One of the hallmarks of the modern day Social Justice Warrior (and the classic narcissist – but I repeat myself) is that they cannot see criticism of themselves as anything but an attack on their identity, rather than who they actually are and what they actually do. Their identity within social groups and the supposed virtue signaling it conveys means more to them than what they have actually done.
Conversely, they believe that if they attack the perceived identity of their foes, they are actually attacking a real person rather than a strawman. In today’s political climate, the use of this tactic has successfully driven people from public for completely invalid reasons, because when a mob is called down on you because of whatever flavor of the month outrage, the mob doesn’t stop to ask questions, they just like to mow you over.
This is why, after a multi-year, drawn out internet slap fight with people over his own personal behavior, rather than the identity he claims, Bill Schmalfeldt is once again trying to associate identity politics with very, very personal mockification of his online antics.
Sorry, not #hateforthedisabled. A more appropriate hashtag would have been #mockificationofperpetualoversharer. But that just doesn’t carry the same level of malevolence, does it?
Considering he is being mocked by fellow veterans, people who have retired from careers just as awesome as being a journalist, people who have careers just as good as being a writer/editor for the NIH… so fucking what?
Ahhh! Now we see it. Because *some* of us hold conservative beliefs (actually, we are quite the rainbow around here and we all manage to get along quite nicely), we are now Alt-Right. And because the Orange One is in office, that means that “we” are coming to “get your healthcare.” The proof of this is because we love to mock Bill Schmalfeldt. Alrightey then!
Bill Schmalfeldt says that *WE* are the dimwits? Now who is self-described as “slow in the thinking department?” Hmmmm…
And there it is. I’m supposedly a neo-Nazi who is going to take away healthcare from everyone. Why? Because I believe that Bill Schmalfeldt is eminently mockable out of all the people in this country for his personal actions. That Bill Schmalfeldt should be called out for his abuse of his “symptoms” of supposed Parkinson’s disease based on his very public sharing of information that tends to make someone think that maybe he doesn’t actually have the disease.
Riiiiight. Okay then.
You can’t make this shit up.