Trump Derangement Syndrome Turns Two Minutes Hate Into 24/7 Rage

Because that’s how they roll.

Two Minutes Hate

The Two Minutes Hate, from George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, is a daily period in which Party members of the society of Oceania must watch a film depicting the Party’s enemies (notably Emmanuel Goldstein and his followers) and express their hatred for them for exactly two minutes.

The horrible thing about the Two Minutes Hate was not that one was obliged to act a part, but that it was impossible to avoid joining in. Within thirty seconds any pretence was always unnecessary. A hideous ecstasy of fear and vindictiveness, a desire to kill, to torture, to smash faces in with a sledge hammer, seemed to flow through the whole group of people like an electric current, turning one even against one’s will into a grimacing, screaming lunatic. And yet the rage that one felt was an abstract, undirected emotion which could be switched from one object to another like the flame of a blowlamp.

Orwell underestimated socialists. They spend way more than two minutes a day hating.

Samantha Bee rails against Ivanka Trump’s book and it’s brilliant

Samantha Bee had some choice words for Ivanka Trump in a seven-minute monologue in which the late night host railed against the first daughter’s new book “Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules For Success.”

It’s not the first time Bee took on Trump on “Full Frontal,” but her Wednesday night rant against a book supposedly written to help women strike a balance between life and work was delivered with extra glee and snark.

“‘Women Who Work’ contains more fonts than original thoughts,” Bee quipped. “True to her family’s branding empire, Ivanka wrote this book largely by taking other people’s work and stamping her name on it. . . . It’s like Ivanka forgot she had a book assignment, remembered on the last day, ran to the Hudson Books, ripped out random pages, then vision-boarded them together over the contents of her wastebasket to create ‘Women Who Work.'”

Here is a sampling of the reviews:

The New Yorker:

Ivanka Trump Wrote a Painfully Oblivious Book For Basically No One


Ivanka Trump Is the Sparkly Vampire America Craves

The Daily Beast:

These Reviews Of Ivanka Trump’s New Book Are SAVAGE


Ivanka Trump’s new book: offensively frivolous

Daily Caller:

‘The View’ Slams Ivanka Trump’s Empowerment Book As ‘Tone-Deaf’

They don’t just hate the book, they hate the fonts she used. They are outraged at the Table of Contents. They are infuriated by the ink.


Ivanka Trump’s Book Will Debut at No. 4 of ‘New York Times’ Best Seller List

Despite canceling her book tour and receiving scathing reviews, Ivanka Trump appears to have a best-seller on her hands. According to CNN, Women Who Work, which was released on May 2, will debut at No. 4 on next week’s New York Times Best Sellers list of advice and how-to books.

If I had any money left I would buy her book. I have no interest in reading it, I just want to piss off the haters.


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163 Responses to Trump Derangement Syndrome Turns Two Minutes Hate Into 24/7 Rage

  1. The haters even bashed her for this:

  2. DandyTIger says:

    It’s a character thing. The left has no character.

  3. gram krakka says:

    Will the scales fall off of Ivanka’s and Jared’s eyes and they see what their old party, the Democrats, really have become? How much eviseration will it take?

  4. At least Erick Erickson and all the other NeverTrump losers are consistent – they were wrong about Trump in the beginning, they were wrong about Trump during the primaries, they were wrong about Trump during the general election, they were wrong about Trump winning and they are still wrong about Trump now.

    • Ideological purity only matters to a small minority of voters. Rightly or wrongly, Trump will be judged on two things:

      1. peace
      2. prosperity

      If we enjoy peace and prosperity during Trump’s term(s) in office then he will be judged a success. If we don’t, he’ll get the blame.

      As a wise teacher once said, “Do, or do not. There is no try.”

