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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

"Experts say" has become the surest sign that what you are about to step in will ruin your shoes

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Yes.

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Anyone invoking “experts” in anything makes me aggressively disinterested at this point.

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Just like those “following the science”!

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Experts; bought and paid for since Woodrow Wilson.

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Then industrial sized by FDR

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If only my Grandma, and my Mom, and my Aunt, and my Uncle, and my other Aunt were still alive they could tell you how much they abhorred FDR.

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Expert. A has-been drip under pressure.

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'aggressively disinterested'.

Flooded my mind with cool imagery.

Jocko Wilink type character with fingers like bratwursts looking up from a laptop that looks like a postage stamp under his meaty paws, one eyebrow raised seemingly asking, "Are you serious bro? Do you really want to rumble?"

Aggressively disinterested.

Walking into the gym and turning off the CNN/FOX news on all of the flatscreens around the treadmills. "PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR BREATHING, YOUR STRIDE, YOUR INTERVAL, NOT THE NEWS!!!!!"

Aggressively disinterested.

Not just cutting the cable, but tossing the 55" flatscreen out of our home.

Aggressively disinterested.

Confronting the leftist school board teachers' union rep who drops off campaign pablum on your door:

"I would vote for my German Sheppard over your candidate. Get off my porch. It says 'no soliciting', but then it doesn't surprise me you cannot read."

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"In the interest of national security "...makes me sick too

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As did the “abundance of caution” tripe. These are dangerous desperate liars who’ll stop at nothing to destroy not only 1 person but the whole movement. Dangerous because they actually believe what they’re spreading so the ends will justify the means when fighting orange hitler type evil.

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Boom. Exactly

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And the "eviler" the one they fight is (made out to be), the greater the justification for their actions.

Thus, by making their opponent the Ultimate Evil, they can do whatever they like in total freedom, and it will be a good deed.

Very liberating for them, I suspect.

If only they'd go get drunk, get in a fight, and get laid instead of bottling it all up and sublimating it as wokescolding better-than-thou-ism.

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“Experts Say”

“Doctors Agree”

“Science Says”

“Big Pharma Approved This Message”

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Mar 19Liked by Chris Bray

Power heave. 🤢🤮

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Wasn’t it William F. Buckley, Jr. who said: “I am obliged to confess I should sooner live in a society governed by the first two thousand names in the Boston telephone directory than in a society governed by the two thousand faculty members of Harvard University”? It’s why Sowell talked about the tyranny of the anointed - these people will literally kill you “for your own good”, and sleep soundly that night truly believing they have blessed you by visiting on you their misguided interventions.

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In all of those announcements above, the fear of a humorous Trump for example, you can easily see the absolute contempt they have for ordinary people. That was Sowell's basic point. The anointed hate you. You are unable to make enlightened choices. Your death in the correctional camp is really doing you a favour.

It is astonishing we now live in a world where they have taken over.

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Mar 19Liked by Chris Bray

Or that you're about to be peppered with the rankest nonsense.

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And your brain.

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"experts say"-because my own reasoning is not enough.

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Logic is not the answer. Do we really need to think up a bunch of logical arguments for why we don’t want crazy people in our lives?

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In the end, it doesn't matter if they honestly believe what they're saying or if they're just doing it for the paycheck -- the end result is the Democrats convincing themselves that breaking the rules is the proper and noble thing.

How many TV shows are based around that exact premise?

BADASS COP #42 BENDS THE RULES TO GET JUSTICE

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"I'm gettin' too old for this shit."

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

If you go back and watch those movies back to back through the lens of 2024, the first is a masterpeice: it's dark, but funny as hell and your typical hero arc about a guy saving his family. Mel Gibson, Glover etc are amazing in it, and I will never stop loving it.

The second movie is a diatribe about how white people are bad (especially those thieving South Africans and all their white racism...yeah how has that turned out for everyone involved? Communists now run the country and are attempting a genocide) and Mel starts to turn into a giant flaming liberal vagina. It isn't complete until the fourth movie....but I digress.

