What it’s impossible to get through to these ‘ends justify the means’ PCists is firstly, that they’re wrong, brainwashed from above by the world push, and secondly that they cause immense resentment among the population because part of their ‘means’ is the use of wrecking and of violence.
Thirdly, they always, as Vox says, project their own wrongdoing onto us.
Fourthly, they conveniently ignore the crimes of their side – and I do mean crimes, not just disagreement, I’m referring to criminal actions – in order to bring down ordered government and wreck society.
Fifthly, they’re gutless, seeking and easily finding soft targets, e.g. Gretchen Smith:
I can see the whole thing. She naively thinks that because the govt of both persuasions has utterly failed to take care of veterans [in US parlance], that if she does so instead of the govt, then she’s doing a good thing and it will snowball and all will be well.
Hate to say it but Gretchen’s a bit too womanly, which means a bit too tend the bird with the broken wing. I don’t mean she should not, just that she should see why the vets are left to rot. Who it is who let them rot.
And then think – are the other side, led by scumbag DemRats and RINOs like Bushes, plural, ever going to let anyone show them up for what they are?
No, they’ll send some toerag to copyright the name Code of Vets and organise Twitter to give her a hard time. This is their nature – Epstein is just the edge of the nastiness.
Then they come to us in a spirit of reasonableness and want to seriously sit down and discuss. Except, they’re lying, they can’t even lie straight in bed:
McConnell himself is a RINO and that’s for another post but on this matter, he’s right. There is zero intention among any of those scumbags to allow the President to govern as he promised the people.
So I think we can be forgiven, observing them at what they do, for not giving them the time of day.
Lastly, the lovely Ivanka quotes de Tocqueville:
“A decline of public morals in the United States will probably be marked by the abuse of the power of impeachment as a means of crushing political adversaries or ejecting them from office.”
Alexis de Tocqueville, 1835