said, and the psychological result is virtually inevitable: “Anxiety and depression.”
Now I have heard it all

Trump May Not Be Crazy, But the Rest of Us Are Getting There Fast
Psychologists’ couches are filling up as Americans seek relief from Trump Anxiety Disorder.


By JOHN F. HARRIS and SARAH ZIMMERMAN


October 12, 201

CNN before love-making is not his idea of a turn-on.

But she can hardly turn it off—engrossed as she is in the latest unnerving gyrations of Washington.


Who else to blame but Donald Trump? A president who excites hot feelings in many quarters has cooled them considerably in the bedroom of a Philadelphia couple, who sought counseling in part because the agitated state of American politics was causing strain in their marriage.

The couple’s story was relayed to POLITICO by their therapist on condition of anonymity. But their travails, according to national surveys and interviews with mental health professionals, are not as anomalous as one might suppose. Even when symptoms are not sexual in nature, there is abundant evidence that Trump and his daily uproars are galloping into the inner life of millions of Americans.

During normal times, therapists say, their sessions deal with familiar themes: relationships, self-esteem, everyday coping. Current events don’t usually invade. But numerous counselors said Trump and his convulsive effect on America’s national conversation is giving politics a prominence on the psychologist’s couch not seen since the months after 9/11—another moment in which events were frightening in a way that had widespread emotional consequences.

Empirical data bolsters the anecdotal reports from practitioners. The American Psychiatric Association in a May survey found that 39 percent of people said their anxiety level had risen over the previous year—and 56 percent were either “extremely anxious” or “somewhat anxious about “the impact of politics on daily life.” A 2017 study found two-thirds of Americans’ see the nation’s future as a “very or somewhat significant source of stress.”

These findings suggest the political-media community has things backwards when it comes to Trump and mental health.

For two years or more, commentators have been cross-referencing observations of presidential behavior with the official APA Diagnostic and Statistical Manual’s definition of narcissistic personality disorder. Journalists have compared contemporary video of Trump with interviews from the 1980s for signs of possible cognitive decline. And even some people on his own team, according to books and news reports, have been reading up on the process of presidential removal under the 25thAmendment of the Constitution—fueled by suspicions that the president’s allegedly erratic and undeniably precedent-shattering approach to the Oval Office may prove eventually to be a case of non compos mentis.

A more plausible interpretation, in the view of some psychological experts, is that Trump has been cultivating, adapting and prospering from his distinctive brand of provocation, brinkmanship, and self-drama for the past 72 years. What we’re seeing is merely the president’s own definition of normal. It is only the audience who finds the performance disorienting.


Trump gestures during the Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas on December 15, 2015. | AFP PHOTO/ ROBYN BECK / AFP / ROBYN BECK
In other words: He’s not crazy, but the rest of us are getting there fast.

Jennifer Panning, a psychologist from Evanston, Illinois, calls the phenomenon “Trump Anxiety Disorder.” She wrote a chapter on it in a collection by mental health experts called “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump.” In an interview, she said the disorder is marked by such symptoms as “increased worry, obsessive thought patterns, muscle tension and obsessive preoccupation with the news.”

A study from the market research firm Galileo also found that, in the first 100 days after Trump’s election, 40 percent of people said they “can no longer have open and honest conversations with some friends or family members.” Nearly a quarter of respondents said their political views have hurt their personal relationships.

This goes beyond office arguments or the Thanksgiving gathering in which some cousin or in-law drinks too much and someone storms out after the diner-table conversation turns to politics. Even the closest daily relationships can suffer.

The Philadelphia couple who found Trump had a detumescent effect on their love life weren’t arguing about the president, said their therapist, Cynthia Baum-Baicker. They were just coping with shared distress in different ways. Information for many people reduces anxiety, and so TV news was a kind of psychic tether for the wife.

“I remember the husband basically said, ‘If you ever want to be intimate again, you’ll turn the TV off in the bedroom. I can’t have that man present and listen to him and feel any sense of arousal,’” said Baum-Baicker.

