Posted on | February 20, 2012 | 18 Comments
At least if you’re part of “Occupy Wall Street”:
This was just another gentle Occupier with a heart of gold enjoying some hot, consensual man-on-teen action. He totally tapped that 14-year-old ass. High fives all around!
That’s actually Jenn Taylor’s summary of Olbermann’s evident attitude: In attempting to “debunk” reports of rapes at Occupy encampments, KO insisted that a 14-year-old engaged in consensual sex with a 23-year-old convicted sex offender, Richard Armstrong.
You may be thinking to yourself: “Hmmm, why would a sex offender be involved in a protest movement about ‘economic injustice’? What’s the deal? What’s the shared interest there?”
Answer: The sense of aggrieved victimhood common to sociopathic personalities, as I explained in November:
Celebrations of sociopathic tendencies — and demonizing wealth is sociopathic — tend to attract maladjusted deviants.
Have you ever seen the movie Repo Man? There’s a scene where a punk tries to rob a convenience store, is fatally shot, and his dying words are, “I blame society.”
In those three words, the punk enscapsulates the entire worldview of the sociopath: His problems are always somebody else’s fault.
A contemptuous lawlessness, a lack of empathy, an outrageous sense of selfish entitlement, the tendency to demonize authority figures and to see the “System” as inherently unjust — these are traits of the sociopath, and it is impossible to look soberly at the Occupy movement without recognizing it as a sort of sociopathic street carnival.
The movement naturally attracts criminals, because of its own essentially criminal ideology.
The 23-year-old sex offender Richard Armstrong, rather than having learned any lesson from his prior conviction, evidently came to the Occupy Dallas encampment looking for an opportunity to re-offend, and found it. On behalf of the two-time sex offender, Keith Olbermann therefore says: “I blame society!”