Dems Do Not Need Max Factor to Manufacture a Cover Up

| Opinion | May 30, 2019

Clearly Nancy Pelosi and her sycophant buddies do not need Max Factor to manufacture a news-dominating cover up.

The Democrats seem unable to stop engaging in what psychology identifies as “projection.”

From Wikipedia: “Psychological projection is a defense mechanism in which the human ego defends itself against unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others. For example, a person who is habitually rude may constantly accuse other people of being rude. It incorporates blame shifting.”

I do not use the word sycophant lightly. From Google Definitions:

“Noun: sycophant; plural noun: sycophants.


A person who acts obsequiously toward someone important in order to gain advantage.

Synonyms: toady, creep, crawler, fawner, flatterer, flunkey, truckler, groveller, doormat, lickspittle, kowtower, obsequious person, minion, hanger-on, leech, puppet, spaniel, Uriah Heep; (informal) bootlicker, yes-man, brown-nose; (informal) suck-up; (vulgar) slang arse-licker, arse-kisser; (vulgar) slang suckhole.”

Recently, every major news source and virtually all elected Democrats and talking heads, except for Fox News, referred to the disaster happening on our southern borders as a “Manufactured Crisis” by President Trump. Democrats who are failing to work with Trump to enact laws that will deal with the vile human and drug trafficking are more than complicit. The Democrats who are failing to fund resources to deal with the hundreds of thousands illegally crossing our borders are complicit. Democrats refusing to enact laws that better deal with immigrants fraudulently calling for asylum are complicit. These are all examples of the Democrats being the ones who have manufactured a crisis.

We are experiencing the march of the projecting sycophants’ lack of action, manufacturing one crisis after another. Now led by Nancy Pelosi, one projecting sycophant after another are accusing President Trump, without specificity, of covering up a crime that a two-year $35 million investigation proved his campaign did not commit. Their claim is loosely based on the president balking at their re-litigating Mueller’s investigation. They wish to call back those who, at great expense, have already given hundreds of hours of testimony and 1.5 million documents. It appears they wish to destroy their lives. The Democrats being unable to let go is almost reminiscent of demonic possession. Haven’t you noticed the change in demeanor and expression of Schiff, Pelosi and Nadler?

Why is it that those projecting sycophants who claim they are searching for truth balk at AD Barr examining how these disproven charges began?

Since his campaign began, Democrats have had knee-jerk opposition to any policy that Trump endorses. Nancy Pelosi has offered an extreme example when she suggested that Democrats are not impeaching the president because he wants to be impeached.

Expect the president to adapt by beginning a campaign promoting the tearing down of the southern walls, increasing taxes, more regulations and expanding Medicare for all. Mitch McConnell will have conservative bills supported by the Democrats on the president’s desk in days, which he will reluctantly sign.

Seeing his work not yet finished, President Trump will endorse Adam Schiff for President after which the Congressman will be forcibly expelled from the House. Not yet finished, Trump will call for the end of the Electoral College. The Democrats will respond by repealing the 17th Amendment to the Constitution.

Finally, President Trump will call for changing our education to one modeled on the Hitler Youth programs. Immediately the Democrats will call for School Choice, returning authority over our children’s education to their parents as advocated by the SchoolChoice2020.org initiative.

The former Socialist Democrats will be hailed as the most constitutional in history.

Job well done, President Trump; the Constitution’s good and faithful servant!

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About Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith is a graduate of UCLA and has lived and worked in the Los Angeles area his entire life. In 2010 and 2012 he was the Republican Party endorsed candidate running against longtime incumbent Xavier Becerra, for the House of Representatives in the United States Congress. He admits to having a bias in favor of our Nation's founding principles. Stephen can be contacted at smith4liberty@outlook.com

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