The Democrats are notorious for engaging in Psychological Projection in which they accuse others of doing things or thinking thoughts they themselves do or think, and which are held up to ridicule by most people.
For example, Democrats accused PDT of collusion with Russians to steal the 2016 election. After almost two years of the Mueller investigation the only thing it has proven is that there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian oligarchy in the 2016 election. There was plenty of Hillary Clinton collusion with Russia in fabricating the so-called “Trump Dossier” which was a pack of lies commissioned by Hillary Clinton and written by former British spy Christopher Steele in close consultation with Russian officials.
Democrats accuse Republicans of being racists when Democrat social policies have been described by George Mason University Professor Walter E. Williams, who is black, as doing more harm to blacks in America than anything the grand Kleagle of the KKK could have ever devised. Clearly it is the GOP that sees black people as Americans and the Democrats who as see black people only as objects for votes.
Republicans honor and respect black ethnicity, and have deep empathy for the long suffering of blacks under slavery and Jim Crow, even though over 90% of blacks consistently vote for Democrats. Any black person who reveals that he might have voted for a Republican will be ostracized by Democrats. A black conservative is viewed by today’s Democrats little different than fugitive slaves were viewed by plantation slave owners in the ante-bellum South.
It’s best to keep these and others examples in mind when considering Barack Obama’s remarks at the Economic Club of Chicago this past Thursday:
The former president was speaking at an event thrown by the Economic Club of Chicago at a Hilton hotel when he made the remarks.
Without mentioning the current president, Obama told the gathered audience of 1,800: ‘We have to tend to this garden of democracy or else things could fall apart quickly.
‘That’s what happened in Germany in the 1930s, which despite the democracy of the Weimar Republic and centuries of high-level cultural and scientific achievements, Adolph Hitler rose to dominate.
‘Sixty million people died. So you’ve got to pay attention.’
Cute. If any Republican had made the slightest suggestion of a Hitler comparison to the Obama presidency that Republican’s life would have been in danger. But remember what this is — it’s close if not all the way to psychological projection, which is usually an associated trait of narcissistic personalty disorder. Obama has an abundance of that.
Here some typical responses to Obama’s vitriolic commentary: