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Yeah we all thought leftists were not stupid

It's not just the Maxines of the democratic party that are stupid.

Nobelist Krugman has been frequently proven wrong.

Harvard University professor Lawrence Lessig drew up a chain of events leading to Hillary becoming president -- long after Trump had become president!

Well, if they do remove Trump (and ignoring the subsequent civil war), "religious terminator" Pence would be the president. After Pence, it would be Ryan, Hatch, Pompeo, Mnuchin, Mattis, Sessions ... and it would all be automatic!

Leftists hide their stupidity under "elitist" fluff. Pompous words. Like the ones obama and hillary speak.

Stupidity means they make bad decisions every day.

For example, the de-platforming of Alex Jones ... "a catastrophic mistake that has made Jones into a martyr." The left thought it was sending a warning to conservatives, but all that the de-platforming of Jones did was reveal the HYPOCRISY of, and ABUSE OF POWER by, Silicon Valley oligarchs.

Many on the left possess sheets of shining paper called Degrees ... but they don't have the WISDOM that their "opponents" have.

How then did we come to think that conservatives were stupid? The left powerfully uses this tactic: Be the first to blame your opponent of what is wrong about you. The historically racist democrats successfully framed conservatives, who set the slaves free, as racist.

If you successfully frame your opponent as stupid, you are automatically perceived as smart. As long as you have one proof. When Venezuela-like-socialism "expert" Ocasio-Cortez was questioned about a statement she made, she indicated that she has a Degree in Economics.

Ocasio-Cortez is another interesting case for use in stupid-or-smart debates. Meanwhile, conservatives are thanking God for giving Ocasio-Cortez to the democratic party!


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