Some of the explanation for Trump’s effect lies not just in psychology but in political theory. In countries like the United Kingdom the head of state (the queen) and the head of government (the prime minister) are separate roles. In the United States they are one. In an era of media saturation presidents tend to be omnipresent figures. And even polarizing figures like Bill Clinton after the Oklahoma City bombing or George W. Bush after 9/11 served as national consolers—suggesting how people subconsciously assign an almost parental role to the presidency.

Trump’s relentless self-aggrandizement, under this interpretation, makes him less a national father than adolescent at large.

“Authority figures represent the parent, [so] President Trump seats in the seat of parent for all Americans,” said Baum-Baicker. “So now, my ‘father figure’ is a bully, is an authoritarian who doesn’t believe in studying and doing homework. ... [Rather than reassurance] he creates uncertainty.”

Even Trump supporters are not insulated from this modern age of anxiety.

Elisabeth Joy LaMotte, who practices psychotherapy in the nation’s capital, said she “doesn’t view it as a party-specific thing.”

“Conservatives are hurting, too,” she said. “I view this anxiety as collective in a very strong sense. They’re hurting in part because they feel they don’t have permission to share their real views, or they feel conflicted because they agree with things that the president is doing but they’re uncomfortable with his language and tactics.... And they feel alienated and isolated from friends and family who differ from their views, as if there’s not permission to view it in a different way in D.C.”

Nearly every interview with psychologists returned to the theme of “gaslighting”—the ability of manipulative people to make those around them question their mental grip.

Trump daily goes to war on behalf of his own factual universe, with what conservative commentator George F. Will this week called “breezy indifference to reality.”

Examples include false boasts on the size of his inauguration crowd; his denunciation of unfavorable stories as “fake news”; the assertion that an investigation into his campaign which has already produced multiple criminal convictions is “a hoax.” Some people can’t just roll their eyes at obvious bullshit—they experience an assault on truth at a more profound psychic level.

“Gaslighting is essentially a tactic used by abusive personalities to make the abused person feel as though they’re not experiencing reality, or that it’s made up or false,” said Dominic Sisti, a behavioral health care expert at the University of Pennsylvania who penned an article with Baum-Baicker on Trump’s effect on stress. “The only reality one can trust is one that is defined by the abuser. Trump does this on a daily basis—he lies, uses ambiguities, demonizes the press. It’s a macroscopic version of an abusive relationship.”

When people are frightened by erratic behavior and worry what’s coming next in any arena of life, said Panning, that creates an extraordinary amount of anxiety and often a feeling of dread.”

Even Washington actors in the Trump dramas aren’t immune. A recent New York Times story alleged that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speculated about invoking the 25th Amendment and considered wearing an FBI wire in a meeting with Trump in an attempt to catch him obstructing justice. The story cited unnamed associates saying Rosenstein was behaving “erratically” and that he appeared to be “conflicted, regretful, and emotional.”

The recent Brett Kavanaugh hearings revealed many others in public roles behaving out of sorts—full of red-faced rants that left some partisans cheering but struck others as unhinged. Legal activist Ed Whelan was widely described in news reports as a temperamentally sober-minded guy. But he took a leave of absence from his NGO, the Ethics and Public Policy Center, after combing through online floor plans and Google Maps to suggest, without evidence, that Kavanaugh’s accuser had him confused with someone else Whelan identified by name. His statement of apology said he made “an appalling and inexcusable mistake of judgment.”

But therapists say today’s political conditions are ripe to send people of all partisan, ideological and cultural stripes to the emotional edge.

“Human beings hate two things,” said Michael Dulchin, a New York psychiatrist who has seen Trump anxiety in his practice. One is “to look to the future and think you don’t have enough energy to succeed and live up to your expectations. The other is to not be able to predict the environment.”

Put these together, he said, and the psychological result is virtually inevitable: “Anxiety and depression.”
people are just used to having a mouthpiece telling them everything is ok, the gooberment will take care of you.
 

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I love how they were digging our graves as we sat in curiosity and contempt only to watch them lose their footing and fall TF in. HA HA! Losers.
Like Haman constructing the gallows upon which he and his entire family would hang!

