Are millennials the most narcissistic generation, as several studies show? Are they also the most ignorant? If so, coincidence?
Also, this guy is a “woman,” and cop who said otherwise must attend sensitivity training,
Links to stories we discussed on the show are below.
In this episode:
WaPo Headline Quotes Wall Street Hot Shot as Being Ashamed to be an American (but it’s not what I thought)
CNN Newsreader whines “I’m not the Left. I am a journalist!”
Whoopie Goldberg to Black Lives Matter/George Soros puppet DeRay McKesson: Get Over Yourself
Same CNN newsreader’s producer has to tell her “That’s not the French National anthem. That’s the U.S. National anthem.”
Liberal harpy on 24/7 Televised nuthouse, MS-NBC, rips Ivanka Trump for daring to wear scary pink dress with “ornamental” sleeves.
OOPS—the cops didn’t beat him up, he jumped off a bridge!
how would you like your tax dollars given to bums so they can vote for people who will steal more of your money?
Socialist paradise: Seattle courthouse features regular beat downs of jurors, and surrounding area reeks of feces and urine
Books mentioned on this episode of The Teri O’Brien Show
Chuck Schumer didn’t know any regular Americans so he had to make up some imaginary friends.
Psychologist explains why millennials are the most narcissistic generation.
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Are Millennials the most narcissistic generation AND the most ignorant? Are the two related?
Media Malpractice: Did CNN Anchor not know Nat’l Anthem? MS-NBC insane leftist harpy rips Ivanka for dressing like a girl
Russia Russia Russia
2A Update-Women’s Day Anti-NRA march protected by armed guards
If everyone jumped off a bridge, would you?
Scarier than an Ivanka pink dress with bows! Ticks–YIKES!
Socialist Paradise Seattle
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