Misidentification

Misidentification Is A Serious ProblemMisidentification Is A Serious Problem

There have always been issues, some tragic, with individuals’ self-image and self-identification, but this has seemingly degenerated in recent years to dangerous levels of pathology. This has been compounded by the recent trend by the Left to demand that that such misidentifications be accepted, condoned, and normalized.

Still though, even this societal disease pails in comparison to certain forms and specific expressions of misidentification, e.g, misidentifying Bill Nye as a scientist. It lends undeserved weight to whatever this mechanical engineer turned comedic / children’s actor says.

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#BernOuts Explained

#BernOuts Explained - They covet what they don't have and hate those who have it
#BernOuts Explained – They Covet What They Don’t Have

A funny image, indeed! It is also, however, very pointed in its humor and very fundamentally true in its message. The primary reason for Bernie Sanders’ aborted rise to provenance and his continued employment and occasional news coverage was based upon the #BernOuts and #Sandernistas coveting what they didn’t earn and don’t have. In point of fact, Bernie’s entire platform could have been summed in the word, “Envy.”

Yes, they envy what they don’t have and hate those that have it. In their entitled mindset, it’s just not fair that they don’t get anything and everything they want, when they want it, and without the need to work for- or make sacrifices in order to get it. That’s the #BernOuts explained in a nutshell.

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Deport Them!

Deport Them! Deport Fashisom
Deport Them! Deport Fashisom!

Our domestic enemies, the Liberals, Progressives, and the various abnormal demographics the enable- and pander to, are ever and always so quick to insult, deride, and lampoon any American who protests their agenda while using improper spelling. To them, we, the People are always uneducated, anti-intellectual, knuckle-dragging, regressive primitives.

This is why it’s so funny when our domestic enemies – who are so hubristic over their over-vaunted educations – prove that they are no better than Americans when it comes to spelling simple words. Then again, anyone who’s #StillWithHer and believes that #SheWon is showing a distinct pathology of cognitive degeneration.

Then again, I could be completely misinterpreting this Millenial’s protest and who and what xe’s outraged over. Perhaps he’s angry at the fashion industry and just created something a neologism to denote his beliefs that the fashion industry is fascist in nature and agenda. If so, #ImWithHim 😆 since somebody needs to be the voice of the fashion nazis’ victims.

Of course, if the latter is the case, ze has an intersectional problem. Those same evil fashionistas are centered in New York City and Los Angeles, the two strongholds of modern liberalism and two of the very few localities in the US that are staunchly democrat. Hence, he’d be voting to deport some of the very sorts that supported Hillary.

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