[Blind Gossip] Well, this is surprising. This very famous and admired person has always presented themselves as coming from a position of strength, calling themselves “a leader” and “a fighter” and “a champion.”
Guess who is now going to try to convince you that they are actually a victim and that you should feel sorry for them?
A strategist close to the situation tells us about the plan:
You can’t come from a position of strength against an opponent who is relentlessly stronger. You would get creamed. [They] know that. So now [they] are going to switch… and play the role of the perpetual victim!
The theme will go something like this: “I am the victim of bias on the basis of (wealth, gender, race, height, health, age, appearance, family, fame, social media, connections, education, whatever). Therefore you should support me because you are all victims too, and we oppressed people can’t let the bullies win!”
Every attack by the opponent will be categorized and countered as 1. a situation which can be blamed on someone else and/or 2. an outrageous lie by the attacker and/or 3. a personal insult for which everyone should be outraged on their behalf.
The strategist added:
Doesn’t matter if it’s true or not. The only thing that matters is if they can sell it!
Interesting. Guess all is fair in love and politics.
Similar: Presidential Candidate Affair
[Optional] Do you think they will be able to convince people that they are both a perpetual victim and a leader?