There is something very telling about the way a person handles adversity, stress, or anger. In the case of a great many democrats in America, the way they handle these challenges tells us all we need to know.
Mental fragility comes in many forms. Whether its the lead-not-follow mentality of the millennial democrats, or the pure and unadulterated rage of the Antifa crowd, we certainly see a great deal more of the “bandwagon” effect on the left side of American politics than we do anywhere else. This could have something to do with the fact that their overarching strategy of dividing and conquering the nation’s young people to create left-leaning voters has been relying on an ever-changing smattering of semantics to shame and confuse the rest of us with.
The perfect example of this is the always-expanding LGBTQ abbreviation, that the left has been arbitrarily adding letters, and even symbols to, in order to keep their opponents looking out of touch.
Then there are those on the left who are purely angry at their misfortunes, and are lashing out childishly against those who have different political beliefs. Such is the case of Maxine Waters and Kanye West, the Congresswoman and the celebrity who are finding themselves at odds this week after West took an unexpected turn to the conservative side of life.
Asked by a Politico writer about West, Waters stated, “Kanye West is a very creative young man. … But we also think that sometimes West talks out of turn and perhaps he needs some assistance in helping him to formulate some of his thoughts. We don’t think that he actually means to do harm, but we’re not sure he really understands the impact of what he’s saying, at the time that he’s saying it and how that weighs on, particularly the African-American community – and for young people in general.”
She continued: “I understand that he is getting pushback from a lot of young people on the internet … but we’re hopeful that his creativity will continue to be demonstrated in his work. And I think maybe he should think twice about politics – and maybe not have so much to say.”
“Talks out of turn”? “Maybe not have so much to say”? West’s entire point is that he should be able to speak out in ways Maxine Waters doesn’t like.
This is an unbelievable and inexcusable attempt to shame Kanye, with Waters clearly attempting to create an air of inexperience around the worldly rap superstar.
In addition, the idea that Kanye speaks “out of turn” simply reiterates West’s own recent comments about the democratic party, and how they’ve been working to keep minorities, specifically African Americans, on their proverbial political plantation in order to garner their votes come election time.
West once famously said that George W. Bush “doesn’t like black people”. Well, maybe its time to revisit that concern on the left.