These People Are Insane

I would pay good money to get out of interviewing this unhinged character, this Sunsara Taylor, but Tucker Carlson tries to do it.

These people would be funny if they weren’t so passionately committed to a delusional ideology which could wind up getting someone killed. She’s in a group calling itself “Refuse Fascism.” They have a manifesto. Why is it every bunch of wackos has a manifesto?

So what is “fascism”? I guess it’s everybody who’s not her: she never bothers to define it. What she does is rave. Donald Trump is Hitler. Everybody hates him. Only Nazis like you and me voted for him. “The future of the planet”–ah, yes, the Planet: one of the leftids’ God substitutes–depends on “driving him from office.” (Yeah? And then what happens? She doesn’t say.) Otherwise he is likely to start a nuclear war and “the mass incineration of human beings.” She also says she and her little group stand for “the rule of law.” Glad I was sitting down when I heard that.

She insists that she truly believes all these things. Carlson asked, “So then what are you going to do about it? Surely if you believe all that, you can’t stop at just staging political protests.” But she has no answer to that question.

Is this just Democrat comedy, or are these loons going to work themselves into a rage–with violence?

Why do I post such unedifying tripe as this?

Because these people are showing us who they are. Their party, the Democrat Party, must never again be allowed to take power. Not ever.


One comment on “These People Are Insane”

  1. From conversations I have had recently, I have come to the inescapable conclusion that delusion is the only word to explain what is going on. These people fervently believe what they are saying. I’ve seen otherwise rational people that cannot believe that Donald Trump is not going to destroy the world.

    If you point out factual errors in their assessment they just immediately jump back to their point, sort of like a record that skips. These are otherwise intelligent people. It’s not a matter of differing ideologies anymore, it’s a completely different take on reality.

    I’ve heard people that are terrified of global warming. They still use carbon fuels and live as they have always lived, but they are absolutely adamant that disaster in coming soon and will slice you up verbally if you so much as question their opinions.

    At the risk of sounding like a broken record myself, it brings to mind 2 Thess 2:11 For this reason God will send upon them a deluding influence so that they will believe what is false, 12 in order that they all may be judged who did not believe the truth, but took pleasure in wickedness.

    This madness is a direct result of rejecting God. (Sorta makes you wonder about the current pope.)

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