  5. helenk3 says:

    I have never seen such a level of hate towards an American President. Even if you are not a gungho trump supporter, this should worry you a lot. When the welfare of our country becomes second to hate it is bad. I read somewhere today that the idea of the Russian excuse was hatched by the clinton group right after she lost. How does that help this country? The dems in congress have become a sick joke. what are they doing in any way that even looks like what they were hired to do?
    The dems lost their way in 2008 and have gone deeper in to the woods since then. I think they are a lost cause and not worth being rehabilitated.
    Some of the republicans have also forgot why they are in DC and just what the will of the people is. They are no more help then the dems and should be replaced in the next election.
    It is going to take years to undo the damage that the higher up dems have done to this country. The education system is basically worthless. The voting system needs a good clean out. The msm really needs to take a damn good look at themselves . Start being investigative and truthful reporters not just overpaid stenos.
    The people need their voices heard over the shouting of hate.

    just my opinion

    • AFVet says:

      IMO Helen, They are terrified of Trump because they can’t control him.
      He’s like a bull in a china shop when it comes to uprooting their precious kingdom and busting it to pieces and they don’t like it one bit.

      It’s about damn time somebody did.

    • Miranda says:

      “Even if you are not a gungho trump supporter, this should worry you a lot. ”

      There are several Trump policies I’m not a fan of, but the actions and attitudes of the Left make me hope he stays in for 8 years.

    • Constance says:

      A righteous and accurate rant Helen! I absolutely agree.

  6. helenk3 says:

    As a mother of 3 grown daughters, I think Ivana Trump is a beautiful , smart, industrious young woman that anyone would be proud to have as a daughter.

  7. AFVet says:

    Well, someone on the last thread posted a gatewaypundit link and in the comments I ran across this:
    Scroll down and check out the founder of SUBUD,……. Look familiar ?

    And this:

  8. AFVet says:

    Well here’s somethin’ you don’t see everyday.

  9. dm says:

    In my opinion, the dems and the other haters have a strategy that goes like this…outrage of the day, monday through friday, rehash outrage, rinse and repeat. This way, nothing gets done. In the end, it will all be Trumps fault. I’m hoping some of these folks start falling out from exhaustion…that kind of hate and negativity takes a lot of energy.

    • And it doesn’t take any energy to ignore them.

    • lateblum says:

      I’m thinking the same thing. I shared that with my dd#1 who hates PDJT and she agreed. They accomplish nothing, push back on his EO’s and stall everything they can. They then blame Trump for not succeeding and then want to impeach him. Impeachment is the ultimate goal for the Dems (and most likely for many Reps as well).

  10. Jonah was an early victim of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

  11. swanspirit says:

    I never ever liked Samantha Bee. Not even back when she was on the Daily Show. I never thought she was funny. She isn’t funny at all too me. What she thinks is funny is either mean, or stupid, or both. She tries too hard, and I think she is embarrassing.
    I was surprised when she got her own show, and I have never watched it.
    I couldn’t get through a whole minute of that clip. Like fingernails on a blackboard.

    • lateblum says:

      We are agreed. I don’t even try to watch those videos. At first, I thought I was a curmudgeon, and then I remembered how Bee affects me and realized I was simply protecting myself against being victimized by the left. Let them be the victims they seem to enjoy being.

    • DeniseVB says:

      What’s even worse, she’s on TBS which ruins my Seinfeld/ Big Bang Theory nights with the constant promos for her show later that night.

  12. DeniseVB says:

    Recently caught in the “Spicier” trap……

    • lateblum says:

      Isn’t that hysterical. People are so stupid. Did they learn how to read, or is it possible they forgot?

  13. DeniseVB says:

    Pretty much sums up the week in fake news…..

  14. DeniseVB says:

    Another summer movie bites the dust…..was looking forward to the Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler comedy until FNC played clips of Ferrell making dumb Trump jokes at the USC commencement speech. I’m just not interested anymore……..

