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The Bully Party - By Scott Adams

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posted on Oct, 26 2016 @ 10:14 AM
a reply to: Blue_Jay33

Here is a periscope video of Scott Adams talking about why he is voting for DT now, and what he means by bullying, in his own words:


posted on Oct, 26 2016 @ 11:15 AM
There's a follow-up to the article he wrote yesterday.

Watch the Persuasion Battle

1. Yesterday I announced my endorsement of Trump, primarily as a protest to the bullying culture of Clinton supporters. I don’t like bullies. And I don’t like that Clinton is turning citizens against each other. (My political preferences don’t align with any of the candidates.)

Yes, Trump is a bully, but he’s offering to provide that service on behalf of the country. When leaders do it, we call it leadership. (Think LBJ or Steve Jobs.) Trump isn’t encouraging his supporters to bully Clinton supporters. But Clinton has painted Trump and his supporters as Nazi-like deplorables, and that creates moral cover for the bullying you see all over the country against Trump supporters. It wouldn’t be a bad thing to bully a Nazi, would it? That’s the dangerous situation Clinton has created.

2. My anti-bullying message must have raised a flag somewhere in the Clinton campaign machinery. That means it hit a nerve and is seen as a persuasion reframing they don’t want to risk.

3. Huffington Post, Salon, Daily Kos and other liberal outlets “coincidentally” ran hit pieces on me on the same day. That’s a sign of media coordination with the Clinton campaign. (Or a big coincidence.)

4. Hordes of either paid or volunteer Twitter trolls descended on me with two specific types of attacks. The similarity of the attacks suggests central coordination. One attack involves insults about the Dilbert comic (an attack on my income) and the other is a coordinated attack to suggest I am literally insane or off my meds (to decrease my credibility).

He is trending on Facebook and all the liberal ducks are trashing and insulting him while talking about how he has "problems".

The tolerant left strikes again.

posted on Oct, 26 2016 @ 12:32 PM
a reply to: JacKatMtn

This is a true haven, from most of it.

posted on Oct, 26 2016 @ 07:23 PM
a reply to: TrueBrit

I very much appreciate your post, and have had this same discussion with Libertarians.

I supported Ron Paul candidacy because I believed he would be the best at fighting American Globalism which is just as bad for America as it is for the whole world.
His winning the presidency would have ended the establishment, imagine us just finishing Ron Pauls second term, Trump would not have a chance because Ron would have fixed so much. I liked Obama, and I still do, but he is the biggest disappointment in modern political history. It's like you see a trailer for a movie and it seems like it's going to be awesome, but it's just, Meh.
Trumps winning ends the establishment. And if you don't believe it you should watch Micheal Moore video on it from this month he explains it really well, he understands it very well, he just doesn't agree with it.

The purists from the liberty movement from 2008 and 2012 can't bring themselves to vote for Trump, as Ron Paul has said no to that option. His son Rand Paul is not a purist, he is a pragmatist, he said he will support Trump to stop Hillary, many are following his lead.

Hillary must be stopped, is my bottom line, vote third party in blue solid states and in purple/swing states vote Trump to stop her. And we will deal with Trump in four years if he turns out to be bad for America, it's impossible for him to be worse than Bush, but Clinton and the DNC are more corrupted the the RNC now, they need to lose this round, and learn these unethical games don't fly anymore.

Maybe just maybe the DNC will produce a strong leader that is more well liked by GOP people too next time, because this time they failed horribly.
edit on 26-10-2016 by Blue_Jay33 because: (no reason given)

posted on Oct, 26 2016 @ 07:54 PM

originally posted by: Byrd

originally posted by: Zanti Misfit
a reply to: Blue_Jay33

America has gone SOFT . I remember a Time in this Country when a Group of Any Affiliation who tried to Intimidate or Scare someone over their Right of Personal Opinions , their Like Minded Friends would come to their Aid and " Face Down " the Bully . WTF Happened Today America >?.....

The Latinos, Blacks, Asians, women, Muslims, Jews, and LGBT folks (etc) got tired of being soft and decided to come to the aid of THEIR like-minded friends.

" We also know Clinton’s side hired paid trolls to bully online. You don’t hear much about that. "

So , you are implying Bulling is OK as Long as you take a Side ? Irrational reasoning Sir/or Madam .

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