This is what winning looks like.
 

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Democrats Suddenly Worried They May Lose Racist White Men Who Are Too Damn Stupid to See Past Their Privilege
by Jim Hoft October 13, 2018 353 Comments
Democrats are suddenly concerned that racist white men may not vote for far left hacks who publicly berate them on a daily basis.
Stupid white men are just too privileged!





 

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President Trump is The Strongest and Most Determined Political Force in Our Lifetime…
Posted on October 13, 2018by sundance

“I am your voice!”…


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They’ve gone too far.Donald Trump’s supporters are angry“, or “uneducated”, or “unenlightened”, or (fill_In_The_Blank). This hate-filled sentiment is clear within the latest vile,… nay,… evil and horrific smears directed toward Kanye West and anyone who dare defy the Marxist ideology of the political left.

Now the media narrative controllers are fully engaged along with their political brethren. Do not look away. The vulgar lies and filth are extreme as ideological entities utilize their microphones in a brutal attempt to advance their position in the mid-term election…




As we bear witness to the mob, anyone trying to convince us this entire assembly of our union is headed in the right direction, well, they might want to revisit their proximity to the 2018 election ballpark. Because they’re not just out of the city – they’re also out of the same state the election ballpark is located in….. Then again, the media know that.

David Mamet had a famous saying, essentially: …‘in order for democrats, liberals, progressives et al to continue their illogical belief systems they have to pretend not to know a lot of things’… By pretending ‘not to know’ there is no guilt, no actual connection to conscience. Denial of truth allows easier trespass.

This hate-filled Democrat ideology relies on two things: (1) Our willingness to reconcile their presentations and grant benefit within their seeds of doubt; and (2) Their ability to bait us into a physical confrontation the mob can use to define us.

Do not look away.


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There is a level of anger far deeper, far more purposeful, and far more consequential than expressed rage or visible mob behavior, it’s called Cold Anger.


https://theconservativetreehouse.co...t-determined-political-force-in-our-lifetime/
 

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Looks like the soros ninjas got the feck beat out of them and they had the portland pd on their side again.
Vids show pantyfa getting punched and kicked then running away over and over again.

BREAKING: MASSIVE BLOODY STREET BRAWL IN PORTLAND! Antifa Leftists, Proud Boys, Patriot Prayer Protesters Battle in Street (WILD VIDEO)
by Jim Hoft October 13, 2018 263 Comments


There was a MASSIVE STREET BRAWL in Protland, Oregon Saturday night.
Police were called in to break up the fighting that spread from the sidewalk into the stree. Right-wingers and Antifa leftists brawled outside of Kelly’s Olympian. This was way worse than New York City fights last night. Proud Boys and Patriot Prayer members and and Antifa had a huge wild fight.

Hundreds of people were out on the street.

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/20...d-patriot-prayer-protesters-battle-in-street/
 

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Shit's getting interesting in the cesspools of the leftists. So great to see them implode while we in the rural areas, who put Trump in power sit back and munch on our popcorn. I'm wondering who'll win, the leftist commies or the 'proud boys' who's lack of interest and the 'tolerance' of these commie bastards until now led to the shitshow our country has become. Either way it's fun to watch them beat the crap out of each other....and it WILL get better!
 

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This 11 seconds epitomizes the current state between the Left and Right. Look at that dudes face, who blocked the sucker punch. He was amused

- the left is a child and not a serious physical threat. Imagine when the right has had enough. That little shit could be going home with only one arm

 

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Robert E. Lee descendant slams Trump for praising the Confederate general, saying he was an 'idol of white supremacy' who 'fought for the continued enslavement of black bodies'

  • Robert E Lee IV is the great-great-great nephew of the Confederate war general
  • Said he was 'disheartened' Trump called Lee a 'great general and honorable man'
  • Lee said it showed that Trump 'supports an idol of white supremacy and hatred'
  • The descendant first spoke out against his ancestor at the MTV Movie Awards
  • He had to step down as pastor of his church following backlash from community
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...slams-Trump-praising-Confederate-general.html
 

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Hiding behind the LEOs?

