Cohn’s main principle was to never admit defeat and ALWAYS claim victory. Early on he told a young Trump just to “Proclaim victory as loudly as possible and in a few months, they won’t remember what the story was about, but they will remember your name.” That quote was in regard to the case against Trump and his father and their discriminatory renting p…
It’s repetition fatigue. We run out of the energy to keep trying to convince people of things they shouldn’t need convincing of.
Trump is a liar.
Make that statement and you are immediately met with resistance and forced to prove the sky is blue when he said it was yellow.
Except proof doesn’t matter.
It’s insanity, and it’s exhausting to live within.
It’s a state of being I know way too well. I ended up in the psych ward twice. And I wasn’t crazy.
Now it’s half the nation telling us the sky is yellow. How do we defend ourselves against that when survival is to acquiesce and to contradict is to be treated as if WE are the crazy ones?