Thursday, August 03, 2017

Did someone say "dangerous mental illness?"

War on spelling.
President Donald Trump, as you know, has a "dangerous mental illness," according to psychiatry experts at Yale conference.

These experts no doubt understand projection, a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others.

Luckily for our civilization, The Left has given us a number of leaders who can counter the toxic effects of The Donald. We extend our profound gratitude to the following.

Jill Stein. Political activist and former Green Party nominee for President, Jill Stein, provided an impassioned defense for the rogue dictatorship of North Korea. She referred to the negative characterizations of the brutal Communist regime in North Korea as a way to ‘demonize’ them so the U.S. can implement a regime change.

Chuck Schumer. “We plead with you, let us re-commit this bill,” Schumer said on the Senate floor. “Let us vote against skinny repeal, and let’s work together to improve our healthcare system in the way our Founding Fathers intended us to improve it.”

Nancy Pelosi. Nancy Pelosi’s two youngest daughters, Julie Marie and Nicole Lynn, were arrested and charged in Berkeley, California for drug trafficking. Their lawyer managed to keep the arrest quiet for the sake of an ongoing investigation and plea deal, but now that they were taken in full view of the public into federal court for arraignment, the cat is out of the bag.

Jerry Brown. Governor Jerry Brown says the existence of humanity rests on his climate change deal. ~ Los Angeles Times

Elizabeth Warren. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warrenrefused to take a DNA test mailed to her by Indian-American entrepreneur V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, who’s running against her for her U.S. Senate seat. Senator Elizabeth Warren once claimed she’s Native American because she has “high cheekbones.”
Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders' daughter got paid $500,000 to teach woodworking at his wife’s bankrupt college in Vermont. How did Jane Sanders funnel more than $500k to her daughter’s for-profit woodworking business during her tenure as President of Burlington College and get away with it?

Detroit. Half of the eight mayoral hopefuls on Detroit’s primary ballot next week have been convicted of felony crimes involving drugs, assault or weapons. Three were charged with gun crimes and two for assault with intent to commit murder. “Black marks on your record show you have lived a little and have overcome some challenges,” said Greg Bowens, a former press secretary to Detroit Mayor Dennis Archer and NAACP activist.

And everyone's favorite ...

Nancy Pelosi. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi  accused Republicans of proposing a budget that will cause violence to spread. “We take an oath to protect and defend,” Pelosi concluded. “But, that’s not the point of this. This is supposed to be a budget that prevents the spread of violence, instead they have a budget that stirs it up.”

However, the future is looking brighter ...

Chelsea Clinton. Sheer genius:

 

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