How to Woo a Moonbatted Snowflake
How to Woo a Moonbatted Snowflake by UnCola
Headlines were made last week when the results of an experiment by two New York University professors went viral. The study was designed to demonstrate gender bias by reenacting the 2016 presidential debates between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, except the gender for each was reversed. In other words, a woman recited the statements of Trump and a male reenacted Hillary Clinton’s original comments made during the debates.
The goal of the ‘Her Opponent’ project was to prove that people would not have accepted Trump’s aggressive behavior had it come from a woman, and that Hillary’s debate style would be much more likable if she were a man.
Ironically, the exact opposite happened.
The professors and audiences of the mock debates, however, were ‘unsettled’ to discover that the opposite was true – Trump became more likable as a woman and Hillary became even less likable as a man.
At last. Although it took a scientific observation to remove the prejudice against Trump’s gender, these people could FINALLY see what the tolerant, open-minded “Deplorable” voters saw all along.
Reading about this experiment inspired me to consider other ways by which conceptual bridges might be built to span the ever-growing ideological gulf now separating America’s blue state people from her red state citizens. The following is my proposed plan of action:
Neo in the Matrix – Blue Pill, Red Pill
I would start out by asking any interested, liberal-leaning persons if they have viewed the Matrix Trilogy in order to establish a common understanding. For those who have not seen this science fiction series, I would explain how the actor Keanu Reeves plays a hacker by the name of Neo who learns his entire world is a digital universe created by computers which had enslaved the human race. In the first movie, a member of the “resistance”, named Morpheus (played by Lawrence Fishburne), entered the Matrix to recruit Neo by asking him to ingest a red pill to learn truth or a blue pill, whereby nothing would change.
Neo chose the red pill and, in turn, “woke up” to discover he was nothing more than a living “battery” whose body was electrically charging the computer simulation along with hundreds of thousands of other poor souls dreaming in a digital world.