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…The President’s vulgar animus proves the charge that at least half the country is a lynch mob.

Of course, the most interesting feature of this neurotic zeitgeist is the displacement dynamic among the political Left as its frantic virtue-signaling attempts to distract everybody else in the room from its own dark and shameful emotions about the composition of American culture. As a born-and-bred Boomer (ex-)liberal from Manhattan’s Upper East Side, I can assure you from direct experience that this group has, at best, ambiguous feelings about the lower orders of mankind — my Gawd, did he actually say that? — and, at worst, a certain unmanageable contempt that stirs deep fears of moral failure. …



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From the WP:

One Norwegian official in Brussels deadpanned that the country might consider changing its official tourism slogan from “Powered by Nature” to “Not a Sh*thole,” before saying that the whole situation was a bit awkward.

Norwegians on social media also questioned the attractiveness of immigrating to a country without free health care, paid parental leave or gun control
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Not a Sh*thole
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… and “stable genius” verified, to boot!
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From https://www.lewrockwell.com/political-theatre/sht-holes/ :

“[I]magine if there was this much media outrage when a president bombs a fairly decent country and turns it into a third world “sh*thole?”
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That is absolutely hysterically funny, Bear. Thanks.
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