...got beaten up pretty badly, ran and hid behind the local PD.

...

Please do not tell me these are .gov funded and protected agents provocateur...
 

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Fine, we won't tell you
 

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New Portland Travel and Modern Tourism Commercial…
Posted on October 14, 2018by sundance

Portland, Oregon, is located in the Northwestern United States. Portland is considered the cultural mecca for the most refined vision of left-wing Marxism. Known as a hub for modern cultural and political violence, all tourists are now provided complimentary helmets and batons to facilitate vacation transits to various points of interest.


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Feminazi's are finding out that people simply won't take their shit any more. This one made the mistake of thinking throwing a punch at a guy twice your size after stealing his parking space was a great idea.
Bad idea sweetie!
 

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Why the NPC Meme FREAKS OUT the Left (8 min 16 sec):


Published on Oct 16, 2018 by Paul Joseph Watson
Because it's funny, effective and mostly true.
 

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Why the NPC Meme FREAKS OUT the Left (8 min 16 sec):


Published on Oct 16, 2018 by Paul Joseph Watson
Because it's funny, effective and mostly true.
I've thought and said for quite a few years now, that it seemed as if everybody on the political left gets up every morning and plugs themselves into some kind of central command and downloads their mindset, attitudes, beliefs and marching instructions for the day, so they can be in lockstep with everyone else on the political leftist spectrum. They then spew out all the downloaded BSh*t everywhere they go, no matter how nauseatingly stupid and irrational it is. Idiots!
 

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Why the NPC Meme FREAKS OUT the Left (8 min 16 sec):


Published on Oct 16, 2018 by Paul Joseph Watson
Because it's funny, effective and mostly true.
I've thought and said for quite a few years now, that it seemed as if everybody on the political left gets up every morning and plugs themselves into some kind of central command and downloads their mindset, attitudes, beliefs and marching instructions for the day, so they can be in lockstep with everyone else on the political leftist spectrum. They then spew out all the downloaded BSh*t everywhere they go, no matter how nauseatingly stupid and irrational it is. Idiots!
 

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Why the NPC Meme FREAKS OUT the Left (8 min 16 sec):


Published on Oct 16, 2018 by Paul Joseph Watson
Because it's funny, effective and mostly true.
I've thought and said for quite a few years now, that it seemed as if everybody on the political left gets up every morning and plugs themselves into some kind of central command and downloads their mindset, attitudes, beliefs and marching instructions for the day, so they can be in lockstep with everyone else on the political leftist spectrum. They then spew out all the downloaded BSh*t everywhere they go, no matter how nauseatingly stupid and irrational it is. Idiots!
 

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How else do you explain the sudden unilateral outage over, say, judge kavenaugh, or a Saudi journalist being killed or any other concocted issue the nut jobs in the left are yo yo'd into being up in arms about. They are being manipulated beyond my belief. I'm amused by their scary robotic group reactions. Yea the NPC meme fits
 

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Ha ha, gimli triple posted!
Yeah, I thought my post wasn't "taking," so I kept trying over again. My first triple. Do I get a beer or a couple shots of Maker's?
 

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Yeah, I thought my post wasn't "taking," so I kept trying over again. My first triple. Do I get a beer or a couple shots of Maker's?
You get the usual participation award. No free shots for you!
 

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The commie-bots cannot meme because they lack original thoughts.
They sit around waiting for the 4 AM talking points to be propagated across all MSM/Social Media platforms and then they regurgitate.
They react virulently when memes resonate.
The NPC memes are 'sploding the pea-brain heads.


Yeah, I thought my post wasn't "taking," so I kept trying over again. My first triple. Do I get a beer or a couple shots of Maker's?
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The commie-bots cannot meme because they lack original thoughts.
They sit around waiting for the 4 AM talking points to be propagated across all MSM/Social Media platforms and then they regurgitate.
They react virulently when memes resonate.
The NPC memes are 'sploding the pea-brain heads.




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Auru,

I've come to the conclusion that the Left can't meme because nothing they spew has any humor to it. Where as...

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