Christine O’Donnell Playing the Victim Again

August 19, 2011

After squirming under the heat of the media spotlight, Christine O’Donnell is now on the attack. She is accusing Piers Morgan of being sexist, creepy and guilty of harassment. If these smears sound familiar, it’s because readers of Savory Dish have seen this smearing behavior over and over again.

They have seen it every time a narcissist is pinned up against a corner, every time a con artist is revealed and every time a smear-monger is given a taste of their own medicine. These are the standard defense tactics of a master manipulator. Someone who is very good at turning the tables and playing the victim.

Here’s more of that interview…

Oh how I love to see self-righteous narcissists squirm.

6 Responses to “Christine O’Donnell Playing the Victim Again”

  1. savorydish said

    Before you feel sorry for this “victim”, consider that O’Donnell has spent most of her career spreading hate to gain popularity amongst the social conservative crowd. First gays and now, I guess, people who masturbate. Her hate knows no bounds.

    But it would seem she is particularly hateful of men. And is not afraid to pull the sexism card. Misandry resides on both ends of the political spectrum. I seem to recall reading her past history with men. It should not surprise you that she has had troubled relationships.

    Don’t let the big smile fool you. That’s for the camera. As you can see, that smile turned upside down as soon as she had time to simmer behind the scenes.

    Mean girls should not be surprised when people find pleasure in taking them down a notch or making them squirm. When you treat people like dirt, you will eventually get yours. Karma is a bitch.

    I’m beginning to like that Piers Morgan more and more.

    • savorydish said

      Mean Girls always have a good reason to be mean. They will find away to justify their rage. This is where false accusations come in. They need a reason to be mean. They need an explanation for their irrational behavior.

      • savorydish said

        Walking off is the ultimate weapon for a passive-aggressive narcissist. In their mind, they think they are being the mature one. They are pretending to be above it all. But in fact, they are employing a bullying tactic cleverly disguised as a peaceful measure. They are punishing you the only way they know how. By leaving, they are saying I am better than you. You don’t deserve me. Or in the words of Christine O’Donnell, “I gave up another interview to come here”. IOW Piers and his audience was suppose to be grateful that she graced them with her glorious presence. “I’m so busy and important, I don’t have time for you” Once again, this is the narcissist pumping up their own ego and trying to deflate yours.

      • savorydish said

        The popular notion is that narcissist love their own reflection. Not entirely true. They love the image they have created, but this is hardly an accurate reflection of who they really are. Their self-created image is so distorted that when they see their true reflection, it sends them into a fit of rage. Like a vampire, a narcissist can not stand their own image.

  2. savorydish said

    Narcissists are control-freaks. They must be in total control at all times. If you don’t play their game. They will take their ball back and go home. This is the sort of immature and unrealistic response you can expect.

    The nerve of Piers Morgan to ask questions about her book. Who does he think he is? A narcissist’s ego is too fragile to handle the truth. So when someone confronts them with it, they desperately try to change the topic.

    Demonizing you is their sad attempt at making themselves feel better.

  3. savorydish said

    Demonizing critics is how they escape the truth. Saying you’re creepy, sexist and guilty of harassment is a desperate attempt to scare you off. It is meant to discredit the source of the criticism.

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