Also, Lethal Weapon is a Christmas movie.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Jill says that every time Brandon needs changing.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Full diaper in an empty suit

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Mar 19Liked by Chris Bray

seriously. I can’t take another 7 months of this.

the volume on the amp is already at 11.

how much higher can they go? what would the ceiling be? how can this much absolute panic escalate?

I guess we gonna find out…it’s gonna be a loooong year…

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We're gonna have to learn to ignore the noise and find peace and calm outside of it.

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Mar 19Liked by Chris Bray

yer right. I’m working on it…but it’s tuff.

“...small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it."

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Amen

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Mar 19Liked by Chris Bray

That's true. As important as these things are, there is a lot more to life.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Hey! Murtaugh was a good cop!

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I miss Danny Glover.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Thanks for quoting the KIng.

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What people need and want is RoboCop; what we get is ED-209.

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I'll buy that for a dollar!

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Boeing is reminding me a lot of OCP right now.

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Ever noticed how the OCP logo is presented in the background on the monitors in the boardroom?

Red flag, white area in the center of the flag, black 'OCP'-logo on the white center.

As far as Verhoeven goes, that counts as subtle.

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Most of our movies, TV shows, and other popular entertainment are based around the heroic, rogue lone wolf. If I was prone to conspiracy theorizing, I would say they had been softening us up by normalizing the idea of breaking the rules.

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Except it's nothing new—for example, Robin Hood.

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But he (Robert of Locksley) wasn't exactly breaking the rules as such - he was opposing a regime and a church that broke the rules first, in order to steal lands and privileges from his class of yeoman and lower nobility.

Now, I haven't read the book in a long while, but as I remember it, it was more about villifying King John and especially Guy de Gisbourne as violators of the feodal and traditional compact between king and subject more than idolising Locksley as a rulebreaker?

This serves as my nitpick of the day. ;)

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Machiavelli The Prince. Ninth Grade World History… great game plan for amoral corrupt control freaks.

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And of course if we even think about bending the rules, they throw the book at us.

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Resorting to total fiction is how you know someone’s brain is fully broken.

Sam Harris demonstrated this behavior when he started publicly arguing that if covid had only killed a lot more children, his illogical take on the vaccines would have been correct… and so that actually means he’s been correct the whole time..

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Yes! That was a classic of the TDS-style broken brain genre!

Harris: “I am smart, so even though I was wrong, my logic was sound so, therefore I was actually right.” An argument that is an appeal to his own authority!

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Sounds like Dan Rather - the facts were false but the story was correct.

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Or Scott Adams - "right, but for the wrong reason." Or whatever it was. We didn't deserve to be right - we were just lucky. How on earth did we know to resist the "authorities" and not take the vaccine?

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Not familiar with thst reference, but going opposite the authorities has become a pretty reliable guide.

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He bought into the whole disease panic. He can't understand why many of us did not. He thinks we made a lucky guess to not take the jab. No. It was using our common sense and native distrust of the narrative to seek information, to apply common sense. For example, wouldn't homeless people be dying in droves? No masks, no hand sanitizer, no 6 feet. What kind of testing did they do before releasing this jab? MRNA? What? Nah brah, I think I'll wait this one out. I've never seen such hopeless ignorance revealed throughout the pandemic, even now.

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It has been disappointing to see so much potential, or what I had previously thought of as a bright, interesting person--become completely unhinged.

I loved Harris' meditation app. Enjoyed many/most of his podcasts. He has podcast right after the Saint George Floyd shitshow that is thoughtful, reasonable, and filled with good ideas.

Now, I removed his app from my phone, cannot listen to a podcast, and wonder if it was me--or was he hiding his unbalanced narcissism?

Got an email about my meditation app subscription, "Sir, we are unable to process your payment..."

I answered, "Sam Harris the absolute worst advertisement for meditation. If he is what life-long meditation practitioners become--I will stop meditating today."

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I enjoyed regularly listening to Harris' podcast after first being introduced to him many years ago. I think it was sometime in 2017 when he started interjecting non sequitur tirades about moronic Trump voters into otherwise interesting pseudo-philosophical topics. After a few of these record-scratch, where-the-f*ck-did-that-come-from outbursts, I decided he was losing it and started questioning how seriously I should take anything he said. That's when I stopped listening.

