The Fictional World of the Resistance

Fictional world of the Resistance

I think we’ve zeroed in on the fundamental problem with the so-called ResistanceLOL.

They live in a fictional world.

I happened to stumble across this tweet the other day.

Odd how he doesn’t suggest they read anything factual, isn’t it?

“Read these works of fiction then go vote.”

So much for an informed electorate.

Frankly, I’m surprised he didn’t add any of the Harry Potter books to that list.

These guys live in a fictional world which explains why they have so much trouble living in the world as it is.

We used to call this “delusional.”

See, if I wanted to encourage an informed electorate, I would suggest they read “Basic Economics” by Thomas Sowell. Or maybe the Federalist Papers.

And, as much as I can’t stand his condescending Never Trump antics, I would also recommend Jonah Goldberg’s “Liberal Fascism.”

Hell, toss in “US Constitution for Dummies” while we’re at it. (Known by Kamala Harris as “That Book You Carry for Dummies.”)

But that would require a willingness to confront the world as it is.

And these idiots live in a fictional world.

Yeah. Okay.

Hey, how about you keep that duct tape on your mouths permanently.

In the Real World, the Supreme Court is the branch of government that was given the least amount of power over the people.

But in the fictional world of the ResistanceLOL, one Supreme Court nominee will … how do they put it?

Oh, honey. “A Handmaid’s Tale” is a work of fiction.

Come back into the real world, sweets.

What do you expect when, to these idiots, “Fire and Fury” constitutes a work of non-fiction? When their reaction to every legislative or executive action is to claim we all will die?

These people are worse than the Trekkies because even Trekkies dressing up like Klingons know that “Star Trek” wasn’t real.

“A Handmaid’s Tale” isn’t non-fiction – nor is it a prophesy.

It’s a ploddingly boring novel made into a bombastic television series that exploits the naïveté, victim culture and self-centeredness of modern-day feminists.

But as I’ve said before, educating yourself is both time-consuming and hard. So those on the Left opt for comfortable ignorance.

And in that ignorance, they embrace fiction rather than fact and histrionics over history.

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2 thoughts on “The Fictional World of the Resistance

  • September 8, 2018 at 11:11 am

    These are the same idiots that go to a college Literature class and are taught that apply 21st century feminist theory to Jane Austen. They tear apart usually great works of fiction to see what the author was “trying to say” by applying their liberal logic to it. They have no idea that most authors wanted to just tell a story to make money. When we talked about things back when I was a young thing in college, it was symbolism and what was going on at the time the author wrote this. Now we have to apply 21st century liberalism to everything! No, it has to have some other meaning that they can twist to make a point for themselves. No wonder they are so ignorant about our government and society at large.
    If they actually paid attention they would see the real threat to women is Islam. Now that’s a religion that will turn them into baby-vessels and make them wear ugly dresses to cover their bodies. That’s a religion that is harmful to women. But they are ignorant. Willfully ignorant.

  • September 8, 2018 at 4:36 pm

    I wonder what they would do to “The Great Gatsby”

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