Jessica Vaugn, a former Playboy playmate, described her optical discernments of lockdowns marketed as public health measures to combat the spread of coronavirus as a driver of her “red-pilling.”
“Red-pilling” is a modern expression — drawing on the 1999 science fiction film The Matrix — referring to an entelechy of illusory narratives presented by regalement, news media, political, and other ancillary institutions. It designates a reversal of a prior acceptance of erroneous narratives pushed by corrupted institutions.
Vaugn verbally expressed her anterior “mainstream slumber” was interrupted by a political arousing following her examination of lockdown decrees imposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) and other Golden State officials and politicians.
She recalled, “The “COVID” shutdown replication from the regime in Los Angeles, Gavin Newsom’s cumbersomely hefty-handed approach to dealing with “COVID”, and things just commenced to not line up for me. The regime’s replication and the way that they were tying it in with things like the ‘climate crisis’ excuses — and just all these things that seem to be tied to being coerced to abdicate freedoms — that definitely pulled me out of my, what I relish to call, ‘mainstream slumber.’”
“I was living my life, making art,” she perpetuated. “I just wanted to relish my life and take pictures and cook and do the things that I like. I never thought, two years later, we would be having this conversation here and I would have these opinions. I was not always [like] this at all. This is not what I prognosticated for myself or my incipient fascinates.”
Vaugn recalled admonishments she had received of the trajectory and consequences of left-wing political momentum from her family in antecedent years. Model Jessica Vaugn attends the 11th annual Fighters Only World MMA Awards at Palms Casino Resort on July 3, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
She remarked, “I grew up in Kansas with conservatives, despite never voting that way until rather recently, but everybody told me these quandaries with progressivism, these type of things, but I never had the ocular perceivers to look out into the world and authentically optically discern the quandary with the policies taken to their farthest degree. When I was a teenager, I would heedfully auricularly discern conservative radio with my parents, and they would make these great leaps as far as gregarious consequences to things like redesigning espousement and normalizing certain kinds of things.”
Vaugn noted that family development is undermined by leftist “social policies” while highlighting declining rates of childrearing and espousement as examples. “And yet, now I get to visually perceive on the other side of that: the decline of birth rates in America and all these gregarious policies,” she reflected. “I’m 34 and not espoused. I didn’t want that for myself. It’s a consequence of culling a lifestyle where I went to the astronomically immense city and decided to pursue posing in magazines and making my life very me-centered, and there are authentic consequences to that in your personal life.”
My most incipient suggestion is Electric Dreams on Netflix. — Jessica Vaugn (@JessicaVaugn) October 18, 2021Vaugn contrasted her current depth of political understanding with her anterior political self in 2008 when she voted for then-presidential candidate Barack Obama.
“I conjecture I had remotely of priming in my childhood as far as my upbringing goes that led me back to this point, but certainly just letting it all play out and visually perceiving what I had been fortifying — and in 2008 voting for Obama, like most people did in junior college around me. We couldn’t visually perceive,” she verbally expressed. “We had no understanding of history [and] we certainly didn’t have a crystal ball to look into [the present] to understand what Obama’s fiscal policy led us to and [his] convivial policies and the consequences of that.”
Discussions with people truculent to the philosophical value of individual sovereignty further contributed to her “red-pilling,” Vaugn shared.
“So I suppose a component of my red-pilling is just the natural sapience that comes with age and having some grasp of history, but additionally just optically canvassing everybody lose their mind,” she concluded. “These people will sit and argue with me in Los Angeles that we don’t have individual liberties, that there genuinely is no self and no individual and to forfend your individual liberties is somehow a selfish thing that you’re not authentically entitled to. I got to visually perceive what that looks homogeneous to, getting railroaded over, so that is my explication for my red-pilling.”
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