Curtis Dahlgren
Cognitive disconnects: Outlandish 'stuff' D-voters claim to believe
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By Curtis Dahlgren
July 11, 2022

Note: Originally published on January 8, 2022

"Only a nation on its knees can stand up to its enemies." – author unknown

NONE SO BLIND AS THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE, said a man in the early 1700s. Nothing new to see here, is there? I've been making a list of outlandish statements by unrepentant Biden voters, such as:

  • "The border is not open. People still have to go through the process" [When you can wade across the Rio Grande, not row, and there is no border, it's an open border; many just skip the "process.]

  • "There is no connection between a bonus to stay on unemployment and the unfilled jobs situation." [even Governor Evers has said.]

  • "Connecting Joe Biden to a 50 percent increase in gas prices is a conspiracy theory" [People who say that got Fs in economics 101.]

  • "Your friendly local public school is not teaching Critical Race Theory" [we now call it "Keeping 'em on the Plantation."]

  • "The Democrats are trying to save 'democracy'"! [Only just not the democracy John Kennedy would recognize today.]

  • "There was enough fraud to affect the 2020 election." [So next time we'll make sure there's a lot more of it.]

  • "The January 6th Committee is only trying to find out the facts." [So they can hide them.]

  • "The months-on-end BLM riots were 'understandable'; Jan 6 was Pearl Harbor on steroids" [Milk it for all it's worth, Uncle Joe.]

  • "Holding Jan 6 protestors for a year without trials is the new normal for policing in America" [Amerika, the USSA?]

AND FINALLY, FROM FACEBOOK"

  • "Unapproved covid medicines can be harmful to your health" [If you survive the Establishment's protocols.]

  • "It is a conspiracy theory if you say that there may be something conspiratorial about the origin, treatments, and lockdowns re the virus" [huh?]

P.S. You can probably think of other "white lies" and red herrings by the Establishment [the people who told us not to trust the Establishment in the 1960s and 70s.]

PPS: Only a nation on its knees before the Establishment is truly sane [Orwell paraphrased.]

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Curtis Dahlgren

Curtis Dahlgren is semi-retired in southern Wisconsin, and is the author of "Massey-Harris 101." His career has had some rough similarities to one of his favorite writers, Ferrar Fenton... (more)

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