    • lateblum says:

      I’m sorry that you are going to miss out on entertainment that you had hoped to enjoy.
      At what point do you think these “comedians” and other “special people” will finally understand that their political support of one candidate, or their hatred of another candidate – or POTUS – is costing them money? Or do they have so much money that losing $$/income isn’t meaningful?

      • mothy67 says:

        Disney does not seem to care about blowback. They are letting espn whither and die. I read a number of people very upset that Last Man Standing was canceled because of Allen’s politics. It was a profitable show. Also a sitcom from yesteryear. Something to watch with kids. Won its time slot and has a lucrative syndication deal.
        Will all entertainment be strictly far left?
        I think the Spicer by McCarthy is hilarious. How can SNL and late night not lampoon Maxine?

      • DeniseVB says:

        I’m not sorry, just lost interest …. I want my monkeys to dance for me, that’s all I want for my $10 😉 I was going to see Snatched just for Goldie, but the movie’s been heavily panned by liberal critics as not funny.

        I also feel that way about Broadway shows now. Bette Midler’s in that “hit” Hello Dolly, and she continues to bash Trump supporters? Ain’t no way I’d throw $200 at that, even though my crush, David Hyde Pierce(Niles Crane), is in it. I know B’way’s got a very heavy LGBT community, and that doesn’t bother me, I donate to their “Aids” bucket when it’s passed around the theater. But ever since that ahole cast from Hamilton publicly dressed down Mike Pence, A PAYING GUEST!, I just kinda turned off my B’way light of enthusiasm. 🙂

        • Jadzia says:

          I honestly don’t remember the last time I was even interested in a big Hollywood movie. I’m racking my brain for the last 2 movies I even saw and came up with Shaun of the Dead (easy to watch while hemming princess dresses) and The Descendants (the latter of which was really good, if you’re into wills-and-trusts law and Shailene whats-her-name before she ate one too many magic mushrooms). Neither of which probably even count.

          • kanaughty says:

            The only movies i see at the theater the last many years have been the hunger games movies and star wars movies. That’s it. So i literally see one movie a year basically at the theater. Otherwise i wait to watch on itunes, hbo, netflix, hulu, or amazon. I noticed sully is on hbo so i will watch that. Otherwise i am waiting on natalie portman’s jackie movie to be on hbo.

        • lateblum says:


      • Miranda says:

        Yeah, I’d been interested in Hamilton too, but not anymore. I also now hate all Marvel movies, where I used to think they were fun, and any Joss Whedon vehicle. No Agents of Shield. The next two episodes of Supergirl (I’d already stopped watching because she’s really annoying) are ‘Resist’ and ‘She persisted’. I can’t roll my eyes enough.

        • lateblum says:

          Don’t roll them so they get stuck. *lol*
          Josh Whedon is such a fool. I don’t think I’ve ever seen any of his movies. And I know, after this last few months, I never will. My dd#1 wants to take me to see Hamilton, but I won’t go. It’s frustrating to her. …oh, well.

          • Jadzia says:

            The news that joss whedon is a douchebag was very sad! I’ve never seen Buffy but am most of the way through firefly.

          • Miranda says:

            My eyes are expert rollers by now.

            I don’t know why I don’t see a ‘reply’ for Jadzia, but I loved Buffy back in the day.

    • mothy67 says:

      You would think that they would learn – what comes around goes around. Will the right offer the office the respect it deserves if there is a Warren after Trump? No Commander in Chief has ever been subject to this level of bile. What has he done? Deport gang members? The daca chick put a target on her own back. She could have stayed off the radar. I never for a second believed that every illegal was going to be deported.
      Every person I have talked to about healthcare has no idea what they are talking about. They act as if there is a magic wand. Obamacare is collapsing on its own.
      Minimum wage I know elites that have no fucking clue. A pharm tech or a nurse’s aid make about 15. CNA is a shitty job literally can be shitty. They deserve a greater reward. A cook should make more than a dishwasher. Won’t their houly wages have to rise proportionately. Why deal with the infirm if you can make same as a check out in supermarket??

