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Candice Owens on perpetual, existential crisis and how she sums up the propaganda campaigns brilliantly:


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A doctor was running down lawyers and judges. "Why are you awlays so bitter against our profession?, a lawyer asked him. "Well," said the doctor, "You must admit that your profession doesn't exactly make angels of men."  

"No," replied the lawyer, "You undoubtedly have the advantage of us there, doctor."

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