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Andrew Tobias blogs occasionally, usually around 1 a.m., and he usually has interesting perspectives on politics, culture, and economics. This is a good one:
The Madness Of Crowds
So, for the record:
> No Democrat I know has eaten children or worshipped Satan.
> Though some Republicans deny it, the Parkland massacre — like the Holocaust — was real.
> The 9/11 attackers really did crash American flight 77 into the Pentagon.
> The Clintons did not murder John Kennedy, Jr.
> I’ve met George Soros. He’s done more to champion freedom and democracy around the world than anyone I can think of. The idea that he used space lasers to light California’s forest fires is insane.
As is the idea that someone who believes these things would have been endorsed by the leader of the Republican party; would have been elected; and would be appointed by her Republican colleagues to the Education Committee.
The difference between our fringe and theirs is that our “fringe” fights (peacefully) to give the average American a better deal: Higher wages. Consumer protections. Health care. A habitable planet for their kids. Crazy s–t like that.
Their fringe beats Capitol Police with American flags, wears Camp Auschwitz t-shirts, and seeks to murder the House Speaker and Vice President.
To which their leader, watching gleefully on TV, eventually responds: “Go home. I love you. You are very special people.”
Their fringe are evangelicals — especially the one African American in the crowd the camera dutifully zooms in on — who just laugh at the notion Joe Biden could have won. (WATCH!)
Because who who better embodies Christ’s teachings than Trump?
The first crowd madness we are living through is the madness of those who’ve been conned into believing Trump and Putin are the ones to be trusted — the good guys in this tale — while the 84 million who voted for Biden are somehow in league with the devil.
[BONUS: Tips on deprogramming a QAnon cultist.]