Just when you think something preposterous can’t get any worse, it does.
Usually, one’s first choice of words to describe tirades against President Donald Trump is “derangement syndrome,” a phrase so tattered by overuse that it should be pitched into the dustbin of political banalities. Analyzing Trump hatred requires an approach capable of heavier lifting and fortunately is supplied by Thomas Fleming in his account of the Civil War’s origins, “A Disease in the Public Mind.”
TDS Overuse? Hardly. It’s an entirely apt description as the Liberal-left proves every day.