June 7, 2018
By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine
Flashback 2016: "The American Journal of Political Science published a correction this year saying that the 2012 paper has “an error” — and that liberal political beliefs, not conservative ones, are actually linked to psychoticism." - NYP
When I read that originally in 2016, while in the midst of documenting some truly strange and deranged behavior on the part of liberals across the internet, and in the media, I really wasn't surprised. The charts from the study titled "Correlation Not Causation: The Relationship between Personality Tra...," give a visual representation of this issue.
(Charts and descriptions from the study via Louder with Crowder) On the graph below, we see the major depression breakdown for the Very Conservative (VC), Conservative (C), Liberal (L), and Very Liberal (VL) cohorts.
Below, we see the rates of bipolar depression among our political cohorts. Again, we see elevations in the Very Liberals and Liberals, especially the females. Out of the 50 Very Conservative females that responded to our survey, none reported bipolar depression.
That study was originally published in 2012, and if what is being seen across the nation present day is any indicator, I would say that following the 2016 presidential election, those numbers have probably doubled.
TRIGGERED SNOWFLAKES EVERYWHERE!
Each and every day we see a liberal or a person with Trump Derangement Syndrome get absolutely triggered by .... well, by just about anything, real or imagined.
College Campus Snowflakes: A look through the Campus Reform and College Fix websites show us that snowflakism on university campuses is exponentially on the rise, as we see progressive liberals are being triggered over a picture because one girl in the picture had (GASP) braided hair, accusing her of "cultural appropriation," while another girl on different campus gets triggered over an anti-socialism display, as seen in the video below.
Just browsing through those two websites, seeing what these students are being "taught," where social justice is something they are offering degrees for, and teachers are now detailing "everyday microaggressions," from her white colleagues in order to overcome her own "whiteness."
What does that even mean? The crazy starts in the schools, which is how we end up with the examples below.
Social Media Snowflakes: The amount of crazy seen on social media these days absolutely proves what that 2012 study found, liberal snowflakes, constantly triggered, are psychotic.
For example: Comedic has-been Rosie O'Donnell completely melted down on Twitter, ranting at President Trump in a tweet he was guaranteed to not see because he has her blocked, and she knew he couldn't see it because she begins the rant with the words "unblock me." Screen shot from Twitchy, where readers can also see some of the reactions to her screed, such as suggesting Rosie seek mental help immediately.
A look through her timeline has me agreeing she does need mental help, she is obsessed with President Trump to the point where she sounds deranged on a daily basis.
The next example is perfect because it not only shows how easily people get triggered (over a joke), but how they out themselves as hypocrites at the same time.
Sean Hannity, after hearing that Robert Mueller was demanding the phones of witnesses, joked "Maybe Mueller’s witnesses, I don’t know, if I advised them to follow Hillary Clinton’s lead. Delete all your emails, and then acid wash the emails and hard drives on your phones, then take your phones and bash them with a hammer into little itsy bitsy pieces, use BleachBit, remove the sim cards. And then take the pieces and hand it over to Robert Mueller and say, ‘Hillary Rodham Clinton, this is equal justice under the law.
"How do you think that would work out for everybody who Mueller’s demanding their phones of tonight?" Hannity asked. "I'm certain the result would not be the same as Hillary’s."
Then we see another Twitter user, getting triggered by a McDonald's worker who had the audacity to ask her if the Happy Meal she was buying was for a boy or a girl, which led her to berate the poor worker for 45 minutes about "how damaging it is to enforce the gender binary." This bit of insanity didn't even have to get captured on camera as evidence of how easy it is to trigger the snowflakes, because she actual shared this experience herself.
What is even more disturbing than her thinking she did something good by getting triggered over an innocent question, was that 1,252 people "liked" her tweet. So that example counts for 1,253 examples of crazed snowflakes in one shot!
One more from dear lil kenny there because she is not only a triggered snowflake, but considers herself to be part of yet another crazed group.... feminists, as she tweets "I started spelling "woman" as womine because "woman" suggests that we belong to men but womine says that I belong to myself. #feminism #feminist."
Of course no crazed snowflake piece is ever truly complete without the Mockingbird Media snowflakes with their never-ending fake "scoops," whining and meltdowns.
Just today, CNN's chief natsec correspondent Jim Sciutto took to Twitter to inform his readers of his breaking bombshell, saying "Trump chooses Fox and Daily Caller for his two questions." He wasn't the only one who thought that was newsworthy either as White House Correspondent for Yahoo News, Hunter Walker, also felt it vitally important to whine about how President Trump triggered them, by tweeting "The two media outlets chosen by Trump to ask questions at this event were Fox News and the Daily Caller." CNN's Brian Stelter felt it was important enough to retweet Hunter's "news" to his followers as well. Washington correspondent for the Toronto Star, Daniel Dale, also felt it was newsworthy, sharing with his followers "Trump gives his second question to the right-wing Daily Caller, as he did at another press conference this year."
The Daily Caller reporter that received the opportunity to ask the President a question, Saagar Enjeti, responds to their complaints by showing a screenshot of a few of them and stating "The implication of these tweets is that it is some sort of sin to even call on me. Notice they never take issue with the question or the major news they elicit."
Last but not least because it is becoming a new trend for psycho snowflakes, we see them triggered today over a man that hung a "No Gays Allowed" sign in his store window, using a link reporting it, from three years ago. This follows the absolute collective meltdown over an image of children in cages they blamed President Trump for, until it was revealed the image was from 2014, when Obama was president. The same week they got triggered over "prison buses for babies," that 1) Was not a prison bus for babies and; 2) Was from 2016.
They really are psychotic.