For those of us that like to observe human interactions, whether it is in comment sections, chat forums, social media or even then examples caught on video, there seems to be an "anger" problem where something will occur and someone will get "triggered" and act in a way that can be diplomatically described as a severe overreaction, or if one is a little more blunt, their response is an indication of some type of mental issue.
While anger is not a political issue, we all get angry over something or other, there does seem to be a huge difference between conservatives and liberals in regards to their reactions over triggering issues.
PHYSICAL ATTACKS, PARANOIA, AND PUBLIC MELTDOWNS
For example, when was the last time you heard of a conservative physically attacking a liberal over an item of clothing or because of their political affiliation? Yet, each month there are local news stories, some of which get national attention where liberals are attacking innocent citizens over a red Make America Great Again hat.
Granted, this is Portland we are talking about where the radical left group Antifa practically owns the streets, and the couple deliberately decided to have the man wear the hat to see "what kind of reaction it would generate," but people should be able to wear whatever they want, where they want, because this is America and free speech is guaranteed, including clothing choices, according to the courts.
This is the type of over-the-top behavior we have been noticing more and more of throughout the nation, where just seeing law enforcement officers sitting peacefully in a Starbucks, having coffee, triggers someone so much they make a stink and somehow the establishment, Starbucks, thinks the appropriate response is to ask the police to move or leave, rather than the triggered freak?
Or when a gentlemanly act of trying to help a liberal op-ed writer for Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Narratively, BuzzFeed, take her luggage down from a compartment on an airplane, has her so up in arms that she tweets "Saying, “No thank you, I got it,” to the middle-aged white man on the airplane who offered—and began—to take my suitcase out of the overhead compartment for me was a quickly calculated act of resistance."
After over 30K comments in her thread made it clear that she sounded like an ungrateful witch, she then claimed it was "tongue-in-cheek," and of course she is a "victim" because some of those responding were big ole meanieheads to her.
Before moving along with other examples, let us take a look at what almost anyone would call a serious anger problem. The claim from the video title is this woman was denied a "McFlurry," at McDonalds, but since their is no context or related articles, I have no clue if that claim is correct, but what we can say, definitively, is this woman needs some serious help.
Next up, a band called Confederate Railroad is facing backlash because of their name and decor, where triggered liberals are forcing venues to cancel their upcoming performances with the claim that logo that depicts a steam train flying dual Confederate flags and is “a symbol of division and racism.”
We use this example because the band's singer, Danny Shirley, offers the perfect response to the idiocy that has infected half the nation:
"I am who I am. We do what we do. I’ve been performing for more than 43 years and, hell, I’ve never seen anything like this,” he said. “Through that time me and the boys have been out playing for and connecting with audiences around the world with everyone having a good time. That’s what brings people together.”
“Lately, there have been a few officials who decided they didn’t want anyone to see us. But I’ve truly been humbled and overwhelmed by the outcry from the fans and our fellow artists saying they really do want to see us,” he continued. “Look, if you don’t want to come see us, that’s your choice. We’re listening to you. You’ll just miss out on a damn good time. To the fans who have stuck with us over the years though, thank you very much! You know who we are. We look forward to seeing you again soon.”
“I am who I am. We will keep doing what we do. The name of my band ain’t gonna change,” Shirley concluded. “If you’ve never seen us before, maybe this is the time to come out and see what this is all about.”
That ladies and gentlemen is how every company, organization and person should be responding to the triggered nation, where every joke, every song, every word written is somehow a reason for extreme rage.
BOTTOM LINE - THE SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT AND 'SNOWFLAKE' BEHAVIOR IS GETTING WORSE
There is no better, clear example of the sense of entitlement and "snowflake" behavior getting worse, than the recent Democrat Socialist 2019 annual meeting, which frankly was treated by conservatives as more of an entertainment than anything else, but the mindset, the constant reference to "comrades," and the mentality of insisting that everyone should tailor their "chattering," actions (no clapping because it causes anxiety!), and the sheer childishness of the attendees, should be a wake up call to everyone.
Exit Question: If this group of people, supposedly all on the same side, cannot stop triggering each other, how on earth do they deal with the real world without being triggered morning, noon and night?
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