There is one thing that always seems similar among the cult of people we call Maga. And that is their eyes. Think about it. The eyes are the windows to the soul. When one looks into the eyes of another, one can see much reflected back to them.
In some eyes, one can see the soul sparkle. One can see hope, dreams, love, and kindness. This is not what I see in the eyes of Maga. I always seem to see the same thing in the eyes of Maga. And that thing is anger.
Anger and an odd sort of entitlement.
Their corneas always seem dull with the exhaustion of rage to me. And most of the eyes of Maga all look the same. They all show that same emotion — mottled fury at the rampant injustice of — SOMETHING.
It cannot be a good way to live — having to wear that look in one’s eyes day after day. And I am sure the eyes of Maga are especially acrimonious this week. Because Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is about to be confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice, and there isn’t anything Maga can do — nothing at all.
Here are what some of them are saying. It is a fascinating look into the world of denial — and hopelessness:
“Anyone with an education can see Jackson is a failure.”
She is not qualified for any serious position.”
“Trump’s nominees have NEVER decided cases on ideology!”
“Romney and Murkowski are traitors.”
“Anyone watching knows she is not Justice material.”
These comments are real and part of my research in my Palmer Report writings. It is hard to wrap one’s brain around that anyone could believe this stuff but believe me, they do.
And much of it is a result of being lied to by propaganda artists like Fox Non-News. But not all of it. Maga loves their anger in much the same way many love and embraces their compassionate side.
Maga loves to rail against the “liberal media” and defend their imagined heroes from anything. Because most Maga has no self-awareness, they do not understand that eyes filled with nothing but fury will never be eyes that can be at peace.