Liberal stupidity

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Liberal stupidity (based on Latin: stupēre or stupor; removal from sense or sensibility[1][2]) is statements, policies, or actions by adherents of liberalism which are authoritative in form, but the end of which is devoid of reality or common sense. A recent example is the incredible statement by Democrat Hank Johnson of Georgia, who feared the "capsizing" of Guam should the Navy relocate 8,000 personnel there[3].