Sticks and stones are totally fine if your words ever hurt my feelings

The Fascism of Feelings crowd set UC Berkeley aflame last night because Milo Yiannopoulos was slated to speak on campus.

Milo came to UC Berkeley armed with a speech.

The Feelings Fascists came armed with weapons.

But they believe Milo is the fascist.

Stop and marvel at the insanity of that.

Remember when as children, we were taught
Sticks and stones may break my bones
But words will never hurt me.

Now, thanks to the Feelings Fascists, that has changed.

Sticks and stones are totally fine
If your words ever hurt my feelings.

The other day, I wrote a brief post about Malia Obama at the Sundance Film Festival.

Some thin-skinned Leftist stumbled across it and left this comment:

You are all sick savages! Calling a young girl names etc!!!

Now, the only name I called Malia Obama was “Malia.” Oh, and I did mention that she’s already a celebrity whore just like Mom and Dad.

So, I’m guessing this Feelings Fascist objected to my referring to Malia as a celebrity whore just like her parents.

And the simple act of writing this makes me not only a savage, but a sick savage.

You get that?

For the Feelings Fascists, calling someone a name is savagery.

Now, had I carved it in Malia’s arm, I’d agree. That would make me a savage.

But writing it in a post at

Sweet merciful Zeus.

I answered her silly comment this way:

Would you rather we set fire to things, smash windows and burn the flag?

Her answer is one endless run-on sentence without any punctuation that is borderline incoherent.

Your wanta be hitler…

“Wanta be” Hitler?” Isn’t that calling someone names? I thought name-calling made you a sick savage.

…sets fire to liberty, honesty and compassion…

See, figuratively setting fires is bad.

Actually setting fires? Meh. Not so much.

…he smashes the windows of those who look in searching for help and understanding…

Figuratively “smashing windows” is bad.

Literally “smashing windows” is “searching for help and understanding.”

Well, I agree with you there, honey. They do need help.

You with her so far? If you are, I worry about you.

…and covers the windows with black paper so no one could see what he and his cohort bannon are up to…

I’m sure you all noticed the black paper on the White House windows.

…and does not honor our great flag that is now hated in more countries because of his actions~

Apparently in her fantasyland, burning the American flag is “honoring” the American flag. But putting America and the American people first is dishonoring the flag.


”Other countries hate us!!!”

But I write a grammatically-correct post with impeccable spelling and I’m a savage who must be called out by someone who never learned punctuation.

Punctuation wasn’t the only thing missing in this hysterical screed.

Examples of how President Trump is setting “fire to liberty, honesty and compassion” are also glaringly absent.

But that would require providing facts. And facts are irrelevant to the Fascism of Feelings.

Though, I bet she was super-proud of her fact-free metaphors that, at the end of the day, made absolutely no sense.

This is what we’re up against, you guys.

President Trump, Milo Yiannopoulos – these two are the fascists because they are hurting the precious little feelings of loons like this commenter.

And the people who are setting fires, smashing property, attacking people with whom they disagree are simply “searching for help and understanding.”

The scene last night in Berkeley looked like Kristallnacht.

Rioters destroyed the campus while the local police and campus security stood back and let it happen.

Just like the police did in Germany on November 9, 1938.

Yet Milo is the “fascist” for having the temerity to give a speech that offends these little creeps.

I call Malia Obama a celebrity whore just like her parents, and I’m a savage.

Yet these barbarians can attack and brutally assault people with impunity for no other reason than they are offended by another person’s words.

Sticks and stones? No problemo.

Words? “You’re a fascist savage, and a wanta be Hitler!!!”

Shutting down free speech is a hallmark of totalitarians.

But it is neither Milo nor Trump who seek to violently silence the opposition.

No. That honor goes to the hateful, despicable cretins who embrace the Fascism of Feelings.

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6 thoughts on “Sticks and stones are totally fine if your words ever hurt my feelings

  • February 2, 2017 at 11:12 am

    Nothing will escape fueling their rage.
    Trump fires an “acting AG” for the simple principle of not following his presidential orders and the left explodes over this too.
    Really? She was an interim. A temp.
    But she happened to be appointed by their messiah Obama, the guy who barred Iraqi refugees for 6 months to NO protest whatsoever.
    I swear, they’re going to use up all their rage in the first month and be left looking ridiculous and uselessly spent the rest of the 3.9 years.
    Then comes re-election…then Pence…
    Oh lawd!

  • February 2, 2017 at 2:18 pm

    Amen, girl! These people don’t seem to be able to see their blatant hypocrisy. Leftism…TRULY a mental disorder.

  • February 2, 2017 at 4:21 pm

    Does not honoring our great flag include not standing to honor it before football games or just burning it?

  • February 2, 2017 at 7:25 pm

    You are a force to be reckoned with. I admire your style and enjoy it when you administer a verbal beating to such deserving debris.

  • February 3, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    Berkeley lacked both well-placed snipers or police armed with rubber bullets sufficient to quell that riot. Also, if the mayor is to be believed, it was a “small minority” that was causing the damage. If they were such a small minority, why couldn’t the larger, peacefully protesting crowd, have put them down?

  • February 5, 2017 at 9:03 am

    Sticks and stones may break my bones…
    but hollow points expand on impact!

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