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Devotion to Trump is based on emotional patterns most people grow out of by age five

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posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:13 AM
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Linda Sarsour isnt a Sharia/FGM advocate?

Linda Sarsour wasnt heavily involved I organizing and being the face of the Women's March?

Its you who is the uneducated moron if you don't know that these are 2 facts that absolutely cannot be argued against.

Which is obvious since you immediately attacked the poster instead of trying to refute the statements.

Is it painful being stupid?




posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:16 AM
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a reply to: C0bzz

I stopped reading at "Yale psychiatrist", lol.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:16 AM
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originally posted by: Painterz

originally posted by: C0bzz
a reply to: Carcharadon


You want to see childish and immature thought processes? Look no further than the Leftist morons that 100% supported a woman empowerment movement spearheaded by a Sharia advocating cockroach that would have insisted on FGM for them.


LMAO, that's called a paranoid delusion. And, is this more of the Right being respectful to the Left?



If Trump supporters don't want to be called delusional, they really should distance themselves from the types of Trump supporters who spout utterly crazy nonsense like how MeTOo is spearheaded by somebody who wants to impose sharia law and FGM on people.

That's one of the single craziest things I've read from a Trump supporter in the last... 24 hours.


Who said anything about the #metoo movement? I sure didn't.

If you had 15 functional brain cells that worked you would know that I was clearly referencing the Womens March as that is the movement that The Cockroach was front and center for.

And yes she is a Sharia Law/FGM advocate. Don't believe me? Fine, read her statements then.

You should change your name from Painterz to Dumbazz.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:27 AM
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a reply to: C0bzz

I stopped reading at "Yale Psychiatrist". Thread was automatically discredited at that point.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:31 AM
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Learned everything you need to know in kindergarten.




posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:40 AM
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originally posted by: C0bzz
In reality they are emotionally needy. Weak. Fragile. And terrified of losing their power.

The question is to the reader. Are you a 5 year old or are you an adult?

How many of the replies here are going to be dog barks at "liberals", "leftists", "globalists" and crazy insane rants, rather than a rational vision for the future?

That's a brilliant tactic!!!!
Insult people and then point out that the replies will be dog barks.

It's as manipulatively brilliant as the RawStory.

You do bring up an interesting point however.
The Left/Right paradigm is just an example of cognitive dissonance on both sides.
How much of that is based on emotional mindset is a valid question.

An analysis as simple as calling the other side 5 year olds probably isn't one that deserves much merit however.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:41 AM
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originally posted by: C0bzz
a reply to: SprocketUK

Probably because Brexit is stupid. Your country has done a laughable job of conducting itself in its feeble attempts to "Brexit" and it will harm the health and economy of Britain.


You sound more like a 5 year old with your grade school comments.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:44 AM
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originally posted by: Deetermined
a reply to: C0bzz

Democrats are the ones with "emotionally needy" followers. Everything revolves around social issues with them without any consideration regarding tax payers' money.

I burst out in laughter at that part, who is it again that ran around smashing stuff and screamed at the sky when Trump won? The emotional patterns displayed by this psychiatrist are what you'll find in Hillary supporters, it's a good display of conceited double-speak with no real substance, with the only goal being to upset Trump supports by comparing them to children, which is itself very low brow and childish.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:53 AM
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a reply to: angeldoll

They weren't crumbs to me. The rich people aren't my business, nor are they yours or anyone else's. I wouldn't care if they save $10,000,000.00. I don't make enough to save $10,000,000.00 like they do. What I got helped me, as did my raise.

Did you cry about the stimulus check obama handed out in 2009?



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 10:57 AM
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originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: C0bzz

I stopped reading at "Yale psychiatrist", lol.


Damn. You beat me by 11 minutes. I don't know why anyone would take something serious when it comes from Yale "psychiatrists" anymore. Yale and Harvard and all those other "elite" schools have shown their true colors over the past decade. I wouldn't send my kids there if the school itself paid me the money.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 11:13 AM
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And it takes college age children and grown up children to automatically understand the Yale psychiatrist 😀

The same ones are big Democrat supporters too !! 😆




posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 11:27 AM
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How many of the replies here are going to be dog barks at "liberals", "leftists", "globalists" and crazy insane rants, rather than a rational vision for the future?


Save it, you people lost any right to lecture us or even speak to us (unless it is a total and unconditional apology/admission of being 100% wrong) with the bull# you all have pulled over the last 2 years.

Your kind makes me nauseous.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 11:32 AM
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Then don't dish it out if you can't take it.

Oh lawdy there's 1 post decrying Trump voters as awful compared to the 30+ posts rife with libtard bashing.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 11:34 AM
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This is classic - liberals projecting their illness onto those that support the person who triggered their illness.



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 11:37 AM
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a reply to: C0bzz

Have you forgotten the following:

Bizarre Russian conspiracy theories

Insane/hysterical "collusion" delusion assertions

Accusing Trump voters of being "Russian robots" in typical hysterical, liar, no-credibility, jealous leftist fashion.

Implying "Kremlin agents" were hiding under beds, closets and in the toilet tank.

Disputing what your hero Obama said, and claiming elections are suddenly vulnerable - then impenetrable - then vulnerable again - then impenetrable and then vulnerable.. depending whether or not it suits your lying narratives. HYPOCRISY! DOUBLE TALK!

Your labeling of all conservatives as Nazis

Your intentional misrepresentation of nationalists who are white as white supremacists

Your ignorance of black supremacist/separatist violence

Your visible double standards RE: law & order

Your apologies for violent leftist terrorist socialist/commie antifa scum

You people's support for dirty communist filth

Your excusing leftist lies, hypocrisy, crimes and treason.

