“Fear The Majoritarian Mob” – WSJ On The Left’s “Great Nazi Scare Of 2017”

Wednesday, August 23, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Aug 23, 2017

As we noted previously, “normal Americans are bored by the fake drama” surrounding Charlottesville that has stoked what Kurt Schlichter called the media’s ‘Nazigasm’…

“The establishment’s tactic is to paint anyone they dislike as Nazis and any ideas its members oppose as hate speech...The media is running with it…Even after a week, CNN is still quivering and writhing in an earth-shattering Nazigasm.”

Taking a break from Twitter and the media for a week to go be with normal people gave me an interesting perspective that I don’t get when I’m surrounded by others invested in politics. None of them care.

The exact number of times I heard normal people mention Nazis was zero. No one normal was talking about it, except on the occasional big screen I passed in my travels. No one normal was paying attention to the Wolf Blitzers or the Rachel Maddows. Everyone normal was living their lives, and this fake moral meltdown had no part in them. The fact that the whole thing is so ridiculous doesn’t help it gain traction. Donald Trump is a lot of things, but a Nazi is not one of them.

And the idea that when there are two sets of idiots facing each other you can’t point out that both sets of idiots are idiots just doesn’t ring true.

Normal people are blessedly free of the little taboos that the establishment seeks to impose, like the one that forbids pointing out that the alt left is just as scummy and slimy as the alt right. The general feeling among normals is “A pox on both your basements.”

But Schlichter is not alone. The Wall Street Journal’s Holman Jenkins – who we are sure is now facing heresy charges, bans from Google, and an inbox full of hate-mail – dares to speak up about The Great Nazi Scare of 2017…

The Rest…HERE

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