No, it’s not up to “us” to make the lunatic liberals who are communist activists feel better when they go too far as to actually attempt to assassinate public officials, to stick up our hands and say we are equally at fault for the rhetoric of our nation. We are at war with them—they started it—and it is completely up to them to correct the situation. We put up with Barack Obama and his cadre of terrorist friends—(like Bill Ayers) for many years. We didn’t like him, we spoke against him and we worked to get him out of office. But we certainly didn’t try to kill him or even play dirty. Republicans if they are anything tend to be overly honest and good, “turn the other cheek, Christians” even to a fault. So “we” are not equally responsible for what the Bernie Sanders presidential volunteer did at an Alexandria, Virginia baseball field when he shot up a bunch of congressional Republicans practicing for a charity game. The fault is clearly with the leftist supporters of Hillary Clinton who like Snoop Dog and Madonna have simulated executions of President Trump for months in their “art” and disguised their message of assassination command behind the veil of “free speech.” They knew what they were doing—they hoped one of their followers would “sacrifice” themselves the way that ol’ James Hodgkinson did—with violence under the banner of terrorism to stop the Republican advance since the 2016 elections. The only difference between Democrats and ISIS is that the Middle Eastern terrorist organization at least admits what they are up to. The Democrats hide their true intentions which is often exposed when they are under pressure—such as they are now. They don’t want to get along. They want to destroy traditional value in America and they’ll stop at nothing—even murder to do it. Both Democrats and ISIS depend on terrorism of some form to advance their causes through fear. So, in that respect, their motives cannot be separated.
When Ted Nugent declared he would not participate in hateful rhetoric anymore the day after the shooting by James Hodgkinson he gave the left what they wanted—what the political right always gives the left—a branch of peace and a seat at the table complete with a hug and reassurance. But these people deserve none of it. The Huffington Post and many other progressive outlets took the Nugent story and ran with it so that other progressives would know that their terrorism had scored a hit and softened the resolve of the Trump base. That is how these very evil and vile people play the game—they do bad things, throw themselves on the sword to gain the sympathy of others and out of compassion they pull you in to their crimes corrupting forever those who offer out a kind hand of solidarity—then they cut your throat while you sleep. No, that’s not how this game is going to go down.
I in no way would call myself a radical “fringe” Republican. I love old westerns, the old television show Little House on the Prairie, and old Disney shows like Zorro and Davy Crockett. Both of my grandparents were farmers and my mother was a housewife. I went to church almost every Sunday during my youth—up until the wife of the pastor of my church wanted a divorce from him. When he (the pastor) failed to hold his marriage together I left the church because if that could happen to him—something was wrong and I resolved not to listen to people who didn’t have all the answers in life. I’ve always worked hard, treated people fairly—I don’t like to drink, I have never smoked, and I despise drugs, loose sex, and reckless living—for which tattoos are a part of. I have watched over my years specifically, the world move dramatically to the political left, but I have not moved at all. So what is considered the radical fringe right is now where I am standing. But that is only so as defined by the radical lunatic communist leftists who have moved that perception through popular culture so far away from what used to be normal that it looks that way as defined now—in these crazy, turbulent times.
I’m hardly some underwear wearing basement blogger who can’t function in the outside world. I’ve turned down radio jobs, television offers and political advisor positions to do what I do for a living which as of now is international business. I like challenges and am active in the world—very much so. I’m what many would consider extremely successful in all aspects of my life. I was in Chef Ramsey’s restaurant in Chelsea, London a few months ago enjoying a very nice lunch—3 Michelin Star ecstasy—but of course during the three-hour meal I had to use the restroom. Ramsey’s Chelsea restaurant is small—even though it is quite exquisite—it’s a little place. So it only had one restroom—and it was a typical unisex European kind of thing. When I walked in a very beautiful woman was standing in front of the mirror so I was concerned that I walked into the women’s restroom and for that she gave me a little giggle. I stepped out and immediately tried to go into the kitchen deducing that obviously the men’s room was in there. The staff politely told me that the room with the beautiful woman in it was in fact the place I was supposed to be, so I proceeded cautiously. Once in there the woman shook my hand and let me know that she was OK with everything, and not to worry. She simply said, “Americano, yes.” Not having anything else proper to say I replied with a smile, “That obvious, huh?” For which she nodded and returned to her mirror where she was adjusting her makeup. I could tell hundreds of similar stories about European travel but my overall impression was that they were pretty “fu**ed up.” There wasn’t anything about their culture that I thought America should learn from except for maybe more of a love for books and fewer restrictions on the sciences—such as archaeological endeavors which work pretty well in Europe due to all the history recorded there. Europe is a nice place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there. Yet these new American leftists want to turn America into Europe essentially, and I’m not OK with that. Believe me, I’ve been around the world enough to know what I like and want. My views aren’t just because I live in a “midwestern bubble of conservatism.” I’ve even done work in Hollywood and have known my share of stars and producers. I’ve heard their perspective and I’m not buying into it. They haven’t changed my mind about things—let’s just say that. Most of the time the people I have interacted with have wrecked lives based on their stupid left-winged philosophy and it’s never been tempting to me at all.
