Alan Keyes Nails It…
There is a bizarre, sophomoric “rah-rah yay team” dynamic in our culture whereby if the guy presented as being on “Team D” with the donkey mascot holds a position the “Team R” fans boo, while if the guy presented as being on “Team R” with the elephant mascot does exactly the same thing, the “Team R” people cheer.
My theory is that this is all a byproduct of the sports culture. People are trained to root for “their team”, no matter who the men are that are playing on the team. So, saying “I’m a Cowboys fan” or “I’m a Red Wings fan” or “I’m a Knicks fan” is the same thing mentally as “I’m a Republican.” It doesn’t matter who the players are, and players get moved around and traded. It doesn’t matter if a player gets accused of rape, or beating his girlfriend or gang-banging.
So long as he is presented as being on “my team”, all is forgiven and we root for “our team.” Most importantly, it doesn’t matter how BAD a team is. You are still expected to root for “your team” no matter how awful they are.
This twisted gang mentality, I am convinced, has been put in place and pushed by the Marxist infiltrators not just to provide a substitute masculinity so that all of the psychologically castrated men in society have a benign outlet for what remaining vestiges of masculinity they yet harbor, but also to condition people to this ridiculous “yay-team” mindlessness.
The reason you don’t hear me talking much about the “election” is because I’m, frankly, beyond all of that. It is pretty clear that it is all fixed, and is nothing more than theater to maintain the illusion that this is somehow still a functioning representative republic.
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