01-15 Politically Incorrect Daily

Political Memes and Funny Pictures

turned off news watched ted bundy documentary to relax
everyone always feels introverts more talkativer never tell extroverts shut up
studies have shown intelligent people swear more than stupid motherfuckers
you think politicians cowering in fear good for world do tired of pretending not joker
pretty sure mexico building wall bow and paying for it
olive garden italian anderson cooper cnn free
trump supports banned from owning pigeons may be used to communicate with each other
driving alone with facemask like wearing condom alone in bed at home

Social Media Posts of the Day

tweet hannah louise have covid or wine and carbs
tweet jenna peterson hate women can be sexy at 50 when can turn into witch as nature intended

Quotes of the Day

quotes pressley cuomo newsom waters aoc protesters

Definitely Not Politically Motivated

tweet carmine sabia cnn capitol democrats impeached before investigation
tweet joy flick any care trump impeached no due process

Random Thoughts of the Day

Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I crazy?” If you have ever asked yourself that, you’re not crazy. You’re most likely being gaslighted. Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse aimed at controlling a person by altering reality to the point where the person will doubt their own sanity. The term “gaslighting” comes from a 1930’s play called Gas Light. The main character in the play literally tries to drive his wife crazy by gradually dimming the gas-powered lights in their home. When she notices the lights dimming, her husband not only denies that the lights are dimming, he convinces her that she is imagining it to the point where she questions her own sanity.

We’ve seen many examples of gaslighting over the past year, mostly related to the Covid plandemic. The most obvious example I’ve seen in years is the latest craze that Trump is “inciting violence.” No sane person, other than Deep State politicians and media manipulators, can read recent messages from Trump and interpret them as some call to violence, especially when they say word-for-word, “Peaceful protests only” and “no violence or breaking the law.” Most people have to question their own sanity when they read the statements and hear they’re used as justification for mass censorship and impeachment. In other words–gaslighting. Words and phrases somehow don’t have the same meaning as we’ve learned our whole lives. If they were so-called “incitement of violence,” they weren’t very effective. Almost 75 million people voted for Trump, yet only a few hundred broke any laws protesting recently.

We see more gaslighting when we consider the media and Democrats blatant double-standards in regards to protests and disputed elections. Your sanity is tested as you hear the media and Big Tech assure us of election integrity after four years of whining about the 2016 election. You question your sanity when a year filled with BLM, Antifa, and anti-Trump violence, protests, and riots involving 1000 times the number of people as the Capitol protests is treated as if they never even happened, with one small protest now deemed “insurrection.”

You question your own sanity when a year of lockdowns & mask mandates has only produced misery and economic destruction without any noticeable reduction of Covid rates. You see New York and California held as the models for fighting Covid as they far exceed the rates of cases & deaths. Then, you’re called anti-science and censored if you even question the effectiveness of the measures. Gaslighting.

You question your sanity when you hear Big Tech, the media, and liberals complain that Trump is an anti-science fascist, as they push for mass banning of social media accounts, removal of any alternative-thought posts, and the punishing & demonizing of any entire class of people — Trump supporters.

It seems every day the past year has been a new case study in gaslighting. It’s not an accident. It’s become one of the most effective tools of manipulation, supplemented with brainwashing techniques carried out by all major institutions of influence in the country–the media, Big Tech, entertainment, and public education.

Returning to the latest gaslighting incident–Trump’s “incitement” of violence–which do you think is going to cause more anger and potential violence?

1. Trumps’s relatively benign recent statements
2. The massive Big Tech purge of accounts, posts, and platforms. The media double-standards on protests & elections. Joe Biden & Nancy Pelosi calling 75 million Trump voters racists and domestic terrorists. Covid lockdowns, mandates, and other steamrolling of Constitutional rights. Another impeachment process that accomplishes absolutely nothing other than giving another slap in the face to 75 million Americans. Coordinated Deep State efforts to ensure election results are never questioned or audited. And on and on.

