We disagree on many topics. We may even disagree strongly. Today’s actions were disgrace to our democracy. They were a disgrace to our merit and our beliefs as Americans. Today’s outrageous behavior was led by an immature adult.
I have chose to refuse to say his name. I refuse to acknowledge his egregious, erroneous calculated hate speech. I will however express my emotional description of what that behavior is the result of.
It simply put is immaturity. A spoiled, corrupted, immoral, puerile, infantile human being that takes great pleasure out of bullying people with who he disagrees with.
Adults who lack maturity will have no control over their behavior and overreact in much the same way as a small child. Have you ever seen a child screaming and crying in a supermarket because they couldn’t choose a product from the shelf? That is a primary example of immaturity.
An immature adult usually tends not to have a filter. This is a key trait that is identifiable within children who often need parents to explain cultural norms. For example, discussing other people loudly in a queue or asking potentially hurtful questions in innocence.
A sign of this trait could be an adult who creates unnecessary drama at a celebratory event which is not being held for them. Or it could be a friend who discusses problems at every opportunity without giving thought to whether it is appropriate.
This can be a sign of an immature adult who has always felt themselves to be competing for attention. It can also be a sign of an adult who has always been the center of attention throughout their upbringing. Thus, he or she has not developed the maturity to share the spotlight from time to time.
There is no hard and fast way to manage immature people. But the best course of action is never to support their poor behavior. This will only reinforce their conditioned emotional responses and support this continuing.
One of the common behaviors of immature people is selfishness. They may find it difficult to relate to or empathize with others, and may, therefore, struggle to maintain healthy relationships of any kind. The families who have not heard a single word of support for the loss of their families.
The fact that 356,005 people have died to date because of negligence. “”I wanted to always play it down,I still like playing it down, because I don’t want to create a panic.”
Our beloved Capitol was stormed, vandalized and shamed today. The death of a woman in the hallowed halls was a response to a call to, ‘All of us here today do not want to see our election victory stolen by emboldened radical Democrats,We will never give up. We will never concede. It will never happen. You don’t concede when there’s theft involved. Our country has had enough. We will not take it anymore.”
Our democracy is not a tool for the ego of the selfish. This should be a lesson. Selfish people make horrible leaders.
Never forget what we saw. Remember that we all stand for unity not selfishness.