Seeing his more recent public appearances feels like watching someone with a degenerative mental disorder who has refused treatment. I think his intellectual arrogance combined with the cognitive dissonance of so many smart people disagreeing with him about Trump and Covid has a corrosive effect on his mind.

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Mar 18·edited Mar 18

I’m no Trump apologist (someone close to him needs to install a filter or, on occasion, tell him to JUST SHUT UP), but it’s obvious the media constantly twist everything he says and does. What’s completely insane is comparing his rhetorical style to Hitler, when Beijing Biden quite literally OOZES fuhrer energy when he hate-screams his lies and filth at the country from his bully pulpit.

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I’m old enough to remember the “red hell” speech Biden gave in Philadelphia. I don’t recall anyone in the MSM comparing him to Hitler…

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Yes. In the unlikely event that Biden agrees to debate, all Trump needs to do is let him speak. Better yet, force him to. The more he speaks the more obvious it will become that he is not fit to serve. Sadly, I don’t think Trump can help himself. I don’t get the impression he’s learned anything since 2020.

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Totally agree.

We are living in an absolute dumpster fire of an era.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

I suppose I should thank you for documenting this constant avalanche of delusion, but, honestly, I've lost interest in it. The question in the upcoming election is, "Are we to be a self-governing nation or one by the government, of the government, and for the government?" 95% of federal government employees agree that Trump is the worst threat to OurDemocracy™ because the government provides for their own lavish life-styles and throws a few scraps to the hopeless/homeless/addicted/larcenous because desperate people are willing to take what they can get, which isn't much.

Nothing these people say or do means anything to me anymore. They keep "explaining" to me why I should never believe my own eyes and ears. I'm willing to bet that most Trump voters are the same way at this point. The leftist constituency is now folks who owe their living to the government, folks who owe the government more than they can pay (in student loan debt), and folks who are happy to get the meager scraps that fall from the government free-lunch counter.

The only question is can they steal enough votes this time? Unfortunately the smart money says yes.

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I have also lost interest in it, but feel compelled to say that lies are lies and madness is madness. I hear you. I think most people have tuned it out completely.

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The more I want to tune it out, the more important it seems to stay aware. And, I'm in a red rural area dominated by a blue urban activist pool, so I have to stay oriented to the current crazy -- or crazy to come.

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If Swamp Leaders like Schumer are willing to treat the people and leadership of powerful allied countries with such open contempt -- see last week's "Israel need regime change" speech -- what do think they say about us everyday Americans behind closed doors?

Netanyahu can at least try to stick the Mossad on Chuck Schumer if Schumer gets too aggressive. What do we have? Election Day with Dominion voting machines?

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Well, it’s no secret why guys like Biden and Schumer want to take your guns away.

It’s because they’re afraid the proles will get angry enough to use them against the pols.

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You have nailed it.

Tax revolt? Speak to them in the language they can actually understand?

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Remember when “The New Republic” used to pretend to be serious? Granted, they should have lost all their credibility after the first Stephen Glass story, but still.

And Chris Rufo as Secretary of Education? One can only dream…

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I subscribed to The New Republic back when Michael Kinsley was editor. It pretty much went downhill after that.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Re George Conway's Twitter thread, it looked to me like he was engaging in *exactly* the behavior he was describing.

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Absolutely. I'll take "full tilt projection" for 1000, Alex.

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Full Tilt Projection!

Brilliant!

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Exactly!

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

All these people are in serious need of recalibration of their SSRI prescriptions.

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They need to bump it up to Haldol.

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let's skip go and go straight to a lobotomy

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Electroshock therapy FTW!

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ZAP!

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Do I get to collect $200?

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Lobotomies of these fools would be priceless...;)

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I never thought about it before, Biden often seems like he's taking Haldol. That wandering about with no focus thing is typical of those on maintenance doses of the stuff.

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Had to look "Haldol" up. FUNNY!

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I more or less assume they all sniff Tony Montana-esque pyramids of coke every day. I don't think I've ever come across a tweaking meth head on the Toronto subway that's anywhere near as delusional as these cretins.

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Mar 18·edited Mar 18

until he absolutely has to do a public speech.....then it's Adderall main-lined.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

I just waiting for the BLOODBATH the orange man promised me.

