What my Progressive Facebook friends are reading and saying

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Progressive Facebook feeds reveal delusion and hysteria

My Progressive Facebook friends’ feeds remind me that there are two Americas: mine, which is reality-based and conservative, versus theirs, which is delusional, paranoid, angry, and threatening. I thought I’d give you a look-see at what I routinely find on my real-me Facebook feed. Here’s the detritus I picked up from a stroll down my feed:

This sad Native American poster is meant to show Trump supporters are hypocrites, but I think it’s very insightful: America did bad things to the Indians, we’ve repented, and now we want to make darn sure no one else does these things to us. Learning from experience sounds smart to me.
Somehow the people complaining about this were never upset about the $85 million dollars we eventually spent on Obama family vacations, including having the kids tag along on “business” trips.
I wonder why the article doesn’t mention that Democrats asked DeVos to answer well over 1,400-1,600 questions in a matter of days. That’s an invitation to picayune errors.
You can see Lakoff’s resistance tactics below:
Doesn’t Tactic 1 make it sound as if the Democrats are confusing President Trump with Voldemort? Oh, wait, they’re not confused. They mean to do so.

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