Saturday, June 17, 2017

Complete lack of pushback means the Left is winning Civil War v. 2

It is war, dear reader. Make no mistake about it. It is a state of war that we find ourselves in.
Radical Islam not only declared war on us many years ago, which we in the West continue to deny because we think that's the superior way to go about it—to just ignore it and hope we ourselves or our loved ones don't get affected by it. Now the radical Left has made only too clear, through their words and their actions, that they seek the elimination of the workers, the contributors, the makers and the givers in society. You know, the "deplorables".
If the Antifa goons and other assorted two-legged trash cannot get at Trump, they will riot, cause unrest, block roads and beat up the President's supporters. And now, stoked by the vicious musings and exhibitions of celebrities and those in the media, they will take out high-ranking members of the Republican party, even though most of the GOP is complicit in the Democrat/Deep State coup against the Trump administration.
Hatred, however, as we have seen time and time again, is indiscriminate.
A Bernie Bro went ballistic and, rifle in hand, started shooting into the Eugene Simpson Stadium Park in Alexandria, Virginia where a congressional charity baseball game practice was in session. Majority House whip Steve Scalise, a Louisiana Republican, was hit while on second base and is currently in critical condition.
The anti-Second Amendment gun-grabbing crowd cannot square with the fact that one of their own had a firearm—because it's just toothless, Right-wing hicks that have them, y'know. Furthermore, the stark reality is that if Scalice had not been at the game—if the 51-year-old had decided he was not well enough to attend—there would have been no armed cops there. In other words, had Mr. Scalice not been on the baseball field, we would very likely have had another Orlando-style massacre nearly a year to the day since the jihadist Omar Mateen took out 49 at the Pulse nightclub.
I tell you, those guns, they just have sinister minds of their own. We can't possibly blame the radical Islamist or the Rachel Madcow-worshiping moonbat for their actions, now can we? Incidentally, I'm still waiting for vehicle and kitchen knives control here in England, but never mind.
Suddenly, there's soul-searching occurring among all the subversive talking heads. Maddow herself vows she and her network will look into the matter, to "see where the evidence leads," and Joe Scarborough is suddenly concerned about the tone of current political rhetoric, conveniently forgetting that he and his consort co-host Mika Brezhinski have done nothing but ratchet up a tirade against President Trump since the day he took office.
The media now desires a "Kumbaya" moment and opines that everyone is to blame. They are asserting that the Left needs to calm down but also, in a tizzy of the moral equivalence that we have thoroughly come to expect from them, alleging that the Right has to chill as well. Can anybody tell me which college campus has erupted, how many buildings or cars have been torched, or people assaulted due to roving gangs of Sean Hannity-following conservatives? Come on, all you know-it-alls on the Left and in the media, tell me who they are.
Every single instance of politically generated violence in the U.S. lately is attributable to the progressives. But it's still somehow President Trump's language that is to blame, don'tcha know. Golly gee. Funny how that works. All the beautiful, peaceful liberals on social media, meanwhile, offered their predictable justifications for the shooting of Rep. Scalise. Here's a small sampling:

  • "If the shooter has a serious health condition then is taking potshots at the GOP house [sic] leadership considered self defense?"
  • "If KKK support [sic] Steve scalise [sic] dies, the shooter deserves a holiday, true leadership. Now the trumps, kush & Miller [sic] need to be 'transitioned'."
  • "It seems callous to say it out loud, but Republicans are pushing a health care bill that will kill people. As dead as any shooting victim."

Isn't it great how the cheap, fake assertions of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi with regard to the GOP health care bill, which isn't even a repeal of Obamacare, just the same with a bit of free-market principles sprinkled on like jimmies—and which the Senate hasn't even finished with yet—has these moonbats in a murder-advocating spot of bother? These idiots say nothing about Barry Obama's $70 million dollar book deal, the $5 million mansion he and Michelle now reside at, and his schmoozing of the Wall Street crowd for a $1 billion dollar donation for his own Presidential library, because he was such a caring man of the people and his legacy deserves to be immortalized. Yep, yep.
Don't give me the free speech argument for these freaks. Not only would the First Amendment be under attack if the Coughing Pantsuit had gotten into office, and if they had their way, but freedom of speech and of expression does not cover direct calls for violence, and that is all that the Left has offered going back to the Occupooper and Black Lives Matter (Only When White People are Involved) "movements," stirred up by Saint Obama, and the Antifag domestic terrorists mobilized in response to the legal and Constitutionally sanctioned Trump presidency.
Not that I'm about to let Mr. Trump off the hook, because he had a great chance to respond to this Leftist chaos and upheaval, but instead all we heard from him was some milquetoast RNC-approved screed about how all Americans need to come together—which is impossible because the Alinskyite Left won't allow it—and how hard our congressmen work—which is truly risible, unless Mr. Trump means hard work performed in pursuit of removing him from office through investigations into fake crimes and made-up allegations of foreign "collusion" with which to "steal" the election.
"We can all agree that we are blessed to be Americans. Our children deserve to grow up in nation of safety and peace and that we are strongest when we are unified and when we work together for the common good," Trump said hours after the shooting. So where is the unity in advance of the common good going to come from, Mr. President? Honestly, I'd love to know from which corner of the nation that will materialize, because I sure as hell don't see it.
"We may have our differences, but we do well, in times like these, to remember that everyone who serves in our nation's capital is here because, above all, they love our country," Trump also said in his speech. How he did not throw this ridiculous pablum back at speechwriter Stephen Miller and fire him on the spot is mystifying to me.
To be honest, I can't envision a more useless government body, that isn't even slightly interested in doing its job—the work of the people—than the current Congress. Mind you, I can't possibly imagine why, led as it is by inspirational luminaries such as Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelsoi. And you know that Ryan and McConnell, the majority leaders, really oppose Schumer and Pelosi in their zeal to impeach the President? Right? Anyone?
I've had it with them. The 115th Congress of the United States is a huge embarrassment, nakedly flaunting its corruption and laziness and willingness to protect its graft by allowing investigations into non-wrongdoings by President Trump and the appointment of a partisan special prosecutor. But that doesn't give a warped progressive the right to try to take out any member of the majority party. That is an act of war, and it ought to be regarded as such.
America is at boiling point right now and the first shot of our second civil war has just been fired. I say, the response to the enemy is long overdue and should be met with the fiercest firepower possible. Alas, it's not going to happen. Congress won't fight. The President, if that cringeworthy speech he gave is any indication, won't fight. How much more of the Left's insidious hatred, pure viciousness and revolutionary Marxist impulses be mainstreamed and tolerated before it is mercilessly beaten back? When will enough really be enough?
As it stands now, The Resistance has no resistance.

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