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C'mon don't throw out the baby with the bloodbath water!... dEmOCraCy is being protected...

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“Don’t throw the baby out with the bloodbath” 😂😂😂

STOLEN!

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But he only foretold of a bloodbath if he lost.

Therefore, it’s in these folks’ (Conway et al) best interest to elect him so as to avoid it.

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Good point. So Trump is the peace candidate.

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All credit to my early teen daughter for pointing it out.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Now, Chris, give us your take on WHY they are engaging in this obviously false and malevolent narrative. To what end?

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I don't think there's a rational end. I think they've lost their minds. They have a set of tools that they believed would give them a set of outcomes, and they don't work. It's stompy foot: YOU PEOPLE ARE SUPPOSED TO LISTEN TO US.

Happy to entertain alternative theories.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

I picture that sequence in The Simpsons where Bart is walking around banging a pot and yelling I AM SO GREAT! WHY WON'T ANYONE PAY ATTENTION TO ME???

Yes, we are seeing in real-time the full-on mental break and psychosis of a large group of people. It's very fascinating in a multi-car pileup sort of way.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

You don't need alternative theories. You nailed it. They think they were\are God and the all knowing truth in the world. They still do. They aren't, and nobody is listening to them - in fact we are laughing at them - so they are *losing their shit* about it.

It's old man screaming at clouds personified. Except in this case it is grown adults with childlike mentalities screaming at an Orange Businessman who breaks them with simple statements of fact. We are living through a Greek Tragedy and it is all parts hilarious and sad at the same time.

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Yes, I think that's it. They are the purveyors of the "norms" (while trashing the norms of the Constitution in the first place), they get to decide what "democracy" is, and we're supposed to gawk in awe at their Ivy League brilliance and their Progressive Era expertise—even though their "genius" has brought on calamity after calamity.

Sam Francis had it right: "What they mean by 'democracy' is nothing more than the system of dominance that came to prevail in the United States and the Western world in the last half of the last century. That system has nothing to do with elections, opposition parties, civil and political rights, or 'liberty,' nor does it have anything to do with political theory, ancient or modern. 'Democracy,' as the neocons and the President and most others who are enthusiastic about it use the word, means the centralized leviathan state under the firm and unqualified control of the managerial bureaucracy and those political forces able to influence it."

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That works, IMO.

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The question is, what’s their next step? They won’t just pick up their toys and go home, they’ll move on to “the next step” which will surely defeat the devil…and then the next, and the next…

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Yeah man, that shit scares me. Chris sent me a link for "3 Felonies A Day" by Harvey Silverglate. As stomach turning as it is--probably smart to read. This is what is next, or at least one of the steps. DOJ completely unleashed on the rest of us, like the J6 folks.

Oh--if you're an audible subscriber, you can get it free here: https://www.audible.com/pd/Three-Felonies-A-Day-Audiobook/1977330851?action_code=ASSGB149080119000H&share_location=pdp

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Ask yourself, how far would people go to stop "literally Hilter"? and you'll have your answer.

The left has been getting more an more comfortable with violence. Starting with the mobs attacking Trump supporters in 2016 and concluding with the Summer of Love, there has been a clear escalating trend in the level of violence they are comfortable with. The hysterical language we see is establishing the justification for both a further escalation of violence and using the agents of the state to deliver that violence.

In the words of great philosopher whose name is lost to time "Stay strapped or get clapped."

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You’re right, I fear.

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Don't you see, Chris, cars are just a metaphor! A metaphor for America. And it wasn't a jokey metaphor, that part, even though as Politico informs, he's a jokey as Hitler. And Hitler used metaphors, see. So beyond all doubt a sick and dangerous pattern.

Alternative theories on why: I think the globalists' goal is pure division. The relentless crushing of Trump with whatever idiot they have at hand is win win -- driving those who feel like an underdog to identify with a literal billionaire, while driving those who feel superior to everyone to, oh, feel more righteous in their superiority. He's playing the reality TV star roll well. But I'm not falling for the charade.