  15. mothy67 says:

    I think the left assumes we see Trump as they did obama. Hero worship.
    I treasure Trump, but am well aware of his flaws. The good will outweigh the less than good.
    dims seemed to never question anything o did.
    Personally I am not crazy about Sessions undoing Holder on drug charges. I know he is following the law as it was written, but its such a complex issue i’m not even sure if the issue is a nothing burger. The parts I read allowed for prosecutorial discretion. I believe holder’s went go with least possible charge. Seems DA under holder lost the power of the plea without the fear of a long mandatory sentence. One of the reasons Rand Paul is growing on me. He does not waver. I think he’d be a terrible president but a great voice in the Senate.

    • lateblum says:

      I know what you mean about Rand Paul’s consistency. And I appreciate it as well. Whenever I hear that Paul will be interviewed, I tend to stay with that program even if I am thinking of changing the channels. I agree about his being a “terrible president but a great voice in the Senate”. We need him there.
      And on tv a lot.

      • Jadzia says:

        It’s a fringe issue, but I sure was appreciative of Rand Paul being the only member of Congress to stand up to the draconian tax and reporting laws that are pushing too many expats to relinquish their citizenship. (The FBAR law is truly terrifying if you’re middle class, and FATCA has caused lots of banks over here to stop working with American clients–I have a binational French/American acquaintance who found out that every single one of her family’s bank accounts had been closed without notice after her debit card was declined at a restaurant, and the Facebook expat groups have tons of people who have had serious banking problems.) His lawsuit didn’t succeed, but it was a brave thing to do on behalf of a group of Americans who aren’t anybody’s constituents, especially during the Obama administration, when anybody who stood up to the IRS or the president was labeled a kook.

        • lateblum says:

          OMG what a nightmare. That all accounts were closed!! Were the monies seized? Or were people able to access their money in person? When did those tax laws go into effect? Was it before Obama? (I hope so. I already hate him on so many levels that this would really do me in.)

          • Jadzia says:

            I am not a tax expert (although I know a hell of a lot more about these laws than I ever wanted to), but citizen-based taxation has been around since the Civil War. The FBAR requirement, which required me to report the contents, account #s, etc. of every one of my checking and savings accounts that I have here, was I believe passed in the 2010 with another law called FATCA, which is the law that terrified the banks here into kicking out Americans, was passed in 2010. It required all non-American banks to search their records for “indicia of US personhood” and then to report all those people to the Department of the Treasury. (FBAR required me to give my checking account info to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. With penalties of $10,000 per account for NEGLIGENT misstatements, i.e., innocent mistakes. Regardless of the amount of money in the account.)

            From what I am told by pretty much everybody (including many long-time expats) is that CBT was not enforced until about 2011. At all. It was when FATCA was passed that that changed.

            I could write a novel about all the troubles this has caused people. Basically, until FATCA was passed most expats didn’t even know that they were supposed to be filing US taxes. No other country in the world (except for Eritrea, which taxes a flat 2%) does that. The only reason I knew I had to keep filing was that I moved here right after FATCA was passed and happened to see coverage on the news. Anyway, not only did an uncountable number of expats find out in 2011 (or later) that they were tax delinquents for however many years they have been gone–the law also applies to children of US citizens. Even if those children’s births were not registered with the consulate. Even if they don’t speak English. Even if they’ve never been to America. Most of them are now tax criminals. It’s a similar situation with kids born in the US to parents who were temporarily there and then left. Boris Johnson is an example. He was born in the States and his family moved back to England when he was 5, where he has basically remained ever since. The IRS came after him to pay capital gains tax when he sold his family home in London. That he owned with his English wife. Using money that he had earned in England.

