101 Facts That'll Convince Your Liberal Friends to Walk Away
a book by Tyler Zed and Dylan Wheeler
(our site's book review)
The Amazon blurb says that Manipulating people in an emotional, vulnerable state is a fundamental strategy in politics. Why? Because it’s easier to get people to do what you want when they are blinded by anger, sadness or even happiness. When I say, “do what you want” I really mean “vote how you want.”
Why did America go to Iraq? Because of “weapons of mass destruction.” Our politicians took advantage of American citizens, who were in a vulnerable state after 9/11, and we were easily manipulated over the angering and terrifying thought of weapons of mass destruction and we went to war. Thousands of Americans died on that lie, trillions of our tax dollars were spent, and politicians benefited.
Cheney used the image of mushroom clouds over Manhattan to scare people into supporting the war he and Dubya were Jonesing for—BUT IT WAS ALL A LIE!
Today, the Democrats manufacture vulnerability by using identity politics. When you divide the country into different tribes of people, pit one group against another and then blame all of the smaller group’s woes on the larger group you create vulnerability. Liberals shamelessly use this tactic of emotional manipulation to get people to vote how they want. See Morality Wars: How Empires, the Born Again, and the Politically Correct Do Evil in the Name of Good.
This book counters the liberal platform with concrete facts on issues like the wage gap lie, the increased demand for more gun laws, "the big switch" and much more. Almost all of the facts in this book are from liberal news sources ranging from NY Times, Huffington Post and Newsweek. So, it’s either accept the information as truth or denounce this book and decry “fake news” on the liberal sources.
Open your mind and defend yourself from the tactics of the left. It’s time to Walk Away. See Liberalism: Find a Cure and Liberalism Unmasked.
Most politicians weaponize the truth by bending it, and more often than not, pulling the rug out from underneath its objectivity and replacing it with complete lies. Trump bullied his way through the political establishment’s proverbial china shop and shattered their lie-telling.
Most politicians weaponize the truth by bending it, and more often than not, pulling the rug out from underneath its objectivity and replacing it with complete lies
Trump bullied his way through the political establishment’s proverbial china shop and shattered their lie-telling
We’ve all seen the swamp in action, and Trump was one of the first ones to run against them, say the authors. They are referring to the Deep State (shadow government) agenda, which is truly a fact, although their book shows no in-depth understanding of what it is. Reagan used swamp to refer to bureaucracy, which he rightly said there was too much of. It has also been used to refer to capitalism or terrorism. Or simply corruption, or specifically corrupt politicians. Or cronyism participants. Or unethical politicians. Or members of presidential administrations unethically profiting from their service (all recent administrations). Trump has rebranded the "swamp" to mean almost anything he objects to: reporters, opponents of his immigration plan, free traders, phonies, bureaucrats, or politicians who vote against tax cuts, according to the LA Times (Source: Trump shifts meaning of 'Drain the Swamp' from ethics to anything he objects to, Noah Bierman, LA Times)
Contrary to his promise to “drain the swamp” in Washington, DC, Trump has filled his cabinet with millionaires and billionaires, from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, a Goldman Sachs and hedge fund veteran who made much of his fortune foreclosing on homeowners to billionaire heiress Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who has already put the interests of bankers ahead of debt-burdened students and their families. But the authors believe Trump is draining the swamp anyway—we just don't see it.
Draining the Swamp—Trump promised to 'drain the swamp' in Washington, dumping people who were only there to exploit their positions
Stocking the Swamp—Contrary to his promise to 'drain the swamp' in Washington, Trump has filled his cabinet with millionaires and billionaires who are already exploiting their positions
The authors tells us "I truly believe Donald Trump cares. If he didn’t care about this country, I don’t know why he would throw away billions of his fortune while sitting as President." Are they correct? Let us check it out.
