Anderson Cooper continued his streak of horrible programming while interviewing Paul Cruickshank about the deadly terrorist attack in Manchester last night.

These reporters need to get a grip and face some level of reality. Between their loyalty to false liberal narratives and their collective suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome, these “journalists” are in a warped state of mind.

Rather than addressing the Islamic terrorists who are slaughtering innocent lives around the globe, they’d rather delude themselves with far-fetched theories that help them stay safe in their moon bat bubbles. But what they are failing to realize is that in the eyes of ISIS jihadists, no one is safe. Not progressive Democrats or conservative Republicans. Not gays in Florida or children in Manchester. Not black or white or any color in between. The President put it best in his recent speech in Saudi Arabia.

Terrorists do not worship God, they worship death. … This is not a battle between different faiths … this is a battle between good and evil.

Well said indeed.



  1. Liberals really are mentally ill … This explains them.

    The Dunning-Kruger effect, named after David Dunning and Justin Kruger of Cornell University, occurs where people fail to adequately assess their level of competence — or specifically, their incompetence — at a task and thus consider themselves much more competent than everyone else. This lack of awareness is attributed to their lower level of competence robbing them of the ability to critically analyse their performance, leading to a significant overestimation of themselves.
    In simple words it’s “people who are too stupid to know how stupid they are”.
    The inverse also applies: competent people tend to underestimate their ability compared to others; this is known as impostor syndrome.
    The principle is illustrated indirectly by the common saying that “I’ve learned enough about ________ to know what I don’t know.” The implication is that someone who hasn’t learned much about the subject would have no appreciation for how much there is to learn about it, and so might grossly overestimate their level of understanding.
    If you have no doubts whatsoever about your competence, you could just be that damn good. On the other hand…