            I still meet people who have no idea that they are supposed to be paying US taxes. I have a neighbor whose parents were born in the US, she is a US citizen (who has visited the states to see family maybe a handful of times) and somehow (I think because the citizenship law used to be different, because you can’t do this anymore), HER kids are citizens. She absolutely does not believe me that these kids are required to file 1040s when they grow up and get jobs. They’ll probably “get away with it” because the banks are only flagging people with American birthplaces, but all the banks now have fine print in their documentation saying that if you’re a US person, you can’t do business with them.

            As for my friends, their money wasn’t frozen, they got a check in the mail from their ex-bank a day or two later. I had all my money frozen for about two months early last year when I switched banks and they found out I was a “US person.” (I switched back real fast, to the original bank where we get somewhat special treatment because of my father-in-law.)

            Anyway, thanks to all this nonsense, my children are all going to have to decide, when they turn 18, if they want to keep their American citizenship. If they do (and the laws haven’t changed), well, welcome to a lifetime of banking problems. If they don’t, they have to pay the US government $2600 apiece to renounce.

            Usually I’m not That Person who bitches about taxes. They’re painful for everybody, that’s life. I had no idea how bad it could get until I started to deal with this stuff. And, of course, it’s the honest people who stupidly try to obey these laws who seem to keep getting it in the shorts, because attempting to comply is often what puts you on the IRS radar. There are lots of folks out there who for lots of reasons have just decided to try to fly under the radar.

          • Jadzia says:

            Holy shit, that was long. I might have some feelings about the IRS!

          • lateblum says:

            Nothing that we all don’t have in one form or another. ❤

          • lateblum says:

            thanks, Jadzia
            I’d never know anything about this if not for you…

          • kanaughty says:

            About taxing us persons overseas when they are not involved in the us economy at all, doesn’t this seem like the opposite of what caused the american revolution? Taxation without representation – tea party 🙂

        • DeniseVB says:

          I hate when we run out of “reply” room, thanks Jadzia for all your great info!

          • Jadzia says:

            Thanks! I try not to whine about this stuff too much, it’s not like we’re over here breaking rocks in the hot sun or anything. Nobody gaf about this stuff I think because when most people hear the word expat, they think of like johnny Depp with the town that he bought or mick jagger with his Loire castle. In reality, most of us are just normal people, not 1%ers.

    • kanaughty says:

      So it’s another version of the samantha jones character in sex in the city. Well no one can do that character better than her.

  16. helenk3 says:

    remember when the msm was interested in ” what something is” not how something looks?

    • CiscoKid says:

      I’m willing to bet that a good Attorney can prove in court that it’s not.
      Once that is done he or she should ask for damages.💲💲💲

      • mothy67 says:

        We have door knob to door knob. Kid can be disciplined by school once she leaves and if she’s walking home after school the school can suspend or take action until she reaches home. What a child does online away from school is none of their business.

  17. Dora says:

    Bill O’Reilly gives first interview since Fox News firing and says he was ‘target number one’ of an ‘organized left-wing cabal’ funded by billionaire George Soros

    Bill O’Reilly sat down with Glenn Beck for an interview on Friday and said that he was targeted by a ‘left-wing cabal’ who wanted him gone from Fox News

    O’Reilly also said that billionaire investor George Soros was funding this group, which he believes paid protesters to picket outside Fox News

    Soros, who has a net worth of approximately $25billion, has donated millions to progressive and liberal causes

    ‘It was bull. It was all a lie,’ said O’Reilly of the harassment allegations made against him, with three women receiving seven-figure settlements

    O’Reilly also vowed to take down the group, possibly through legal action

    Read more:

  18. helenk3 says:

    only one point of view allowed today.
    what do you mean discussion of different ideas

  19. votermom says:

    So the tv remote has a button to switch to the Roku, right? And the roku has it’s own remote.

    Puppy somehow managed to switch the tv to Roku when I wasn’t looking, then when I looked a little later he had the Roku remote on the ground with him.

  20. DeniseVB says:

    Never gets old…..

