Laying the groundwork in quicksand

Democrats continue to lay the groundwork for Resistance II: The Civil War. Andrea Widburg – “How does one get ready to overthrow the duly elected president of the United States? After all, the Democrats’ Deep State efforts during Trump’s first term have failed. Democrats are therefore getting their ducks in a row for a more aggressive challenge.”

“facts are irrelevant. Leftist fanatics like Waters and Reid believe that, when Trump follows both the letter and spirit of the law to protect federal property, he is conducting a trial run for a coup attempt

Beginning with George Washington stepping down after his second term, and right up until 2016, the peaceful transition of power in America has been enviable. In 2016, the Democrats reneged on that social contract with an attempted backdoor coup. In the lead-up to November 2020, like a rattlesnake shaking its tail, Democrats are signaling that Phase II of the “Resistance” is going to be even more “in your face” than before.

Biden and the Democrats Can’t Win by Insulting Americans. J.B. Shurk – “”

“Donald Trump insulted the D.C. mammon-worshippers who sold out American workers for communist China, and 68% of Americans agreed. He insulted a political class that had done nothing but aid and abet illegal immigration at the southern border, and 57% of Americans agreed. He insulted the self-appointed priests of political correctness, and 65% of Americans agreed. He insulted an American government golem that has spent more time and money fighting foreign wars than building bridges, fixing roads, and constructing state-of-the-art airports at home, and 58% of Americans agreed. Sometimes he did it with a well crafted speech, sometimes with a raucous rallying cry, and other times with a schoolyard taunt that fixed itself firmly around his opponent’s neck like a clove of freshly cut garlic. What he never did was insult indiscriminately, and he never turned his ire toward the American people. What President Trump has always understood, and what the Democrats have found too difficult to grasp, is that the “art of the insult” works only when you target the small number of people with all the power, not the great majority of Americans with no power at all.

Hillary Clinton called half of America “deplorable” and “irredeemable,” … Jemele Hill is certain that every single Trump voter is inherently racist … The NFL and Team USA Olympians and other sporty turncoats have decided to turn their backs on a national anthem we sing to honor the sacrifice of all before us and the promise of national unity for all ahead, and they may be surprised to find that Americans have no need to pay homage to athletes who can’t pay homage to heroes. … And Joe Biden, having entered the race for the presidency under the pretense of returning the nation back to the “normalcy” of the Obama years, has decided to openly embrace the Democrats’ hatred for everything American by promising a “fundamental transformation” of the country the likes of which we’ve never seen.

There could be no greater insult to Americans than to ignore their wishes on immigration, burn their flag, tear up their Constitution, and spit on the graves of their loved ones while undertaking to deprive them of exactly what their loved ones fought to preserve.

A question for Jeremy Olson [updated]. Scott Johnson – “One-man rule is supposed to be a short-time affair, but that’s not how it’s working out. It’s a long, long way to temporary.” … “One has to read the enforcement provisions of the order in paragraph 20 on pages 13-14 of the 15-page order to understand the in terrorem effect that is intended. It’s not Minnesota nice.”

The Key to Defeating COVID-19 Already Exists. We Need to Start Using It. Harvey A. Risch – “the medication has become highly politicized. … the drug has not been used properly in many studies … concerns have been raised by the FDA and others about risks”

“In the future, I believe this misbegotten episode regarding hydroxychloroquine will be studied by sociologists of medicine as a classic example of how extra-scientific factors overrode clear-cut medical evidence. But for now, reality demands a clear, scientific eye on the evidence and where it points. For the sake of high-risk patients, for the sake of our parents and grandparents, for the sake of the unemployed, for our economy and for our 1polity, especially those disproportionally affected, we must start treating immediately.

Lies! Racist! Tyrant! Dictator! And on and on … just who you talkin’ about?

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