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Liberals Can’t Stop Talking About Trump’s Mental Health

Ever since President Donald Trump announced his candidacy for the 2016 election, the left wing media has been losing its collective hive mind.

For one thing, if you’re in a conflict, how do you know you’re the good guy? You know you’re the good guy when there are rules to how you’ll fight and there are no rules by which your opponent will abide.

So, let’s say you’re in a stone-throwing battle with your neighbor and things escalate to the point where he goes inside to get his gun. He’s violating the necessary force condition which is kind of a given that people should learn by the time they are four years old. That’s what rough and tumble play is for.

You couldn’t get a better example than the fact that Hillary Clinton admonished Trump to accept the result of the election, and then did the exact opposite of accepting the results when she lost. You’re allowed to take a moment to revel in the delicious irony of her having lost despite all of the massive cheating she did.

Another way you can tell you’ve got the moral high ground in a fight is when your opponent keeps using the same tactic over and over — kind of like how Brian Stelter keeps yammering on about Trump’s mental health.

Mark Dice has more on how this one trick pony has only one thing to say.

~ Liberty Video News


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