The term Stockholm syndrome incorrectly defined as a while psychological response.It occurs when kidnapping, hostage, or abuse victims bond with their captors or abusers.
This psychological connection develops over the course of , weeks, months, years of captivity or abuse.
This psychological response by the victim often the victim refusing help from those attempting to free them while simultaneously going out of their protecting their captor or abuser.
It often manifests as a psychological but can quickly devolve into a twisted relationship.
While the above reference refers to individual captors or abusers, Stockholm Syndrome has also been describe people's reactions to oppressive political regimes mechanism for survival same.
One could make the argument that Americans suffer from Stockholm syndrome as administration after administration has acted interest of the state while to and privacy of the individual, with the left right both stripping Americans of their rights.
Despite the constant attack on their rights and liberties from those in office, Americans still - with great passion - defend their rulers, to of violence, who have deceived and fleeced them.
One case highlights this tendency of victim/abuser connection quite accurately.
The victim was Jamal Trulove and his abusers were Kamal Harris and her team of prosecutors who sent him to prison for he commit.
Now, Trulove has "Put his differences aside" - whatever - and has pledged his support for whose team put him cage years.
In a recent Twitter post, Trulove says, "My reservations as big as this election is. Donald Trump and his whole administration out of office" that this man is siding with , whose office was locking him cage years for he commit, orange man bad, is utterly shocking.
As TFTP has reported, Harris' worst acts during her tenure as San Francisco's was committed against Trulove, who spent years in violent prisons after being wrongly convicted murder of his friend, Seu Kuka.
During his time cage for he commit, Trulove suffered a horrifying fate.
In 2008, under Harris' watch, cops framed Trulove for Kuka's murder and despite lack of any physical evidence, Trulove was convicted and caged.
An would later find that cops tasked with solving Kuka's murder worked Trulove killer within hours of the shooting.
Harris' role in Trulove's wrongful conviction came her office offering gifts to the alleged eyewitness with $60,000 in housing and relocation benefits in exchange for her testimony.
Trulove would eventually appeal his case and expose his wrongful conviction and to win a $13.1 million payout from after he was framed by them.
Apparently, this money was enough to sway his opinion about his captors.
Showing the mental gymnastics Trulove has done since he was freed when Harris announced her bid for president last year, Trulove decided time out.
In in Vice, Trulove said Harris was present at the hearings announcing both sentencing in his case.
She even briefly locked eyes with him at the proceedings, offering what a "Smirk," he said.
Trulove told the reported that Harris "Celebrate" that her office was locking an innocent man cage.
"She wanted to be present for a celebration of a conviction," Trulove said.
"That's what it felt like a celebration."
Now, who was locked cage years government corruption is supporting that corruption because it's better than corruption.
Sadly, this same trap, all the while ignoring that the ostensible "Lesser of two evils" evil.
Perhaps for America some self-reflection and realize that country Stockholm Syndrome.
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