Another Conservative Actress Cancelled


Recent attacks on famous conservative actress Candace Cameron Bure over her comment about marriage show not only the intolerance of the left pushing the LGBTQ narrative but also a kind of delusional psychosis peeking from within the leftist quarters.

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal last week, Candace Cameron Bure talked about moving away from working at the Hallmark channel to the Great American Family channel because the latter, she believes, will keep “traditional marriage at the core.”

This single comment made the woke leftists explode in rage and start condemning Bure, labeling her essentially an anti-LGBTQ person. Aside from many celebrities fuming over Bure’s simple and benign statement, stories at the leftist news platform Yahoo started a war of straight-vs-LGBTQ in reference to Bure’s comment.

In an interesting opinion piece, published on Friday, Yahoo’s Beth Greenfield tried to give an interpretation of what it means when people talk about traditional marriage.

Citing an LGBTQ activist, the article put a twist on the use of the term “traditional marriage”:

“It’s meant to set apart some marriages to say they are more real than others, that they are better than others, that they are more authentic. And it’s the kind of exclusionary language we’re seeing all the time.”

The paranoia embedded in this interpretation reflects that seen in the reaction of celebrities that slammed Bure for stating a simple and established fact – the traditional marriage of a man and a woman lying at the core of the American family.

So why do radical leftists see it as a weapon of social/cultural attack against people who otherwise proudly present themselves as non-traditional?

The answer could be: delusional psychosis.

In an article about delusional disorders, Psychology Today listed various types of delusional disorders with their core common symptom being “fixed beliefs that do not change, even when a person is presented with conflicting evidence.”

This seems to apply to all those who believe in male pregnancies and sex-change procedures. But there is a particular kind of delusional disorder – the Persecutory type – that applies to situations like the one in question.

The characteristic symptom of this type of delusion is the persistent and unfounded feeling of being the target of persecution:

An individual believes that he or she is being cheated, spied on, drugged, followed, slandered, or somehow mistreated.

 In cases of straight people embracing and celebrating their views of relationships, the reaction by the left fits well into this type of delusion. They feel that whatever is being said is aimed at the homosexual/transsexual lifestyle while the commentary in itself would be pretty non-targeting at anybody or any group.

Candace Cameron Bure’s support for traditional marriage and the ensuing reaction from the left come as a good example of gender-centered paranoia exhibited by the liberals and particularly the LGBTQ community that makes them see something in language when it is not actually there.

Earlier this year, a leftist professor got hysterical in a public hearing and accused Senator Josh Hawley of transphobia when the Republican senator from Missouri asked her a few simple questions about gender and abortion.

The gender-centered paranoia of the left needs to be distinguished from political trolling coming from liberals.

Those who truly believe that supporting a straight lifestyle and traditional marital relationships is akin to an attack on LGBTQ relationships are likely suffering from persecutory delusions.

But those who jump in to bash such commentary merely because they politically disagree with it are garden-variety political trolls.

The distinction is not readily apparent but an important one to remember.

  1. Den says

    America is going Down hill.big time.its a shame that rim all lists & cheaters are winning.

  2. Den says

    Wrong. AGAIN.

  3. Duane says

    LGBTQ demands to be accepted by everyone but refuses to accept heterosexual? Is this prejudice and hypocrisy in itself?

    1. robert bryant says

      i agree whole hearted

  4. robert bryant says

    LGBTQ is here to stay. with that said I do not appreciate the fact they are encroaching on the young
    children of this nation trying to influence them early in life. I myself as a parent I would like to bring up
    my children the traditional why of my family without the influence in their pre teen life. when they are adults
    they are free to make their choice in life (good or bad).

    1. Diva M. says

      Truer words were never spoken! If, only.

  5. Cj. Peoples says

    She’s entitled to her opinion, ( personally I believe she’s wrong) I’m entitled to mine (personally I believe i’m right) so that’s where it stands with this Gay male. I’m here and have been since the age of 18 (i’m now 68) and i hardly think i’m going to retreat back into the closet so we have to deal with each other wether we like it or not.

  6. Shane says

    No we don’t have to deal with u. Live ur life, if we want anything from u we would ask. That’s my opinion( I believe I’m right).

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  7. Peter says

    Sadly many homo’s and gays tend in any argument or divergence of opinion to that held, to adopt the victim mantra, it’s last resort and a bona fide Ad p mission of having reached the zenith, the limitation of their ability to fully rationalise let alone consider an alternate perspective to that closely held.
    That in and of itself is so sad underlining the often banal and vitriolic of both their individual and collective mindset and perspective.
    Until that rubicon has been crossed we will always be apart, never coming together a we must win at all costs mindset and orientation which as we now know in and of itself has been so destructive to civil discourse and ultimately compromise.
    The fact remains, many who do not ascribe to their mantra, mindset and code of morality, finding it anathema and a foreign horizon to be bridged are firmly supportive of the live and let live mantra and ethos but merely do not wish to have that alternate rammed or pushed down they’re throats, in they’re face if you will, until that most basic rudiment is firmly understood we will straight, homo, gay, trans, queer etc… always be divergent, the way it needs to be…. and so it should remain, don’t force your ideal upon me and I won’t ask you nor force mine upon you, what on earth can be unreasonable about that…. When all is said and done many moderate individuals who subscribe to and are of the aforementioned groups concur, embarrassed and annoyed they’re once peaceful existence has become a war zone of competing morality when it really ought not or needn’t. … to each they’re own and in the privacy and sanctuary your own home and private space, until then expect forceful pushback until those seeking attention at all costs irrespective the damage caused cease and desist from their overt look at me, look at me attention seeking….

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