Trump Anxiety Disorder Is REAL, But Most People Self-Censor When There’s No Real Risk Of Cancelling

Tim, Ian, Lydia, and guest Phil from All That Remains (@philthatremains on Twitter, YouTube, Twitch, etc) discuss the ways in which people melt down over Trump, and why their distress is unwarranted – and why cancelling yourself before anyone else can is a bad idea.

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Podcast available on iTunes and Spotify, coming soon to all podcast platforms!

686 Replies to “Trump Anxiety Disorder Is REAL, But Most People Self-Censor When There’s No Real Risk Of Cancelling”

  1. Colin Melling

    The revolution of 1776 and the emergence of the US Republic and its constitution, was the fulfilment of the promise of the age of enlightenment which began in England and France 100 yrs before. The American “spirit of liberty” was the culmination of all that was good in the enlightenment. This spirit of liberty needs to be rediscovered before the left, Wall St criminals and the globalists, extinguish it, possibly for good.

  2. nah cur

    England banned slavery on its soil before the USA, but the British empire continued to use and trade on slave labor in its client-states into the 20th century. It’s a vacuous point of pride.

  3. Charles P

    Pool always has to figure out a way to slap Trump and Trump supporters down in nearly every post he uploads. He’s constantly overcompensating his need to display himself as nonpartisan to the point he is becoming what he accuses Trump of being, an arrogant buffoon.

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