Radical Democrat Goes to Trump Rally and Realizes Dems Are SCREWED
The Democrats sincerely have no idea how completely screwed in this year’s election.
I have no doubt in my mind that President Trump will win re-election. My hope now is that some of the long-time Democrats like Adam Schiff, Maxine Waters, and Nancy Pelosi will get voted out as well.
Something I found incredibly interesting is that a lifelong Democrat – you can tell she is just by looking at her – went to a Trump rally and she was awakened to all of the lies that her radical liberal friends and mainstream media outlets like MSNBC had been force-feeding her.
Karlyn Borysenko did an interview with Dave Rubin to talk about her change of mind.
Karlyn told Dave that it all started when she witnessed her online knitting community turn toxic after the knitting site instituted a policy that sharply divided users by banning any patterns or speech in support of President Donald Trump. She went on to describe the strange but true story of how online “social justice warrior woke mobs” targeted and destroyed the businesses of certain users because of their political opinions. Her experiences with this kind of cancel culture inspired her to seek out other points of view, so she decided to attend a Trump rally despite her friends’ dire warnings.
Karlyn detailed what it was like to attend a Trump event as a lifelong Democrat and how she was treated. She documented her experience in an article on Medium as a warning to the Democratic Party. Though her article caused her to lose clients and friends on the left, she says leaving the left has actually improved her life.
Here is the video of the chat she had with Dave Rubin.
Here is another video of when she spoke with Glenn Beck on The Blaze:
Here is an excerpt from the piece that Borysenko wrote for Medium,
You see, I was one of those Democrats who considered anyone who voted for Trump a racist. I thought they were horrible (yes, even deplorable) and worked very hard to eliminate their voices from my spaces by unfriending or blocking people who spoke about their support of him, however minor their comments. I watched a lot of MSNBC, was convinced that everything he had done was horrible, that he hated anyone who wasn’t a straight white man, and that he had no redeeming qualities.
But when I witnessed the amount of hate coming from the left in this small, niche knitting community, I started to question everything. I started making a proactive effort to break my echo chamber by listening to voices I thought I would disagree with. I wanted to understand their perspective, believing it would confirm that they were filled with hate for anyone who wasn’t like them.
That turned out not to be the case. The more voices outside the left that I listened to, the more I realized that these were not bad people. They were not racists, nazis, or white supremacists. We had differences of opinions on social and economic issues, but a difference of opinion does not make your opponent inherently evil. And they could justify their opinions using arguments, rather than the shouting and ranting I saw coming from my side of the aisle.