Twitter allowed a tweet from the account of Occupy Wall Street NYC advocating the murder of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents to remain on the platform for over 20 hours, only deleting the tweet after Breitbart News reached out for comment.
I became rather tired of what I have termed Imaginitis, but there is nothing to prevent a physician who diagnoses – and even discovers – a condition from suffering from it himself.
Imaginitis is a condition which primarily affects the dissident Right. Symptoms are consistent and standard, and change only in the degree of infection, and the cause of the trigger.
Typical symptoms follow a distinct pathology. Some examples. A Muslim preacher instructs his listeners to kill Jews and unbelievers.
Imagine if a non-Muslim had said that…
An immigrant rapist is allowed to walk free.
Imagine if he had been English…
A black man tells a Hollywood audience that he gets to kill all the white characters in his new movie.
Imagine if a white actor had said that…
Antifa violently disrupt a peaceful demonstration.
Imagine if that had been white football supporters…
And so the disease rages on, reaching epidemic levels among those of the Right.
And now, like the virologist accidentally infected by his own discovery, I find myself running a high fever.
Hugely over-rated actor and maybe three-hit wonder Peter Fonda has suggested quite clearly that the children of ICE US border guards be targeted. His full and rather autistic social media rants can be found here.
Arnold Schwarzenegger who, as an actor, makes Fonda look like Al Pacino, has said that it should be politicians in cages and not poor child actors whose ‘parents’ have been rumbled by the Trump administration. I suppose he needs a bit of virtue-signalling, after having bankrupted California.
Some singer I have never heard of makes vague and illiterate threats against border officers. How long before they begin to die because of the Hollywood elites, and those SJWs they support and chapion?
Imagine if one of the little people said that.