Trump saying in July 2020 the military were going to distribute the jabs

https://youtu.be/M5O4bZ842qU?si=kfYUrM5zXrNvj1ZA

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I think that the malevolence and mendacity continue because they have set up a consequences-free environment. The ends don't need to justify the means. The means can be whatever they want, and the ends will be what they say they are, and no one that matters--to them--will dare to say different.

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I’m reminded of Gene Wilder in The Producers:

“Gimme my blue blanket!”

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They are acting entirely rationally, given they have always gotten their way. Why would this time be different in their minds? That they are being thwarted only causes them to double down.

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It is an end unto itself. Paired with the utopianism inherent in all liberal and progressive ideas (as opposed to pragmatic and realist ideas) and said utopian ideal being impossible because it is anti-reality, it sticks them in a recursive loop.

Very close to how some neuroses/psychoses work. "Do X for good result -> Good result not forthcomin -> Do X for good result".

But actual neurosis/psychosis may be treatable as the sufferer perceives it as an alien influence they'd rather live without.

For your liberals (not writing out all the labels, I'm too lazy) it is instead an adopted identity offering them meaning and belonging, and perpetual bitter resentful anger helps keep the ennui and sense of lack of meaning away (despite said feelings stemming from their inherent relativism and high school nihilism).

All of that makes it untreatable since it isn't a mental illness as such, just a very different way of perceiving, communicating and interacting with the world. Essentially, they are a different culture from yours, with their own sets of ethics, morals, customs and so on.

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Because if they say it enough times, as loud as they can, they can summon it into being. They think they can create reality by just believing.

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I know I can!

I know I can!

I know I can!

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I think it's actually "Si, se pwadway" according to Doctor Jill.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Just finished Mein Kampf. It could have been written by Dave Barry.

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Right? Just one zinger after another.

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Rufo for Sec Ed would work. #justsayin

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I am in favor of any plan that puts Substack writers in power.

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Totally with you on that. :-) I'm happy to serve.

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Abolish the Fed Ed, more like it.

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You could replace "Trump" with "Biden" in George Conway's tweets and it would read exactly the same. The media and people like Conway aren't trying to convert or convince. They are working to keep the faithful as wound up as possible. As much as I don't want to see a fourth term of the Obama administration, and WILL VOTE FOR TRUMP, I am very concerned with his rhetoric about vaccines, Operation Warp Speed, and his inability to acknowledge the harm he did in printing $6T with the CARES ACT. Biden surely made things worse with inflation, abetted by the hapless Fed, but Trump got the ball rolling.

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This 💯 “They are working to keep the faithful as wound up as possible”

I’m struggling to think the opposition isn’t feeling the same burnout over the endless rhetoric. It’s sometimes exhausting (but necessary) to read about the delusional angst-ridden TDS screeds; but to do that and FEEL likewise all the frickin’ time? How is that even possible? They’ve gone way past the mandated 2 minute hate sessions.

Maybe there will be a massive rebound effect coming in the future. Maybe a lot of rebounds. Don’t these people long at some level to be happy and at peace again? And now apparently they’re going to make laughing and mocking at someone else’s obvious awfulness and/or foolishness the new “hate crime”. They should all go watch Mel Brooks’ The Producers and lighten up.

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I know so many people on the left with TDS I feel like an expert on the symptoms and diagnosing their issues. In my experience, it takes very little for them to chirp about how horrible Trump is, and they enjoy it in a very smug way. That crowd feels righteous in their position, and believe themselves to be smarter than everyone else. If anyone mentions supporting Trump, they immediately discard you as "one of them" and look down at you. They all have canned scripts they go to, usually about January 6, and actually talking to them is pointless. Heaven forbid you mention some of the crap Biden (his handlers actually) have pulled and they really lose their minds. They never get tired of being "right" and they will never engage in introspection. Those deeply affected by TDS will never consider any fact or opinion outside their bubble.

The Trump supporters with TDS are almost worse because they support every single thing the man has ever said or done. They are incapable of seeing the flaws or considering that he may be controlled opposition. They all revel in making fun of Biden (fun, I will admit) and are incapable of seeing how someone that isn't immersed in politics might be turned off by Trump.

