Democrat projection exposes their guilt in framing Trump
What we have with the Democrats right now is a textbook case of psychological projection – they are accusing Donald Trump of every dirty, illegal trick they themselves have been employing, first to fix the 2016 presidential election, and then, when that failed, to destroy his presidency.
“Psychological projection,” the Internet says, “is a defense mechanism people subconsciously employ in order to cope with difficult feelings or emotion.”
Like, for instance, rage about losing the 2016 presidential election fair and square.
“(It) involves projecting undesirable feelings or emotions onto someone else, rather than admitting to or dealing with the unwanted feelings.”
On Thursday night, President Trump authorized the attorney general, William Barr, to declassify any documents needed to show how the Obama administration weaponized the entire federal government in its attempt to effect a coup against the elected president of the United States.
The Deep State, which now includes 98 percent of what was once called the mainstream media, immediately went into projection overdrive.
This is from a Democrat stenographer named Nicholas Confessore who appeared on MSNBC:
“What we now have here is the full weight of law enforcement of the US government being deployed against the president’s perceived enemies.”
This corrupt New York Times hack is precisely describing what happened… in 2016, when his hero Barack Obama was president, and Trump was the perceived enemy. Classic projection. But it gets even more absurd.
“This entire investigation is coming out of a fever swamp conspiracy about Peter Strzok… In some ways, he’s probably the best friend that Donald ever had in Washington.”
Even by the debased standards of the New York Times, this is very fake news.
I mean, in the text messages this bent fed Strzok sent to his FBI gal pal, which the crooked G-men initially claimed had been deleted (sound familiar?), Trump’s alleged best friend said, among other things, that the corrupt Hillary Clinton should win “100,000,000 to nothing.” On a trip to Tidewater Virginia, visiting a Walmart, Strzok sneered to his married girlfriend that he could “smell” the Trump supporters.
And as early as 2017, in some pillow talk, Strzok conceded that Russia was a big hoax – “there is no there there.” But he was still willing to frame the new president. It was a good career move.
Back to this Confessore “reporter”:
“He was doing his job and in fact almost all of these guys were doing their jobs at the FBI, at Justice, they’re all kind of authorized to do the work they were doing.”
Exactly. In Obama’s banana republic, corrupt FBI agents like Strzok and his boss Andrew McCabe (whose wife took $700,000 from Hillary-connected political slush funds) were just “doing their jobs.” Because they authorized to broom a legitimate espionage investigation against Hillary Clinton, after which they were assigned to try to frame her GOP opponent for crimes he did not commit.
Are these fellow-traveling media swamp creatures like Confessore so depraved that they cannot see that in 2016, the Democrats were on the verge on imposing a police state on a free people?
Next, Rep. Adam Schiff, from California by way of Framingham. He actually said that any attempt to get the bottom of the failed railroading of the president is “un-American.”
“The president now seems intent on declassifying intelligence to weaponize it,” Schiff said.
Remember, this is the same pencil-necked geek who has claimed for two years that collusion was “hiding in plain sight.” Yet he has never produced a scintilla of evidence. Nor did Robert Mueller and his 18 angry Democrats.
“We are going to expose any abuse,” said Capitol Hill’s leading abuser, “any politicization of intelligence.”
Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.
On Friday, I asked Joe DiGenova, the former US attorney for the District of Columbia, what he made of this latest attempt by the Democrats to point the finger at their victims for exactly the crimes they have been perpetrating.
“It’s Orwellian,” he said. “They are accusing Bill Barr of exactly what they have been doing for the past three years. It’s called projection.”
Back to the dictionary definition of projection:
“Have you ever disliked someone only to become convinced that the person had a vendetta against you?”
Next, David Frum, a Toronto-born Never Trumper. All we need from this lightweight foreign blow-in is the headline of his most recent piece:
“Trump’s Cover-Up Accelerates/ The president directed his attorney general to declassify information – raising the prospect of selective disclosure.”
You mean, selective disclosure like the FBI not telling the FISA court that the dodgy dossier they presented as “verified” was 1) total fiction and disinformation that was 2) bought and paid for Hillary Clinton.
So now the president allows all of this scurrilous Deep State libel to be made public, and this drifter from Canada says full disclosure is a “cover up.”
Jerry Nadler, the Penguin-like Congressman, described his party’s attempted coup as “an imaginary scandal.” John Brennan, the bloated dim-bulb Deep State coat holder who admits to voting Communist in 1976, said Trump was “trampling” on the Constitution, presumably by trying to investigate whether any card-carrying Reds tried to fix the 2016 elections.
Communist Brennan said it was “unprecedented” and for once the incompetent pinko was onto something. If Democrats are finally held accountable for their crimes, it will indeed be… unprecedented.