When the left/Democrats accuse the Republicans of doing or being something, i.e. racist, fascist, etc., they themselves are guilty of it. They always project their faults on others, and there are no exceptions, even when they accuse Trump and other conservatives of being fascists.
Nancy Pelosi seemed to suggest to Milley that he should usurp the President's powers as Commander in Chief by subverting any Trump order to launch a nuclear attack. Was this just theatrics or a subornation to treason? Did the Democrats, having fantasized about removing the President from office by force collude with Gen Milley to do exactly this? Did they plan a military junta to save democracy?
As a public servant, sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution, Gen Mark Milley is obliged to answer these questions. Most men of honor would have stepped down in shame over the Afghanistan debacle alone. Integrity, not to mention the law, demands that if the allegations make by Woodward and Costa are true, he should immediately submit himself to disciplinary action and removal from his position in the U.S. military.
COVID bigots demean people for wanting the right to make their own decisions, and not be forced into taking actions like being vaccinated or wearing masks. Unable to process the libertarian position for what it is, they dismiss it as ignorance or selfishness.
Cancel culture comes for Dr. Seuss, but there's a more nuanced perspective to the whole thing.
(The left) believe that they are capable of making the world a Utopia in their image. This requires gaining control of the populace, and inevitably leads to authoritarianism, totalitarianism, fascism.
The proposed 5-7 thousand troops is still too high. It's an expensive way to gaslight the people into believing that their neighbor who had a Trump sign in their yard is a potential terrorist.
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It was a catastrophic day for every freedom-loving American even before the incident at the Capitol. It was a threefold disaster, being so on the moral, legal, and political levels. The podcast explores each of these.
If they follow through on their plans to end the filibuster, pack the Senate by adding one to two new states, then pack the Supreme Court, and institute eco-fascism in the guise of the Green New Deal, America's status as a functioning constitutional republic will be at an end. Soon, the kind of people we fought wars to keep from taking power in America, will have the power.