Perhaps the biggest test to my own sanity is wondering if some of these people really are stupid enough and living in such an impenetrable bubble that they truly believe Trump words are the cause of the anger? Or is this all 100% part of a plan by the puppetmasters, and I’m just being gaslighted?

watching cnn call dc rioters after 10 months avoiding word owen wilson wow
apple think different and you will be deleted
mitch nancy pelosi impeachment trump inciting violence
joe biden fire department gasoline pump
obama biden holder kamalra calling for violence trump peacefully protest pelosi impeach

Message of the Day

message when you do people wrong it will come back to you maybe not today but is coming

Other Links That May Interest You

Major Twist in US Capitol Storming Might Have Gutted the Democrats’ Narrative on Trump Impeachment
Leftist Journalists Collude With Big Tech To Attack Independent Journalists – Federalist
Do Not Believe These People – Derek Hunter
Barack Obama Meme Gallery
Bernie Sanders Meme Gallery

8 thoughts on “01-15 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. Thanks for your explanation of gaslighting. Now I know that the lights are dimming, and it is not a reflection of my sanity. However, with regard to your meme about swearing, I may have offset any dimming that has occurred because I’ve sworn so much during this post-election year that I’m certain my IQ has increased by at least 100 points.

  2. Regarding your Random Thoughts of the Day: I would also add: “You question your sanity when they tell you to ‘stand out of the crowd’ and ‘be your own person’ and ‘it doesn’t matter what people think of you’ and ‘we need diversity in our lives’ etc. yet all they do is promote conformity to their ideals and values and if you don’t conform you’re labeled as a dissenter to the left’s official policy on the social order of the world.”

  3. Your “Random Thoughts of the Day” is the best article on gaslighting! Well said. I’m a therapist and work with people who are coming out of abusive relationships where gaslighting is the norm for them. The reason gaslighting is so manipulative is because the manipulator (the left in this case) is a predator and preys on people who are vulnerable to that type of manipulation/abuse (the right in this case).

    My problem with this though is that, just like other predator/prey interactions, the prey isn’t always innocent and I think that the right is also somewhat to blame. What I mean is that, through our inaction, through our refusal to defend ourselves, we end up placating and enabling the left to do this. The left has done this for so long that we accept it as the norm. The right’s temperament is to hand wave it and excuse it and let it slide because we are generally more conflict avoidant than those on the left but that only makes things worse as the left continues to take advantage of our grace and forgiveness. We give them an inch and they take a mile.

    We saw this in the Capital protests. The left gaslighted and what has everyone done on the right? We apologized and hung our heads in shame. We need to stop doing that! We need to stand up to the bully and assertively pronounce that we won’t be shamed or bullied into believing their lies anymore. After the last 8 months of antifa and BLM violence, the left has absolutely NO ground to stand on in criticizing us for protesting for ONE DAY.

    I coach the victims that I work with to be assertive, set boundaries and stand up to the bullies when possible. The right desperately needs to stop placating the people who paint us as the villains. We aren’t the villains. They are!

    • Exactly!
      Study shows 9 out of 10 liberals and conservatives agree….
      Republicans are reprehensible!!
      Bullies are cowards, we all know that. Looking to politicians for leadership is like purposely sabotaging your own future. Standing up to bullies comes at great personal peril, comfortable people (senate republicans for example) are not up for the challenge. We must take on the challenge ourselves. We must become the leader we wish we had…
      Rosa Parks is one of many we can look to for how to’s.. Before she got credited with desegregating buses, she was thrown in jail! and her and her husband were fired from their jobs. Scorned and shunned from society.
      That single brave act had serious immediate and very negative consequences. It emboldened enough others to action, which directed the change, but Rosa herself basically sacrificed her own life for the life of others, others she didn’t know, others who may not have deserved it.., Bravery is the absence of selfishness. Bravery is conviction that cannot be diluted. We are not history books, the clarity of the situation only comes when the dust has settled. So we do not have the luxury of understanding, we must stand against the wrong because our gut and instincts told us to, not because we were given permission or had a chance to research the subject.., Allow yourself to get that queasy feeling, your face feeling hot, your organs quivering….you feel like you may pop from being so far out of your comfort zone, but you look totally normal… keep proceeding into that feeling until it’s not so scary, until it doesn’t feel so extreme. And then you’ll have completed your transformation from complicit and scared to courageous and resolute.
      Bravery is not the absence of fear, it is the presence of courage!!
      It takes a keen mind and veracious appetite for truth with an unwavering moral compass. If you have this bravery, encourage others to develop theirs. If you don’t have it yet, all you have to do is try, and keep moving forward! Go team!!

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