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Pittsburgh and the Misplaced Anger of 'Liberal' Jews

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

When I see the Jewish anti-Trump demonstrators, I see people who are very depressed, truly unhappy people whose anger could never be assuaged — folks with a cosmic emptiness of a sort. They need something to protest, always, to feel alive in their search for a utopia that could never be achieved. If it weren't Trump, it would be someone or something else. There is a narcissistic wound as deep as the Mariana Trench. These people make me think of Berlin in the 1930s, and why things happened the way they happened. They would never fight back.