#WhyTimIsAnIdiot today:

Around the middle of the video: "Trump and his people gotta be careful about what you say because these people will LIE about what you say!"

I never heard a sentiment so deserving of the title of "The Cuck's Dilemma".


#WhyTimIsAnIdiot today: Legit Ignorance Edition:

"Maybe the truth falls somewhere in the middle"

Reminder that the first time that Epstein was arrested, Trump WENT TO the FBI (not the other way around) and offered up a dump of evidence on the guy.

The entire leftist narrative that Trump was a client of Epstein's is pure projection to distract from Epstein's well-documented connection to Bill Clinton.

The "moderate position" between the truth and a lie is a lie, which means that Tim is repeating lies is his pathetic effort at "moderation".


#WhyTimIsAnIdiot today:

I don't know if his intention was to defend anarchism as a philosophy or what, but the assertion that, "Chaz is not anarchy" is more than a little sketchy, and acting like people who disagree need to "read a book" is why he's stupid today.

Protip: Because anarchy, by definition, creates a massive power vacuum, among political "systems", its kinda like one of those particles in quantum physics that's so unstable that it can only exist for a microsecond before turning into something else.

So yeah, in all practical reality, Chaz probably WAS anarchy for some period of time, and then HUMANS HAPPENED and it wasn't anymore.


Y'know, people who put all this thought into whether they're the "good guys" or "bad guys" are confusing.

I mean, I have the same cultural grounding as everyone else (such as it is), so its not like I don't get the concept, but I can't find any root to it other than media. As in, people are literally imagining themselves as part of a movie and everybody wants to "be good guy; beat bad guy".

Meanwhile, back in reality, the history of conflict has all these examples where usually the most ruthless actor gains victory, but then that has little bearing on whether they do good or bad things once they gain power.

This is also why idealists might as well be treated as enemies; because all good things begin with victory, and applying ideals before victory is an act of sabotage.


tfw Scott talking about Lena Dunham's whiteness.

I'm sitting here like, "I probably already know the answer to this, but... Wikipedia... Lena Dunham... Early life...." Yeah, I thought so.

White people don't get TV shows that easily either.


I'd just like to point out that by advocating for equal banning for left and right "extremists", Tim, being an arrogant "moderate" is literally saying, "Everybody but people like me should be censored".

I mean, I don't think he KNOWS that's what he's saying, but I guess you could file this under #WhyTimIsAnIdiot


If the cops were getting injured by paintballs, the assholes were probably freezing them.


Little known fact about Lincoln: Not only did he not give a fuck about slavery, but his intention of freeing the slaves was only half the story, since the second half of that plan was, "...and send them back to Africa".

The leftist mob was always eventually gonna turn against somebody that based.


It might have been a year ago at this point when I started saying it, but Tim's gonna quit covering news for some period of time.

The dude derives too much of his own sense of credibility from his "neutrality". He LIKES that he's made "Milquetoast fence-sitter" into a meme. But moderation is always derived from taking the middle point between two arbitrary "extremes", and if Tim was going to actually REMAIN moderate, that means that he'd have to let leftist madness pull him to the left, by definition.

I just wish he'd get on with it. The cognitive dissonance gets stronger the more blackpilled he gets.


"You have to consider the possibility that people actually support the woke bullshit and morality policing"

And if they did, so what? Those kinds of moral quandaries is why its so pathetic to be a "milquetoast fence-sitter".

Doesn't matter what the press says. Doesn't matter what the politicians or the mobs say. Doesn't matter if the whole country decides that something wrong is something right.

When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world -- "No, YOU move.”