Applying economics and the Law of Supply to language, when a market is flooded with a term or a word, especially when it is being used for ulterior motives, it lessens the value of said word. I'm of the economic belief that there is a direct and linear relationship between the supply of money and it's value, thus if you double the money supply you lessen the value of the money by half. However, applying the same principle to words the left likes to use when it's losing an argument, I decided to look up the word "fascist" because all the cool kids are using it now to describe a democratically-elected president...who also is looking to lessen government involvement in business and society...which is the exact OPPOSITE of what fascism is.
Regardless, SJW's, antifa's, millennials, and other ignorants have abused the term "fascist" so much that the market has been flooded with 5 TIMES the amount of "fascist" as historically normal. This means today the word carries roughly only 20% of the value it used to and can officially be considered meaningless by adults and mature responsible people.
This has been your "Word Hyperinflationary Moment"