Right-wingers in America are quite interesting.
They got everything they wanted: a traitor in the White House and a heartless Congress. However, it’s still not enough for them.
The right in America is more violent than they have ever been, if you remember what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia in the summer of 2017.
The threats continue on Facebook, as you have seen through this medium.
A conservative’s corpus callosum is what makes him aggressive because that is what makes the conservative look for threats that don’t exist and that’s what motivates a conservative to engage in bullying against anyone whom that conservative deems to be inferior.
The problem is that the conservative is paranoid-and this can be proven.
Social Cognition, Vol. 35, No. 4, 2017, pp. 324–353
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THE POLITICS OF FEAR
THE POLITICS OF FEAR: IS THERE AN IDEOLOGICAL ASYMMETRY IN EXISTENTIAL MOTIVATION?
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Nicholas O. Rule University of Toronto
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Basically, not only is an American conservative a hypocrite by wanting to kill anyone anyone who doesn’t agree with him-and actually composes threats (which you have seen in other posts), but he also isn’t a very good Christian, because he is supposed to do as Christ commanded him, which is to fear not.
An Australian study which was published in 2014 also found that conservatives are expert liars and sociopaths.
2014, Vol 22(5) 461–466
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