  21. DeniseVB says:

    Barron to St.Andrews school…”According to a source” ? I wonder if this was leaked? I feel bad for the school when the vile progs try to shut or burn it down.

    Takes a slam at Sidwell-Friends school too 🙂

  22. votermom says:

    Pizzagate stuff
    Photos of the very disturbing art by the artist that Tony Podesta patronizes: very life-like innocent kids happily in bed with bizarre monsters

  23. foxyladi14 says:

    My President!! 😀

    • DeniseVB says:

      Good speech to a very receptive audience, though he’s always more endearing when he goes off prompter 🙂 Hope Mike Pence does as well with the Notre Dame crowd, who protested inviting him.

    • Dora says:

      Great speech with so many memorable quotes. I like this one:

      • DeniseVB says:

        T was probably was referring to Michelle’s latest speechifying hectoring tour on parents letting kids eat crap. Just a guess. Could be Bam’s $3million speech in Italy on telling us to stop eating steak because of cow farts or something. I am not making this up 😉

  24. CiscoKid says:

    Just bought two of her books, one for me and another for my niece who inspite of all the negative things written and said about Ivanka has become a huge fan of her.

  25. Dora says:

    CAUGHT RED HANDED: WHCA Member Jon Decker Caught In Conspiracy – MSM Monopolize Entire WH Briefing w/ Conspiracies

    • kanaughty says:

      Remember that fashion stylist on bravo tv? She’d say “shut it down!” This is what needs to happen with these long winded many question questions.

  26. Dora says:

  27. Jadzia says:

    Is anybody else watching this season of better call Saul? They need to pick up the pace! Oh, and because it cannot be said often enough, fuck you, Chuck.

    • Lenny has come a long way since he dumped Squiggy.

      • kanaughty says:

        Yeah, he’s now allergic to electricity.

      • Jadzia says:

        Michael McKean is giving a great performance, but they really need to wrap up the Chuck story. I’m actually more interested in Howard at this point.

    • 1539days says:

      I think it’s doing fine. Last week’s episode had a good amount of exposition. Then again, I watched Rectify and that show is glacial in its pace.

    • kanaughty says:

      Yes, fuck chuck. If jimmy gets disbarred, chuck should too. I love better call saul especially since gus is back. I love mike and gus. I loved hank in breaking bad, so it would be cool to see him even as just a short guest busting tuco or nacho or something like that.

  28. Dora says:

  29. Dora says:

    This makes me wonder what kind of people are watching television these days.


    TV Ratings: MSNBC, Maddow Scoring Huge Wins With Comey Coverage

    MSNBC dominates its third night of primetime since Trump’s FBI ouster as ‘The Five’ proves more of a draw than Tucker Carlson for Fox News.

    • 1539days says:

      Tucker doesn’t exactly have a great track record at CNN or MSNBC.

    • mothy67 says:

      Not sure if I even believe ratings. The entire entertainment complex is out to get Trump for enforcing the law. They played with polls to dissuade voters. Who owns nielsen?. I just can’t see any guy sitting through madcow. She is like glenn beck. Zero faith in any of the clowns.
      Tucker has been great few times I’ve seen him, but I wonder if it’ll get old.
      Are there women out there who watch the View and nod in agreement to that coven?
      Do these people hold any sway over any one? I think they are all a bit delusional.

    • lateblum says:

      I can’t stand any of it these days. So I’ll “watch” FBN until Strange Inheritance and then I’ll watch something else – or nothing else. I haven’t had the tv on today or yesterday either, and I’m feeling just fine.
      I won’t watch anyone on MSNBC or CNN – not even for breaking news.

    • Jeffhas says:

      Well, I’m surprised FOX will feel the loss of O’Reilly, but stranger things have happened… I’m a fan of Bill because he gave so many their break, and I he always brought in the other side – so to me he will be missed, but I figured I was the only based on what both side were saying about him.

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