American psycho author Bret Easton Ellis says that & # 39; f *** ing baby & # 39; liberals & # 39; upset & # 39; must be from Trump's presidency and blame the left for ignoring how POTUS WHITE MEN has offended the most important thing
- Bret Easton Ellis says in his new book White that mainstream media and liberals helped Donald Trump become US president
- US psycho author claims lack of reporting on how much Trump has offended white men in the run-up to his 2016 election
- Ellis claimed that Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama were praised too much
- He told & # 39; millenial communist & # 39; friend to get over & # 39; & # 39; after complaints from Trump
- Ellis says a voice in his head calls liberals & # 39; the biggest fucking baby I have ever heard & # 39; when they complain about POTUS
- The author blames the media for turning liberals into & # 39; haters & # 39; when it came to the Senate hearings of Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh
- He complains that & # 39; everyone the same & # 39; must be whether a & # 39; racist or famished woman & # 39; must bear the label
American psycho-author Bret Easton Ellis says in his new book that he is tired of hearing liberals complain that Donald Trump wins the 2016 elections because he thinks it was the naivety of the left that allowed him to lead the country .
The 55-year-old Californian man writes frankly in his new book White, blames the parents of millennials for worrying about their children, so that they have become serious complainers who have no opinion of their own.
Ellis remembers thinking, "You're the biggest fucking baby I've ever heard in my entire life" when people talked to him about their disappointment in the election results and even his partner claimed he was accused of & # 39; & # 39; conspiring & # 39; & # 39; with the new administration and, by extension, with Moscow & # 39 ;.
& # 39; When my traumatized friend criticized me for not being mad about the elections (five months after it happened), I shot back that I didn't want to talk about Trump anymore, & # 39; he writes in the book on Tuesday. & # 39; I didn't care. He was elected president. Get over it. & # 39;
Bret Easton Ellis (left) says mainstream media and liberals helped Donald Trump (right) become the president of the US in 2016
The author said in an interview with Eli Roth in Interview magazine this month that with his & # 39; millennial communist & # 39; musician friend Todd Michael Schultz has forced him to take on a more central understanding of politics.
Ellis writes that in the summer of 2015 he realized that & # 39; legacy institutes such as The New York Times and CNN [were not] following what I thought was a changing reality … the media got so confused that they left behind the characteristics of neutrality and perspective & # 39 ;.
In his new book White, he claims that too little has been reported about how much Trump has offended white men
He claims that, contrary to what was reported in the run-up to the elections, Trump was actually more offensive to people who, like him, are white and masculine.
& # 39; White men have it for the first time and much more than anyone else, but as the national news agency explained, this was not the case & # 39 ;, says Ellis in the book.
Ellis – who claims that he did not vote in the election because he did not buy the Republican or Liberal Democratic parties & # 39; – argues that today & # 39; everyone should be the same & # 39; whether the risk is & # 39; racist or a woman's hat & # 39; to be called.
Trump becomes the & # 39; poster boy antithesis of the proud moral superiority & # 39; and claims that Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama have been portrayed as people who should be taken more seriously. Ellis thinks this has contributed to Trump becoming the unsuspecting winner.
Ellis continues in Penguin Random House's book: & The way the old media handled the 2016 elections – Clinton as a heroine, Trump as a villain – would prove to be a complete moral disaster for the country because it was Donald Trump helped change into the biggest underdog in American political history. & # 39;
Ellis says musician friend Todd Michael Schultz criticized him for not being angry about the elections
Ellis says that Hillary Clinton is portrayed as a heroine and Trump as a villain would prove to be an ultimate moral disaster for the country, because it made Donald Trump the biggest underdog. & # 39;
The author blames the media for influencing the opinion of liberal people when it came to hearings with the Senate before the judge Nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Ellis writes links and was turned into haters and the regular media encouraged them to a point where they came across as "common sense, anti-rational, and anti-American".
He adds in the book: & # 39; Maybe if you wander around in childish anger, the first thing you lose is judgment, and then common sense comes. And in the end you lose your mind and with it your freedom. & # 39;
Ellis claimed that Michelle Obama (with former POTUS Barack in 2017) was praised too much
The author blames the media for turning liberals into & # 39; haters & # 39; when it came to the Senate hearings of Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh