(Tea Party PAC) – It is amazing how much the left has had to suspend reality in order to perpetuate their relentless quest to compare Trump to a dictator.
People who you would think would be some of the brightest, most sound minds in our nation have all the argumentative technique of a hysterical high school girl who has been passed over for the prom by the star quarterback.
This week, Yale Law School Professor, a title which used to indicate the bearer was educated, intelligent, and reasonable, Emily Jane O’Dell argued on Twitter that life in the Soviet Union was better than life under President Trump.
I’ll give you a minute to let that sink in. Please try to resist the urge to bang your head into the nearest wall.
Campus Reform reports that O’Dell claims that, after having spoken with many people who lived under the Soviet Union that all of them argue their quality of life is better than it is now.
Did she only speak to members of the nomenklatura, the Soviet elite?
“Every single person I have I [sic] asked in Central Asia (and Eastern Europe) over the past decade and a half has said life was better under the Soviets — 100 percent,” O’Dell tweeted.
Perhaps it is indicative of this woman’s sense of reality that her expertise, as a law professor, is…Islamic law. Did she get life in modern-day Yemen mixed up with life under Trump? Lord only knows.
Dell, who deactivated her Twitter account this week, also claimed that an Ivy League professor told her that “coming to America was the greatest mistake of her life.”
Unsurprisingly, this isn’t the first time that O’Dell has said crazy things on Twitter.
She once argued that all men should be required to attend reeducation camps to prevent another mass shooting.
“Imagine being raised as a white man to have no awareness of (let alone empathy for) others,” O’Dell wrote in a tweet. “Deep down inside they know there’s something fundamental missing–hence all the violence towards others.”
She’s also not the first rabid leftist to compare life in Trump’s America to the Soviet Union.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has also done so.
This is a woman who, in May of 1996, said that the mass-genocide of Iraqi children was “worth it,” by the way.
Lesley Stahl on U.S. sanctions against Iraq: We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright: I think this is a very hard choice, but the price–we think the price is worth it.
She also once said that there was “special place in hell” for women who did not vote for Crooked Hillary. That’s…insane.
Last year, she also compared President Trump’s administration to the Nazi regime, the Soviet communists, and the Marxist regime in Venezuela as well as other “fascist” leaders like Orban in Hungary and Duerte in the Phillippines.
The Nazis, by the way, killed more than 6 million people based on their ethnicity, disabilities, or sexual preference. The Stalin regime, meanwhile, murdered over 9 million of its own citizens.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright tells @FareedZakaria that although fascism begins with a slow erosion of liberty, she believes in the resiliency of democracy. https://t.co/zy6iIrFxTy pic.twitter.com/0cg6IZ3eOW
— CNN (@CNN) April 15, 2018
But sure, that’s just like Trump.
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