Speaking of the swamp, "Much as he’s trying—and he’s definitely trying—Donald Trump is not getting richer off the presidency. [Perhaps he should get lessons from the Clintons, who succeeded at getting rich from Bill's presidency.] Just the opposite. His net worth, by our calculation, has dropped from $4.5 billion in 2015 to $3.1 billion the last two years, knocking the president 138 spots lower on the Forbes 400. (Source: How Trump Is Trying—And Failing—To Get Rich Off His Presidency, Dan Alexander and Chase Peterson-Withorn, Forbes)
Start caring. Don't be apathetic. And stop being ignorant. All these are the authors trying to encourage us to participate in civic life and vote and learn facts and be knowledgeable
Start caring. Don't be apathetic. And stop being ignorant. All these exhortations are in their book and we must admit, they had a primitive, raw feel to them. What they lacked in sophistication, however, they made up for in enthusiasm. The book doesn’t sound scholarly or professional as it should. It demonizes the other side with what isn’t productive rhetoric. The book has 101 interesting facts, but whiney, divisive, ameaturish writing full of judgemental unproductive statements in between the facts. The book is still worth reading for the facts alone. These two young conservative authors are spirited and open with their feelings which is unusual for writers.
The entire Hillary Clinton campaign relied on getting over half the country outraged with the idea that women and minorities are treated unequally compared to men and whites. Facts suggest that this is far from the truth. Both women and minorities get special privileges due to racist, antimale, antiwhite liberal policies. See Black Skin Privilege and the American Dream. Unfortunately for her, all her dogmatic dwelling on political correctness nonsense turned off white America, who felt it was racism against them, which was exactly what it was. So while she was calling them deplorable, they were calling her the establishment queen or even crooked Hillary since Trump is an expert brander and brand her he did.
Unfortunately for Hillary, all her dogmatic dwelling on political correctness nonsense turned off white America, who felt it was racism against them, which was exactly what it was
Hillary really blew it when she called Trumpsters a 'basket of deplorables'—who was her campaign adviser, her pizza delivery boy?
This book has tons of great reviews that feel to us like these 2 authors got their Facebook and Twitter followers to post good reviews to pump up book sales. Most are generic and sound like people who have never read this book—or any other book—at all. Specific comments about specific—not general—pros and cons would make the reviews seem genuine, and "verified purchaser" would lend credibility as well. There was not many verified purchasers out of 186 reviews. Having 186 "reviews" doesn't highlight the value of the book so much as it highlights the value of having 600,000 followers. 101 Facts That'll Convince Your Liberal Friends to Walk Away was written and self-published by two successful young rightwing Twitter personalities: Tyler Zed and Dylan Wheeler.
Is "ORDER A STACK of BOOKS!!! I ordered 10!! ready to give out...will buy more!! GREAT, GREAT, GREAT, FANTASTIC, FANTASTIC Book - Be a patriot!!!" a genuine review? Not likely. More like a sales pitch, or call it simply review spam. Liberals that read this tome hardened their positions—none "walked away," according to the 186 reviews. Way too many "reviewers" used the phrase "well-written" for believablity. Perhaps these people have never read a well-written book (or any book) before so they have no inkling of how different it would be from 101 Facts That'll Convince Your Liberal Friends to Walk Away. A well-written book is like Requiem for the American Dream: The 10 Principles of Concentration of Wealth & Power, the best book of the 21st century.