I think both sides are horrible. Speaker Johnson stood and applauded during Biden's SOTU when Biden mentioned money for Israel, and money for Ukraine. He might as well wear a t-shirt that says "Neocon" across the chest. All of the so-called Tea Party Republicans have not said a peep in nearly four years of rolling over for the DNC. Sure, Ron Johnson or Jim Jordan might pick up some soundbites in some useless hearing, but what has come from any of that? Nothing. At least when Trump was president I was able to laugh at his mean tweets that riled up democrats. But, no matter who "wins" we are equally screwed. Government never relinquishes power, and we have lost enough at this point that they will continue on unhindered. It really is sad.

When I see the NPC's in public excited about Sports Ball or some lame excuse to get drunk like St. Patty's Day, it is depressing. If I didn't vent my frustration on Substack I would just pace around my house talking to myself about how horrible everything is. Actually, I do that also. Thankfully I get outside and exercise frequently to blow off steam.

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Venting is something we all need to do from time to time. The comment section is a great place for it.

I agree that there’s a light and dark side to the TDS. All evil or all wonderful. I’m going to vote for Trump again, because I am hopeful it might hold back for at least awhile some of the further madness that is planned. I was 100% in his corner during the 2016 election and his first few years, but his obvious unwillingness to admit and apologize for his part in the COVID disaster is a big red flag for sure. He ushered it in.

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Trump got conned, like so many others, but he wasn't the instigator. An usher, maybe, but he didn't own the theater. Ralph Baric and his Wuhan partners have been weaponizing and patenting weaponized coronoviruses since the turn of the century. SARs 1 (2002-2004), MERs, and Covid-19 (SARs 2) were the results, all funded by the Pentagon (DARPA) and Fauci.

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I've never known a dumbocrap to get tired of hating someone/something in my entire life.

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It's all a sign of profound weakness

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yeah never forget. Never again for the uniparty.

Trump saying in July 2020 the military were going to distribute the jabs

https://youtu.be/M5O4bZ842qU?si=kfYUrM5zXrNvj1ZA

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Our political system has become so corrupted and rigged we really have no good options. As much as I like aspects of Trump as president, there are so many deeply concerning issues. I don't believe a lot of what he says, but his handling of the pandemic and turning everything over to Fauci and Birx was inexcusable.

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agreed. no pass. And he didn't mention that it was all DOD all the way down. Preplanned. No clinical trials in the contracts with pharma. Surprising that didn't slip out of his brags.

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TDS much? 🙄

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I hate Biden too. the uniparty is operated by the same globalists. Same agenda. None get support from me.

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Donald Trump is a mensch, which is a Yiddish word that means a person of great integrity and decency. Trump appears to care about actual people and the effects of government policy in their lives. He fights to keep his promises. I’m not aware of a single thing he has said or done that was dishonest. It is the George Conways who constantly tell lies about him.

I tell my liberal friends that Trump is a mensch and they become apoplectic. Try it. It’s like watching the Wicked Witch of the West literally melt down.

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Here is the definitive proof of the link between Trump and Hitler.

https://freebeacon.com/politics/msnbc-analyst-trump-flying-flags-at-half-mast-until-8-8-is-a-nod-to-neo-nazis/

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Sorry, I am dead now. I have just rolled my eyes fatally. Farewell!

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See my suggested remedy above, good for whatever ails anyone. Take two Mel Brooks movies and write more in the morning. 🤣

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🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Mar 18Liked by Chris Bray

Also Conway’s Twitter thread was 8/8 posts. Coincidence? I Think Not!

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WHITE NATIONALIST GEORGE CONWAY

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My little brother was born on 8/8! He's probably a Nazi.as well!!!

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LOCK HIM UP!!! LOCK HIM UP!!! LOCK HIM UP!!!

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No doubt!

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So these eminently rational people, these believers in science, these paragons of enlightened thinking, are into numerology now.

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Not that I'm defending the loons but in the 1980s it was quite common for actual real neo-nazis to use certain combinations of numbers as a "secret" code.

It was silly, but it was picked up by the state-sponsored "anti-racist" groups such as Antifa and EXPO, and they've been running with it ever since, long after neo-nazis stopped existing in the 1990s.

It's simply to good of a GBA to let go of.

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🫵👌😳😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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Mar 19Liked by Chris Bray

This article is just brilliant. Thank you.

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