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Evan Sayet and the “Unified Field Theory of Liberalism”

Evan SayetTom mentioned Evan Sayet in a post earlier today which inspired me to go hunting for published posts on our hallowed pages for a video from Heritage where he explains “The Unified Theory of Liberalism.”

I couldn’t find it, so I knew we had to share it. It will have everyone but Liberals nodding their heads, laughing, and realizing or affirming truths about the left. If that’s motivation enough, liberals will hate it.

Kimberly posted a snippet from Evan a while back with a photo of the book The Kindergarten of Eden – How Modern Liberals thing. That video is a 9-minute excerpt if you’d like to get the flavor for Evan’s Work.

I posted a tweet he published about the Draw Muhammad Cartoon event in Texas, where the two terrorists died out front. Gunned down by security.

Other than that, we’re not deep on Sayet which is sad because he’s brilliant. So it’s time to remedy that.

If you’d prefer to dip a toe in first, check out the link from Kimberly above and give that video ak few minutes. I think you will want to hear more.

And we’ve got more. Below you will find Evans Heritage talk where he expounds on the premise behind the boo Kimberly mentioned: that Democrats aren’t just wrong the modern liberal is wrong about everything. And why.

Here’s the Blurb below the video from the Heritage:

In this, the single most seen lecture in Heritage Foundation’s history — a talk Andrew Breitbart called, “One of the five most important conservative speeches ever given” — Evan lays the foundation for what would soon become known as the “Unified Field Theory of Liberalism” and how and why that ideology leads the Left to side only and always with evil over good, wrong over right, ugly over beautiful, profane over profound and the behaviors that lead to failure over those that lead to success. This is the talk that serves as the basis for Evan’s bestselling book, “The KinderGarden of Eden: How The Modern Liberal Thinks,” the book Bill Whittle calls “Perhaps the most important book I’ve read in the past ten years.

If you’d like to skip the introductions Sayet’s remarks begin around the 7:40 mark.