Paul Krugman flaunts his Trump Derangement Syndrome

In a remarkable series of seven tweets, Paul Krugman confesses to being “terrified” and living in a “state of existential dread” because of President Trump. That’s obsessive, at a minimum, arguably a matter of derangement, I think.

Timothy Meads of Townhall spotted them, and dryly notes (and documents):

Everything Krugman says here should be taken with a grain of salt. The man has been historically wrong about Trump's presidency since the night of his election. 

To me, number 2 is the most disturbing, because it reveals pshological projection that reflects back on and reveals Krugman.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I suspect most of his readers regard this apocalyptic obsession as quite reasonable. TDS is a mass phenomenon. And there is a public demand for affirmation of its tenets of faith.

In a remarkable series of seven tweets, Paul Krugman confesses to being “terrified” and living in a “state of existential dread” because of President Trump. That’s obsessive, at a minimum, arguably a matter of derangement, I think.

Timothy Meads of Townhall spotted them, and dryly notes (and documents):

Everything Krugman says here should be taken with a grain of salt. The man has been historically wrong about Trump's presidency since the night of his election. 

To me, number 2 is the most disturbing, because it reveals pshological projection that reflects back on and reveals Krugman.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I suspect most of his readers regard this apocalyptic obsession as quite reasonable. TDS is a mass phenomenon. And there is a public demand for affirmation of its tenets of faith.