|The banal psychotic thinking of the far left sees what does not exist|
and does not see what does exist; such as the tragedy at Benghazi (above).
DAILYKENN.com -- Kris Paronto dared to stray from the banality of psychotic thought prescribed by the far left by challenging Barack Obama's hate speech targeting president Donald Trump.
To the former president, the Benghazi hero wrote,
Benghazi is a conspiracy @BarackObama ?! How bout we do this,let’s put your cowardly ass on the top of a roof with 6 of your buddies&shoot rpg’s&Ak47’s at you while terrorists lob 81mm mortars killing 2 of your buddies all while waiting for US support that you never sent🖕🏼#scum
Paronto was responding to an incendiary and polarizing statement made earlier by Obama:
“The politics of division and paranoia has found a home, unfortunately, in the Republican party. … they’ve embraced wild conspiracy theories by those surrounding Benghazi. Or my birth certificate.”
Twitter promptly zapped Paronto's account denying him the right to free expression and your right to hear and evaluate his views.
The psychotic fantasy paradigm of the far left is held with dogmatic zeal by many who embrace it as if were real. Those who prefer to stray into the light of sane reality are stigmatized as conspiracy theorists.
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