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The New Democrat Dictionary

May 12, 2021 - 3 minute read -

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disinformation (noun)

Webster

  1. false information deliberately and often covertly spread (as by the planting of rumors) in order to influence public opinion or obscure the truth

Oxford

  1. False information which is intended to mislead, especially propaganda issued by a government organization to a rival power or the media.

Democrat

  1. Any information that opposes any narrative that is in the current media cycle.
  • example

    • Scientific results point to the debunking of climate change. (deemed disinformation even with empirical evidence support the statement)
    • CCP Virus death reports have been exaggerated by testing for antibodies in gunshot victims and counted as COVID Death (deemed disinformation)

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equity

Webster

  1. justice according to natural law or right
  2. the money value of a property or of an interest in a property in excess of claims or liens against it

Oxford

  1. The quality of being fair and impartial.

    1.1 Law A branch of law that developed alongside common law and is concerned with fairness and justice, formerly administered in special courts.

  2. The value of a mortgaged property after deduction of charges against it.

Democrat

  1. The outcome of different effort to be the exact same or (equality of outcome)

explanation as by evidence: Doctor is schooled for 22 years and makes 200k a year, and Burger flipping McShittles drive through affirmative action hire, should make the same!

REALITY: The Value of the job done gets compensated at market value! < if what you do is only worth $5 per hour you get $5 per hour. DONE!

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fact (noun)

  1. Webster (2020)
    1. something that has actual existence.
    2. an actual occurrence.
  2. Democrat
    1. Arbitrary idea of truth that varies on the current narrative.

fact-check (verb)

  1. Webster (2020)
    1. to verify the factual accuracy of
  2. Democrat
    1. Modify the Actual history of a statement or remark to fit and support current narrative.
  3. Orwell
    1. newspeak 1984: A Guide to Newspeak - YouTube

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protest (noun)

  1. Webster (2020)
    1. a solemn declaration of opinion and usually of dissent: such as
    2. the act of objecting or a gesture of disapproval
  2. Democrat
    1. to Riot and destroy property due to democrat “facts” “collage indoctrination” or the lack of “education” of unaltered history.

pricktator (slang, noun) (dictator)

  1. Descriptive name of a Governor of Illinois Jay Robert Pritzker, Billionaire tyrant power hungry (and) Using the Illinois political influence to subjugate citizens under the guise of ‘their protection’ overreaching the power of the governors office, in general, but more specifically the reaction to the 2019 version of the cold/influenza.

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race (noun)

  1. Webster (2020)
    1. a family, tribe, people, or nation belonging to the same stock.
  2. Democrat
    1. a tool for division and or inclusion.

racist (noun)

  1. Webster (2020)
    1. a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race.
  2. Democrat
    1. Slur to attempt to stop argument where one is losing and has no facts to continue said argument.

riot

riot (noun)

  1. Webster (2020)
    1. a violent public disorder.
    2. public violence, tumult, or disorder.
  2. Democrat:
    1. a 1st amendment protected “peaceful” act of violence or temper tantrum due to lack of personal responsibility for ones actions.

riot (verb)

  1. Webster (2020)
    1. to create or engage in a riot
    2. to indulge in revelry or wantonness.
  2. Democrat
    1. (Does Not Exist) see Peaceful protest.

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Unity (noun)

  1. Oxford: a. the state of being in agreement and working together; the state of being joined together to form one unit
  2. Democrat a. Attempt to course the public in to thinking radical agenda is what the public wants. Sham guise

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