Giving Snowflakes Legitimacy

Unhappy Democrats are complaining that they can’t sleep well since Donald Trump was elected to the Presidency. They have been obsessing over their unhappiness. Yahoo News has begun trying to give their inability to cope with reality a name and some sympathy. It must be a common ailment – or a slow news day.

“Sleepless in Seattle, and other places: Trump-induced insomnia stalks blue-state America”

Irrational Fear stalks moonbats

Blue America is having trouble with sleep — tossing and turning as they lie awake, then falling into nightmares. And those who are suffering tend to blame the 45th president of the United States.

To be sure, a state of heightened anxiety over whoever is in the White House is not new. Two presidents ago, columnist Charles Krauthammer coined Bush Derangement Syndrome, the symptoms of which were the “acute onset of paranoia in otherwise normal people in reaction to the policies, the presidency — nay — the very existence of George W. Bush.” Next came Obama Derangement Syndrome, memorialized by a conspiracy-spouting satirical character on the “Stephanie Miller Happy Hour” radio show.

And now there’s what Hollywood screenwriter Sam Friedlander has spoofed as Trump-Induced Anxiety Disorder.

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“I fall asleep and wake up and get a snack and toss and turn and try to make sense of what’s going on,” says Linda Allen, who counsels parents of special-needs children on Long Island. “It’s unfathomable and that inability to reason with it is frustrating, and the whole situation is also enraging. Who could sleep?”

This is beginning to sound like more than a syndrome. Reading the ‘Article’ gives one the impression that it is the edge of insanity.

Another link for your convenience

Related: “Anti-Trump talk — even at my mother’s funeral”

Here a writer in the Boston Globe gives some decent advice to Democrats who are doing everything they can to destroy Donald Trump. I call what she says, “Practicing Mental Health.

I agree with fellow Globe columnist Alex Beam: Get used to Trump. He’s not about to self-deport out of the White House and, for now, impeachment is a liberal pipe dream. Meanwhile, he’s delivering on campaign promises his opponents find hateful. But until Trump backers come to hate Trump policies, the wailing from the other side is little more than Shakespeare’s sound and fury. Rather than signifying nothing, however, all that noise signifies something very specific to Trump backers: Trump Derangement Syndrome. And there’s some truth to it.”

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