Munchausen Syndrome


Munchausen syndrome is a factitious disorder, a mental disorder in which a person repeatedly and deliberately acts as if he or she has a physical or mental illness when he or she is not really sick. Munchausen syndrome is considered a mental illness because it is associated with severe emotional difficulties.

Concordia University’s Professor Gad Saad joined me on last night’s show to explain his “intriguing” theory that he believes explains the often irrational, even violent behavior of so-called “social justice warriors,” especially those on college campuses.

Hundreds of thousands of women and feminist men descended on Washington DC for the anti-Trump “Women’s March.”

Gathered to rally against the newly minted US President and so-called “rape culture,” many donned pink knitted hats coined “pussy hats.” 


I asked them if they would help fight for one woman, Juanita Broaddrick, who claims she was “raped” in the late 1970s by President Bill Clinton.

Their answers reveal the “hypocrisy” and double standards rampant on the “radical” feminist Left, in utter denial that Donald J Trump is their president!

Here are some additional video gems of “profanity” laced feminist’s opinions…

Jay Fayza points out just how far “liberal” progressives have moved away from “common sense.” For example, their “anti-science” stance, and commitment to “identity politics” have turned off many people, and shown the Left to be largely “misguided.”

Here are “opposing” views of the “March for Life”

Feminists Have Nothing Left but the Roar
The DC Women’s Tantrum
Vulgarity on Parade
These women don’t speak for me
All those female celebrities are right to fear Trump
Progressives’ post-election guilt therapy
Women’s anti-Trump march: The gift that’ll keep on giving
The Women’s March and the real deplorables
Obscenity- and violent rhetoric-laced ‘women’s march’ was a bleeping disaster for the left
Half a million women marching for hypocrisy
Women’s March’ ladies: Lose the ‘pussy hats,’ try an apron instead
The ‘ladies’ of the Women’s March: Not powerful, not tough


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