They want to destroy this country, and they’re not even trying to hide it.

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Written by Karlyn Borysenko

The focus of my life since 2012 was to bring sanity back to the work environment, because I believe we spend so much time at work that we shouldn’t be miserable. I have an MBA and a PhD in psychology, specializing in industrial/organizational psychology. I have my own practice - Zen Workplace - where I integrate organizational psychology and positive psychology with mindfulness techniques to help make work better. I’m also the Chief Science Officer of RallyBright, where I work to build high-performing, resilient teams.But that’s not how most people know me. Most people know me as a (now former) Democrat of 20 years who went to a Trump rally. The article I wrote about my experience went viral and garnered 3 million views in the first week. I was featured by Fox News, Glenn Beck, Dennis Prager, and on dozens of radio shows, podcasts, and YouTube videos.


  1. That fist is black because it grabbed a venomous rattlesnake. Look how it is holding that snake. It obviously got bit. That hand is dead, rotten and about to fall off.

  2. This show made me think about how, on the East Coast, we are surrounded by the founding of this country (Plymouth and Jamestown) and also the epicenter of the Civil War (I live not far from Antietam and also Gettysburg). You get out of here, and there's just not a lot of that reminding you all the time. No wonder this cancer of Leftism is festering so much on the Left coast.

  3. The media keeps praising China and the other commie countries and their lower coronavirus cases. And people just want the government to take control of their lives. No one wants to think anymore.

  4. Unbelievable. I've been saying the same thing. If you love our country the choice is clear. I'm all about free speech, but this can't be tolerated because when you defend this type of freedom you WILL lose freedoms.

  5. The Gadsden Flag is not a slogan. It is a threat that means what it says. Don’t oppress me or else. The communist filth make their intentions known, and it will work out for them just like it worked out for the British when they tried to tread.

  6. My public school was awesome — I learned Amercian history as a youngin’ and advanced, nuanced history and government in high school AP classes. I’m convinced they just don’t teach anything in the regular classes or at other schools ?‍♀️

  7. i was not sure where els i had seen this flag but i thougt i saw it in a world war 2 documentery so i looked it up and low and behold the nazi's used the same flag of a fist strangeling a snake to spread there probeganda.

  8. There are two very destructive extremes, and you focus on only one – the Jacobin left. You're ignoring the long corporate imperialist history that is still with us.

  9. it's not just any hand depicted on that flag. it's the historically recognized raised fist of communism on the also symbolic of communism red field. blm is marxist and antifa is communist in origin.

  10. Good job taking the entire thing out of context by skimming through sections of a Wikipedia articles that do not explore the modern usage of the flag and the possible backgrounds of this particular instance that you are trying to rebuke.
    Not only that, you did not even make an attempt to understand the actual message behind the statement. "Go live somewhere else" further demonstrates that you are more interested in building barriers than actually discussing the issue.
    It is ironic that "patriots" like you love the phrase "Dont Tread on Me" so much when the entirety of American history is filled with treading on the weak right from the beginning. I lived in an actual dictatorship so don't tell me that I don't know how privileged I am to be here now. Yes, it's much better, but no, it's far, far from perfect, probably way more than you would like to imagine.

  11. Three Cheers for your Husband from Ukraine! I am only the second generation of my family to be born in the 'States. I have traveled a lot though, have lived some 8-9 years of my life overseas. But, however fantastic those experiences were, I never stopped thinking of home.

    Much of my overseas time was in South Korea, where I taught at a Korean university. Many of my students had studied in the 'States in high school, and nearly all of them wanted to return here. As one of them put it, "In America, everyone has an equal chance."

    I am teaching in the US now (history), and whenever I hear someone refer to the "fascist" takeover, I warn them that I am going to tell the police what they said. Then I ask them what will happen next, and they never seem very afraid that anything much is going to happen. If America really were fascist, they wouldn't make it home that night, and may well disappear entirely. Then quite probably their families. Very few countries would allow the criticism that they levy on our leadership. Even my beloved South Korea, for all its progress rebuilding itself after the War, for its all its successful struggles to oust its dictatorship, still doesn't have our degree of freedom. I take a bit of pride that my Korean students will be the future generation of leaders that will take Korea a few steps further. And some of this they picked up in America!