^^Talk about behaving like a 5 year old child.

I will never stop supporting Trump no matter what happens. Even if just to spite leftist garbage, and give them one more giant slap in the face. Further, I will continue to oppose all forms of leftism (regardless of personal opinion) just to torpedo the disgusting left. I can't predict the future, we may well not emerge obviously victorious.... but you certainly won't either.

At the end of the day, there's more of us than there is of you. And regardless of what happens with the government, we control the Supreme Court for at least 40 more years. So enjoy living under the REAL AMERICAN style of government, where the Constitution rules not some disgusting worthless unwanted "democracy" and if you all don't like it Get. Out.

We are smarter than the socialist. We are stronger than the socialist. We are better than socialist garbage. We are American Patriots, and it doesn't get any better, brighter or more capable than that.

Stand tall patriots. These planned leftist provocations orchestrated by treasonous agitators and provocateurs is being exposed more and more every day. Hang in there, just a little longer. And as always, trust the plan.
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posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 11:59 AM
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originally posted by: angeldoll

originally posted by: Graysen
the elites hate trump because he isn't elite; the hate people who voted for trump because they aren't the elite.

Basically, C0bzz/sillyoleme is virtue signaling that he ought to be accepted into the elite because he hates poor people, too.

"trump has done nothing".... Except deliver the biggest tax cut for workers in a decade and a half. Pelosi said those were "just crumbs".

I guess the are crumbs from when the democrats let us eat cake.


Uh oh. Hope you are taking care of your nicer house and nicer boat, and appreciate your finer expensive schools!
Mr. Elite.






By the way, Pelosi was right. Compared to the tax cuts he gave the very wealthy, the cuts for his "elite", were in fact just crumbs.


Yeah, proving my point: the focus is never on the working class. It's as if they don't exist in and of themselves. Trump has helped other people more than he has helped me. Just like every politician always.

But he has helped me.

Which makes it more in my interest, and in the interests of people like me to support trump over his enemies left and right.

So it's your move; go ahead and tell me that supporting trump is not really in my interests--that should solidify your application for acceptance among the elite



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 12:25 PM
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a reply to: C0bzz

I think Identity Politics, either left or right, is based on emotion.

People defend strangers on TV as if criticism of that person is challenge to their very own self-identity, which people will defend to the death.

It is why politicians appeal to emotion in the first place.

This thread and most of it's posts stand as a good example of how citizens are successfully exploited. Lots of triggering, anger and vitriol.



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posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 01:13 PM
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trying to work on a post called "Hatred of Trump is based on emotional patterns most people outgrow by their sophomore year of college." But I have to get back to work. Trump hating supervisor watching me.


I just have to publicly say that the "Grammar Cat" avatar used by LSU 2018 cracks me up every time I look at it. I don't particularly like cats. But that one is just adorable in its objectionable-ness. way to go!



And that's coming from a Sassenach!
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posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 01:13 PM
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Awe poor dear was she one of the individuals crying on Killaries shoulder and couldn't believe her cognative dissonance?

Sad times when a highly educated person like herself goes full retard!



posted on Dec, 6 2018 @ 01:18 PM
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originally posted by: C0bzz

Yale psychiatrist explains how devotion to Trump is based on emotional patterns most people grow out of by age five

Raw Story: In your opinion, what are the emotions driving Donald Trump’s base?

Bandy X. Lee: The sense of grandiose omnipotence that he displays seems especially appealing to his emotionally-needy followers. No matter what the world says, he fights back against criticism, continues to lie in the face of truth, and above all is still president. What matters is that he is winning, not whether he is honest or law-abiding. This may seem puzzling to the rest of us, but when you are overcome with feelings of powerlessness, this type of cartoonish, exaggerated force is often more important than true ability. This is the more primitive morality, as we call it, of “might makes right,” which in normal development you grow out of by age five.

But, in this case, Trump appeals to that childlike degree of emotional development? Why?

Strongman-type personalities are very appealing in times of socioeconomic or political crisis, as the population is less able to think rationally but is rather overcome with fear, or desire to draw strength from fantastical ideas. This happens to normal people in times of stress, or to people whose development has been stunted because of emotional injury. The problem is, the person who promises the impossible and states, “I alone can fix it,” and gives himself an A+ on his performance, is not a strong person who can deliver but the opposite. So Mr. Trump’s “base“ looks for someone to rescue them and their intense yearning does not allow them to see through his deception, while Mr. Trump senses better than anyone their needs (they are his) and makes use of them for his own benefit—even as he disdains his supporters for being so gullible. In this manner, they fulfill each other’s emotional needs in a mutually unhealthy way.

www.rawstory.com...



This is absolutely true. From browsing ATS, the majority of pro-Trump posts here are simply rants at so called "liberals" without any regard for the truth. Rather than looking towards the future, it's "make america great again". Rather than have an actual vision, they simply bark like dogs at "liberals". Rather than face the truth, they lie and make it sound like they are "winning".

In reality they are emotionally needy. Weak. Fragile. And terrified of losing their power.

The question is to the reader. Are you a 5 year old or are you an adult?

How many of the replies here are going to be dog barks at "liberals", "leftists", "globalists" and crazy insane rants, rather than a rational vision for the future?


I find it hilarious that people are getting paid to do studies on why people support trump.

I'd say that is more of a 5 year old response than supporting someone you believe in.



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