You have a unique definition of insult that requires it to be false. We have yet to establish that, correct?
What makes you think I disagree with a message?
Would it be so difficult to believe that IÂm observing the OP primarily posts political memes that promote Trump, and rarely if ever gets into any meaningful discussion on any topic?
In other words, he/she is phoning it in by making only a minimal effort to promote a candidate. ItÂs like he/she is merely attempting to check a checkbox and relying on data counts. Have you not noticed that it is not just one topic he bumps, but multiple ones at the same time that cover the same concepts? That is exactly what paid political operatives do.
Engaging in that kind of obsessive behavior is foreign to me, but IÂm sure thereÂs a good explanation for it. Being paid is the most reasonable explanation to me. IÂm open to learn about other explanations.
While exaggerated it's mostly spot on. Its as if you cannot even see the meme strategy that depends on gullibility of the reader.
The psychological trick is to take a very practical view on an issue that most Americans regardless of party can agree with, label that as the good party, then take the most extremist examples from the other party and portray that as the norm for that party. People highly susceptible to this psychological trick will for the most part accept it as mostly true.
Gullible people on both sides buy into tricks like this.