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August 22, 2016 -- Sally Kohn may be psychotic. She's hearing and seeing things that are not there. 

Example? Sure. 

Kohn says she hears Donald Trump making racist statements. It's called a 'dog whistle;' a term misappropriated by the far left to convince others their delusions are real. 

You can't actually see or hear them but, believe me, they really do exist. 

What he said was: Voting is rigged. 

What Kohn heard was: "[W]hite male political and cultural power is no longer in ascendance" and Donald Trump is a racist. 

You did hear it, too; didn't you?

Psychosis is characterized by an impaired relationship with reality. And it is a symptom of serious mental disorders. People who are psychotic may have either hallucinations or delusions.

It's a false equivalence – describing a situation of logical and apparent equivalence, when in fact there is none.

'Rigged voting' and 'racism' are not the same; they are not equivalent. 

Let's recap: Leftist don't call their psychosis "psychosis." They call it "dog whistle."

Read Kohn's delusions here ►

What's more, Kohn's article was titled, Among others in American politics who have quietly motivated voters with race.


The far left is now and has always been obsessed with race. They talk about it, obsess over it, and immerse themselves in it. Were it not for race, liberals would have little more to talk about; save, maybe, global warming and their misogynist hatred for women disguised as feminism.

In fact, the most efficient means of shushing a liberal is to tell him (or her or it) to talk about anything but race. They will go silent. 

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