It is true the liberals need to be woken up with the red pill since many have taken the blue pill of mainstream media lies, Hollywood lies, and the lies from the PC indoctrination centers—a.k.a. colleges
Colleges are now PC indoctrination centers
"The #walkaway campaign is now over 100,000 strong in just a few weeks. These are former liberals who have discovered, as its founder Brandon Straka says in his video, 'the Democratic Party’s greatest and most insidious lie:' That without them, you are nothing. As Straka puts it, 'They will insist that you are a victim doomed to exist within a system that is rigged against you…that you are a victim of systematic oppression…that you are a victim of your circumstances, and no amount of hard work or motivational action will ever allow you to overcome your victimhood or the privilege of those around you.' In rejecting the Greatest Lie, the members of #walkaway are rejecting the Democrats’ only recruitment tool – victimization." (Source: How the #WalkAway Campaign is Drowning the Blue Wave Democrats, Joy Overbeck, Townhall)
It is hard to say whether the authors of 101 Facts That'll Convince Your Liberal Friends to Walk Away got their book title idea from the #WalkAway Campaign campaign, or whether the campaign got its idea from their book. But both of them have a vital and excellent point: that liberals should all reject the Greatest Lie sold by the divisive, polarizing leftist losers—that you are a victim and only the wonderfully effective (NOT!) social engineering programs of the "throw-money-at-problems" leftists can save you. See #WalkAway Campaign Official YouTube.
#WalkAway Campaign Official YouTube
As Michelle Louise (commenter) says: "The left have lost their minds. They are against Free Speech, non tolerant, they refuse to deal with people coming into this country illegally, they insult everyone who does not agree with them, and the idea that we are all somehow a perpetual victim is just insulting. . . . That is just not for many of us and Yes we are leaving. The left is not what it used to be. I am not even sure who they are anymore." (Source: The #WalkAway meme is what happens when everything is viral and nothing matters, Abby Ohlheiser, Washington Post)
"Recently while doing some research for another blog post, I decided to purchase a book written and self-published by two successful rightwing Twitter personalities. The book is called 101 Facts That'll Convince Your Liberal Friends to Walk Away, and at one point reached at least number 181 on the Amazon bestseller list. It has since fallen, but not before selling what we estimate to be somewhere in the region of 7,000-10,000 copies (although we’d be happy to be corrected on this point). The book is by Tyler Zed (real name Desmond Tyler Janousek), and Dylan Wheeler. Wheeler is the owner of the Twitter account Educating Liberals (@education4libs), which he has been active on since January 2017. His tweets frequently praise Trump and attack Democrats using combative and unhelpful language. Janousek is a childhood friend of Wheeler’s and runs the Twitter account @realTylerZed which covers much the same material as Wheelers’." (Source: The Book That Should Never Have Been Written., Skeptical7th, theseventhdegree)
The authors are successful rightwing Twitter personalities
"Dylan is the founder of Educating Liberals, author of ‘101 Facts That’ll Convince Your Liberal Friends to Walk Away’ and host of the E4L Podcast. Educating Liberals has over 500,000 followers on social media. Dylan is a big believer in God, Jesus, and Donald J. Trump! . . . We were just notified that Dylan and Educating Liberals Twitter page was put on suspension for seven days. [for giving nice, helpful advice to blacks] . . . Evidently, it is not appropriate to offer advice to African Americans? . . . It should be noted that Twitter's New York Times writer Sarah Jeong kept her blue check and was NEVER reprimanded by Twitter after her racist comments against white people and police." (Source: Gateway Eagle Council Speaker Dylan Wheeler Has Twitter Account Suspended For Posting Advice to Black Americans, Jim Hoft, the Gateway Pundit)
Apparently, whites are so much lower than blacks that a helpful white simply addressing them is deemed racist. This is the insanity of the PC culture wherein blacks are always victims and whites are always victimizers
As you can see, Twitter has no problem supporting antiwhite racists but when someone supplies nonracist, commonsensical advice to blacks, he gets in trouble. Apparently, whites are so much lower than blacks that a helpful white simply addressing them is deemed racist. This is the insanity of the PC culture wherein blacks are always victims and whites are always victimizers. Most of us white people and many blacks as well are really tired of PC racism against whites which amounts to hate speech against whites that is supported by liberal hypocrites in the PC culture. But the U.S. as a whole dislikes PC nonsense (so they elected Trump, who rightly thinks political correctness is crap: See Study: 80 Percent of People Think ‘Political Correctness Is a Problem in Our Country’. GET THE HINT, LIBERALS, OR LOSE ELECTIONS LIKE CRAZY!