An article posted on Voat recently reported that a majority of liberals claim to have some sort of mental condition. Over the last 25 years of my life, I've found people who say and do some of the most absurd shit are often on an anti-depressant/-psychotic/-anxiety medication.
I'm pretty sure I recall them being at least somewhat functional in society till they started taking the God-damned pills...and suddenly they went bizarro, dyeing their hair purple and green, wearing pussy-hats, screaming about gay rights and black lives, and demanding people lose their job because someone ouchied their fee-fees.
I have personal experience with the pills. Many years ago, I was sad about some shit. A commercial came on the god-box: Are you depressed? Ask your doctor if Prozac is right for you. Of course when I asked him, he told me it was.
About three weeks later, I found myself smiling and staring into my eyes in the bathroom mirror, holding my hand in the shape of a gun, with my index finger pointed at the roof of my mouth. I was trying to determine the best angle to use to blast myself out of my body. I was a single father of two, contemplating suicide.
I stopped taking the pills, cold turkey. After about 48 hours or so, I had my first "electric brain worm", the term I came up with for the sensation. It felt like an electric worm was twisting in my brain, causing random neurons to freak out. It would last for two or three seconds, then go away for a few hours. It tapered off after a while, but it took about six weeks; now, years later, I still get an occasional sensation that reminds me.
Honestly, after years of occasional reading and casual observation, it's my opinion that Prozac is delivering fluoride or a fluoride-related substance to mess with the pineal gland, and destroy the body's relation to the soul. And I think a lot of this leftist mentality may be accentuated by this.
Anyone else notice this? Am I making a connection where there is none?