The Democratic Party Has Tipped, To Minorities, Women, Gays—Expect More Kavanaugh-Type Hysteria in the Future

The Democratic Party Has Tipped, To Minorities, Women, Gays—Expect More Kavanaugh-Type Hysteria in the Future, by Lance Welton.

Never before has a president’s judicial nomination been met with such an overwhelmingly emotional reaction. And it’s not in the least bit surprising, either.

Females (especially when rejected), minorities and homosexuals — the very people most infuriated by Kavanaugh’s elevation — are highly emotional. And there are sound evolutionary reasons why this is the case. …

Adult females are much higher than males in the personality characteristic Neuroticism — the essence of which is feeling negative emotions strongly.

This is seemingly because, in the prehistoric environment, an optimum level of anxiety helped to ensure that the kids you were caring for didn’t get hurt. And worrying makes you more competitive to get your man and keep him, in a prehistoric context in which pregnant and nursing females needed males to support them. …

And it really is true that “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”. Females are higher than males in all negative emotions. Though some men never fully get over a break up, women feel the emotional pain of a break up far more intensely.

When emotions are intense, people are more likely to exaggerate, in their own minds, what has happened to them, remembering it as far more awful than it was. This gets much worse over time, because we are prone to “false memories”, whereby something we imagine, and could plausibly have happened, and which neatly fits with our current sense of self, is selected to be a genuine “memory”. We do this because maintaining a positive and clear sense of who we are is vital to keeping depression at bay.

This is a why a naïve male undergraduate who sleeps with a mentally unstable female and then dumps her may find himself falsely accused of rape. The female will have genuinely convinced herself — often quite some time after having had consensual sex — that it was “rape” after all. …

People who are high in Neuroticism are prone to hysteria and can thus be easily induced into a mob mentality. So we can see how a woman who was sexually assaulted in some way — she may have unconsciously exaggerated its extent over time — might conclude that it was the prominent public figure, whom she had known and who’d supposedly assaulted another woman, who had done this…especially if he had shunned her in some way. This would help to keep her sense of self positive, partly by elevating her belief in her own importance. …

This article quotes a series of academic papers for most of the assertions above, so what he says is probably mainly correct.

The left want us to always “believe the woman” (except of course if the man is Bill Clinton). What a disaster that would be.

Kavanaugh has also found himself subject to sustained attack by the “LGBTQI+” community, simply because he has refused to express an opinion on gay marriage. According to “Human Rights” campaigner Chad Griffin, Kavanaugh’s refusal to do this is “alarming and completely unacceptable”.

We should expect such strong emotions from this group. Homosexuals are more mentally unstable than heterosexuals. They have higher rates of anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, suicide and, fascinatingly, left-handedness, than heterosexuals.

The intensely emotional debate provoked by the judge’s nomination may seem beyond belief. But it makes sense if examined from viewpoint of evolution and genetics. “Hell Hath no Fury” not merely “like a woman scorned” but also “like a minority” and “like a sexual deviant scorned.”