Skip to comments.Novelist on 2016 Election: I Was 'in This Manic Zombie/Teary/Rager Dream State'
Posted on 10/03/2017 2:09:06 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
Remember all those hilarious online liberal meltdown videos you laughed at just after the unthinkable (for them) happened on Election Day 2016? Well, good news. We are in for more such laughs provided in melodramatic literary form from novelist and yuuuge Hillary Clinton supporter, Cheryl Strayed. She tells us about her post-election meltdown that was so severe that it sent her to bed crying for an extended period as she reveals in her Time magazine story today:
(Excerpt) Read more at newsbusters.org ...
An angst ridden oxygen thief who would kill an unborn child without hesitation but not brave enough to shuffle off her own mortal coil over Hillary’s defeat.
Will never understand this level of enthusiasm for such a dis-likable person as Hillary Clinton.
It defies all reason.
Time used every trick in the Goebbels handbook to slander Trump week after week after week after week and this woman thought Trump was mean.
Check out the Hillary pic in the article—isn’t she purty? :-)
The propaganda never ends....
If TIME allowed comments to the article,
she’d be devastated anew.
Here’s another “writer” I will never need to read, and advise my wife and anyone I know to never read.
Imagine being an American colonist in 1776!
All around you are thousands of other colonists who look to the future, citing Creator-endowed individual liberty for every person under a form of self-government based on "Natural law," or, "the laws of Nature."
Yet, your neighbor (who likes to be the center of attention and self-described "defender" of special groups she selects as "worthy" of rights), declares she knows what is best for everybody and that she does not recognize the votes of those "deplorable" persons who reject her form of "Progressive" power over people (for their own good, you know).
As colonists, you and your 18th Century friends whose ancestors have braved an ocean and a wilderness in order to raise their families in freedom from oppressive government, write a Declaration of Independence from that government's oppression, and resolve to live like free people who can chart their own future, under God's Providence, and receive "the Blessings of Liberty."
Yet, there stands that know-it-all neighbor, screaming and pointing to herself, shouting, "What Happened?"--as she watches real progress take place among those neighbors she has called "deplorable" and "unredeemable."
She looks pretty silly and shallow, don't you think?
Here’s another “writer” I will never need to read, and advise my wife and anyone I know to ever read.
Left wing democrat extremist, Cheryl Strayed
Only one thing keeps Time Magazine from being listed as the absolute nadir of US weekly ‘news’ magazines, Newsweek!
“Yet, your neighbor (who likes to be the center of attention and self-described “defender” of special groups she selects as “worthy” of rights), declares she knows what is best for everybody and that she does not recognize the votes of those “deplorable” persons who reject her form of “Progressive” power over people (for their own good, you know).”
They were here.
They were called Tories/Loyalists.
Nearly all left when England gave up at Yorktown.
They skedaddled up to Canada before the Patriots ended their existence.
I agree, Ben. I understand disliking Donald Trump ... but liking Hillary Clinton? It’s beyond comprehension.
Awwwwwwwwwwww. Poor widdle babyyyyy
Calling her a novelist is a compliment she has not earned. She wrote an autobiographical yet largely fictional account of her backpacking trip on the Pacific Crest Trail. It was made into a movie. She skipped the most difficult section of the trail, the High Sierra portion, where all the altitudes are. True the whole trail is 2590 miles or so but she skipped the most difficult 400 miles, and that is only if the rest of her story is really true. There is some doubt.
Liberalism is a mental disorder
Theres your answer
As I recall the reviews, she boinked everyone she met along the trail and therefore changed her name to “Strayed” since she was married.
My library catalog has several nonfiction works by Cheryl Strayed, mainly having to do with travel in the Pacific Northwest, and one novel, categorized under “Women in Radio Broadcasting - Fiction” and “Cancer patients - Fiction,” suggesting that it’s about a woman radio broadcaster with cancer.
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