New York: Free therapy because Trump won? by Keith Albow.
According to the New York Post, Mayor Bill de Blasio is creating a citywide safe space for New York City’s municipal workers and offering them psychotherapy sessions to deal with the results of the presidential election.
Taken literally (and we should), the mayor is telling citizens of New York City that they should indulge any potential weakness inside them that makes them believe they can’t deal with the results of American democracy when the results don’t go their way — that they’re easily injured, inherently weak and don’t have the personal fortitude to keep fighting for what they believe in.
See, there are politicians who will use any occasion to coax people into dependency on the state — whether for food, shelter, the raising of their children or hand-holding — when anything in life doesn’t go their way.
And if Hillary had won? Right.
The pretense of even-handedness by the PC has so dropped away in the last year. The PC crew are (a) way too confident on account of living in a media echo chamber, and (b) way too ambitious due to competitive virtue-signalling.