These leftists moved into America and shipped in ideas that run counter to the traditions of this country shortly before World War II and have been taking over our institutions with a military like zeal for nearly 100 years now—and conservatives like me have been very gracious along the way—thinking that we could have an honest philosophical debate and let bygones be bygones. When Obama was elected and Democrats crammed Obamacare down our throats shortly before Christmas in 2010—and Nancy Pelosi said we had to “pass the bill to read what was in the bill” many of us took that as a final straw. We were no longer going to put up with the communist insurrection that was hiding itself behind the Democratic Party—so we took steps to fight back and six years later we had Trump in the White House to “Make American Great Again” meaning—a restoration of the traditions and attitudes that made America great prior to World War II. That didn’t mean we wanted to slap women around and put them “back in the kitchen fetching beers for their men lazily sitting on a couch watching football” but to open doors for ladies at restaurants, at least respect our neighbors, and promote the idea in our children of working hard and smart so that they could live a productive life.
The political leftists always intended to take over our country, they weren’t trying to live within its framework—which is why they support illegal immigration so aggressively—because they want people from other places to help them change America into something else. They thought they could shame the rest of us into putting up with it along the way—which ultimately led to the shooting by James Hodgkinson. It’s not Republicans who go around shooting presidents and congressman—it’s always been liberals because the essence of their political philosophy is group assimilation through intimidation and raw force. It starts in the liberal public education system with kids making fun of other kids who aren’t members of their peer group for a strange haircut or a medical condition then it ends in congress or the senate using phony intelligence information from our covert institutions to attempt to drive an honestly elected president out of office by a media that thinks it’s in charge of something as an unelected layer of government. It’s a contaminated infestation of foreign ideas that do not work and America rejected it when given the option. So the political left seeks to remove any options such as they are doing now, and when shaming people doesn’t work—they turn to violence.
I remember when it was a huge controversy that the Devil in the television show, The Bible looked like Obama, just a few years ago. That is about the worst that conservatives ever did to Obama. Sure they questioned his birth certificate—for good reason. They questioned his ties to domestic terrorists for good reason—and they hated him for going around the world bowing to world leaders and weakening our foreign policy everywhere—seemingly on purpose. But we didn’t shoot up congress and we certainly didn’t put out stuff trying to incite our base into killing the president the way Kathy Griffin did and many others on the political “MAINSTREAM LEFT.” We’re not talking about fringe people—we’re talking about Madonna, Snoop Dog and the entire art community of Broadway—the people who establish “popular culture.” The political left overestimated their own power when they took over all our entertainment and media institutions thinking that they could turn all of America into drooling idiots similar to what they did in Europe. What they ended up with is only half the nation going toward their side leaving the other half very upset and ready to fight. So we elected Donald Trump as a “non-violent solution” to their long-term attack on our country as a “domestic enemy.” We stopped watching their television shows, their news reporting and reading their papers driving their numbers down toward desperation. Knowing that, they have turned toward violence because they have nothing else.
Without question when the cameras weren’t rolling Kathy Griffin, Snoop Dog and Madonna along with hundreds if not thousands of other entertainment types hoped that their violent “art” would provoke someone like James Hodgkinson into committing an act they never could—like taking violence to the enemy—the heart of America—a baseball game between Republicans and Democrats. They also knew that invoking such violence would force everyone to look at how they’ve contributed to the situation and reassess their input, like Ted Nugent has. And by doing so, they get conservatives to admit to a fault for which they played no part of. So, no, we aren’t going to be playing that game. “We” meaning conservatives, did not contribute to the split in this country, or the angry discourse. That is completely under the ownership of liberals. They decided through aggression to antagonize the traditions of America and half the nation refused to go along and are now in open defiance. The introduction of the hostilities came from the left—not from the right—and the mandate to defend themselves from an insurrection falls on the political right. It’s not extreme to want to protect what you value and if tradition is it, then that is their prerogative. But conservatives are not at fault in the least for the violence that let to James Hodgkinson. The political left, the radical leftist loons who have nothing to win an argument with in America only have the threat of violence to stay alive in this political theater. And it is they who deserve to feel the pain and punishment of these terrible crimes.
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