The Dolchstoßlegende, by Eric Peters

President Trump might have won the election if he had asserted himself and not gone along with the so-called experts on Covid-19. From Eric Peters at

An interesting thing happened after I posted the little notice about not having much luck getting people who use anti-social media (e.g., Twitter and Facebook) to start using Parler instead. I more than doubled the followers I had there.

And then another interesting thing happened.

I just lost about a third of them, overnight. After I posted my Orange Fail column. Apparently one cannot speak ill of the Orange Man on Parler without the Parler room getting emptier. That’s fine; people have every right to stay or go, as they prefer. I just think it’s an interesting commentary on the affliction which afflicts both sides of the aisle.

The left cannot deal with diversity of opinion . . .  and neither can the right.

Just as one must worship at the altar of BLM and Wokeness if one wishes to remain in the good graces of the left, so also one must prostrate oneself before the radiant orange glow, even if now much diminished and on the verge of being extinguished.

Was the election stolen? Sure, probably – it seems likely. But the Orange Man helped steal it. Shall we count the ways?

The most fundamental way was by agreeing with Sickness Psychosis. By letting Pope Fauci XVII become the president. The Orange Man just stood there – for months – while the ultimate swamp creature lectured and terrorized Americans. The Orange Man is not only complicit in this terrorizing of the populace, the man was apparently not smart enough to see that Sickness Psychosis was the means by which “the steal” was arranged.

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One response to “The Dolchstoßlegende, by Eric Peters

  1. Politicians are slippery folk. They know the danger of asserting a strong position as that just informs their enemies how to attack them.

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