NEW YORK TIMES OP-ED ON THE POMPOSITY OF THE AMERICAN LEFT’S TRUMP-HATERS

Obama pen and phoneHere’s another blog post where I take a break from pointing out how the American Left’s unbearable pomposity and snobbery have driven away so many of us who used to consider ourselves part of it. This time my points are being made in a New York Times Op-Ed by Gerard Alexander, a professor of political science at the University of Virginia. 

He uses the out of date term Liberals to describe them. If anything they are Illiberals and Left-Wing Archie Bunkers. The link is below, but first some excerpts:

“(Left-Wing Archie Bunkers) are not as smart, or as persuasive, as they think.”

“Liberals dominate the entertainment industry, many of the most influential news sources and America’s universities. … But this makes liberals feel more powerful than they are.”

“In fact, liberals may be more effective at causing resentment than in getting people to come their way.”

“Liberals are trapped in a self-reinforcing cycle. When they use their positions in American culture to lecture, judge and disdain, they push more people into an opposing coalition that liberals are increasingly prone to think of as deplorable. That only validates their own worst prejudices about the other America.”

For the entire piece click HERE  

If you’re tired of these political posts lately, tell the Trump-hating fascists to stop forcing their anti-Trump propaganda into every minute of the day. 

AND BY THE WAY, I’M NEITHER A LIBERAL NOR A CONSERVATIVE- WANT PROOF? CLICK HERE

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4 Comments

Filed under LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES, Neglected History, opinion

4 responses to “NEW YORK TIMES OP-ED ON THE POMPOSITY OF THE AMERICAN LEFT’S TRUMP-HATERS

  1. Jamina

    This is exactly why #walkaway is getting so big!

  2. Marcia

    I like it when people point out how strange the American left has become. Nothing but trash!

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