The transference of evil is occurring before our eyes. Here is a bit of wisdom from Dinesh D’Souza, The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left
Some of Sigmund Freud’s most interesting cases involved people who did bad or destructive things and then shifted the blame onto others. Such cases are now standard in psychological literature. Psychologists today are quite familiar with patients who display selfish or vicious behavior and then attribute those qualities to their psychologist. It is also quite common in the course of therapy for patients with a morbid hostility toward a parent or sibling to become morbidly hostile toward the therapist. Following a term coined by Freud, psychologists call this phenomenon “transference.” Transference, in its wrongful assignment of blame and responsibility, is obviously a form of lying. A special case of transference involves “blaming the victim.” In the relevant psychological literature, the perpetrator of some terrible action blames it not on himself but, incredibly, on the victim of the offense.
The Left is currently wallowing in the transference of evil both through Antifa and the Mueller witch hunt. Antifa claims to be fighting fascism but its penchant for violence is more a display of fascism than a fight against it. The Mueller witch hunt for Russian Collusion with the 2016 Trump campaign is not a search for justice or truth. There was no collusion between Russia and Trump.
Mueller has two objectives; to create suspicion of wrong doing in order to lower Trump’s approval rating and to cover up the crimes of Hillary Clinton which were supposed to go down the memory hole after she was elected President. When she lost to Trump, to the horror of Democrats and a lot of Republicans as well, an emergency arose. Her election to the presidency was supposed to cover up all the dirt in the Clinton machine, the U.S. Justice Department and the FBI. Her defeat set off a panic in the Washington DC establishment. Rod Rosenstein rode in on a white horse and appointed Mueller to investigate Trump in hopes of diverting the country’s attention. Mueller has failed in his first objective; Trump approval has held up and is now at 50%. It would be higher if some people were not duped by Mueller’s phony investigation. Mueller’s second objective worked fairly well for a while but the truth is beginning to come out and it looks like Mueller and his team of scoundrels will eventually be exposed for all to see. Well, for all who care to see I should say.
The Mueller witch hunt is in fact a attempt to cover up Russian collusion and solicitation of bribery by and of Hillary Clinton when Secretary of State and during her 201 6 presidential campaign. The sordid story of Clinton corruption is well told in a new book, The Russia Hoax by Gregg Jarrett.
Here is how Jarrett opens Chapter 5 of this seminal book:
The Fraudulent Case Against Donald Trump
It is the worst oppression, that is done by colour of justice. —SIR EDWARD COKE, LORD CHIEF JUSTICE OF ENGLAND AND WALES (THE SECOND PART OF THE INSTITUTE OF LAWS, 1817)
When those who are entrusted to enforce the law, instead, abuse their power to pursue innocent people in the name of justice it is the worst kind of oppression, as Sir Edward Coke observed. This is what the FBI did in launching its investigation of Donald Trump. There was never any real evidence of wrongdoing by the Republican nominee for president. There was no reasonable suspicion or evidence sustaining probable cause that those in his campaign were collaborating with Russians to influence the 2016 election.
In its purest form, it was a hoax that was manufactured by unscrupulous high-ranking officials within the FBI and the Department of Justice. Their motives were impure, animated by antipathy for Trump. They were determined to tip the scales of justice and, in the process, undermine electoral democracy. Armed with nearly unfettered authority, they initiated and advanced a criminal investigation for plainly political reasons. Having engineered a way to spare Hillary Clinton of an indictment, they turned their attention to the only person who could halt her march to the White House—Trump. Perhaps in the back of their minds they believed in the old Stalinist creed, “Show me the man and I’ll find you the crime.” Surely, there must be something there, they reasoned. The FBI resolved to find it. Trump didn’t know it, but he was about to be framed.
Jarrett’s book is an eye-opener to say the least. I thought I knew everything about the Clintons and their utterly brazen corruption on every level. Jarrett has informed me, and it’s even worse that you probably think. The transference of evil proceeds apace.