Berg’s Seventh Law of Progressive Projection

When a progressive issues a group defamation or assault on conservatives’ ethics, character, humanity or respect for liberty or the truth, they are at best projecting, and at worst drawing attention away from their own misdeeds.

This is the big kahuna of them all – the one that at face value explains all “progressive” behavior; not so much a strategy as a nationwide inability to engage dissent from their narrative with anything but projection and gaslighting.

References to Berg’s 7th Law.

The law has quite a few corollaries:

The McKay Corollary To Berg’s Seventh Law – Any time the progressive media (to say nothing of leftyblogs) “reports” on guns or race, they should be distrusted but verified. And then, to an almost-mathemetical standard of invariably, distrusted some more.

This McKay Corollary applies to the myriad hate crime hoaxes that have plagued our society, especially since the election of Donald Trump.

The “Sixty-First-Minute” Corollary to Berg’s Seventh Law – any time the mainstream (to say nothing of overtly progressive) media presents supposedly damaging information about conservatives, they should presumed guilty of dishonest editing or outright manufacturing of evidence until proven innocent.  They are almost never proven innocent.

While this corollary pertained originally to the media, it could also be applied to politicized government institutions – as we saw in the media and establishment’s treatment of the Mueller investigations.

The Fugelsang Corollary To Berg’s Seventh Law – an anti-gunner who uses “I’m happy with my penis size” as a conclusion to a debate on the Second Amendment doth protest too much.

Need I say more?