(TOWNHALL) – Anger can be a good thing, it lets you know what is really important in life. If something makes you angry it means you care about it. But in the last few years, anger has become a commodity in politics, and the market has been flooded with counterfeits. Virtue signaling – the phony outrage that fuels campaigns and TV ratings – is that counterfeit, and it's funding the Democratic Party machine. It needs to be destroyed.
Not a single speech or statement delivered this week by a Democrat was sincere. The indignation against the President, the accusations of Donald Trump being a "white supremacist" was as genuine as a relationship on the Bachelorette.
Beto O'Rourke "suspended" his campaign to hang around where the media was in El Paso. He spent more time on camera than many hosts.
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Claiming he wanted to help the city heal, the failed Senate candidate repeatedly hurled allegations of white supremacy at the President every chance he got. On what planet is that helping people heal?