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Democrats Abusive Relationship

Democrats’ Abusive Relationship With Their Base (And Everyone Else)

If you look at the history of the Democrat party over time in  America, it seems not much has changed.  They still favor a big central government.  They always propose social programs like welfare and food stamps as a way to combat social/economic inequalities.

The Democrats, of course, are the playground monitor making sure the little guy doesn’t get picked on.  Or at least that’s what they’ve always told you.

Whether you believe Democrat policies are authentic and noble, one thing has always been the case (and becomes more apparent by the day); they have an extremely abusive relationship with their base (and everyone else).

History Of Abuse

Since the beginning of our Republic and the birth of the Democrat party, it seems that violence and manipulation were chapter one of their playbook.  They started an entire war over their right to own slaves and eventually assassinated the first Republican President.

They have always been openly hostile to their political opponents so it should be on surprise there are documented cases of Democrats violently assaulting other members of Congress during disputes. Their willingness to use violence, intimidation and legislation to maintain power and control is apparent.  Imagine how they treat their fellow party members who don’t fall in line.

This open hostility gave birth to one of the most violent groups in American History, the KKK. As the militant arm of the Democrats, the KKK sole mission was to suppress black communities and anyone associated with them.

The violence and intimidation were not reserved for only people of color.  No, if you dared associate with, enter a relationship with or advocate for the rights of blacks, you became a target.  If you were a card-carrying Democrat, it was worse.

Everything you’ve ever done, all your good deeds and reputation went out the window in an instant.  Many southern Democrats dared not challenge the KKK out of fear of homes or businesses being destroyed, assault and public shaming.

Although the Democrats figured out a better, less messy way of controlling minority populations in the ’60s and ’70s, their violent past cannot be erased.

The Democrats may have changed their message, but they have NOT changed their methods.

Abusers and Their Methods

In any abusive relationship, the abuser must create a sense of control over their victims.  They accomplish this in several ways:

  • Establish Financial and Emotional Dependency- Abusers must develop a sense of dependency to prevent their victims from leaving.
  • Use Fear as a Motivator/Inhibitor- Fear is a powerful means of control over victims.  It is often used to control behavior.
  • Shame- Abusers often shame their victims in another attempt to control behavior.
  • The Exploitation of Insecurities- Abusers will find insecurities in their victims and exploit those to get what they want.
  • Blames Behavior on Others- Abusers often blame their behaviors on others in an attempt to justify their actions.
  • Manipulation- The use of both positive and negative emotions to maintain control.
  • Intimidation- Abusers use intimidation to prevent their victims from leaving.
  • Empowers Victims in Ways that Benefit Them- Abusers often use a combination of empowerment and shame to keep their victims continually seeking the approval of their abuser.
  • Hypersensitive and Reacts Aggressively- Abusers often overreact to any adverse opinions or actions.
  • Possessive- Abusers often feel a sense of ownership over their victims.
  • They Deal in Absolutes- “My way or the highway.”

The Democrat Parallel

Pretty sure we could end the article here because I guarantee most of you read through that list and immediately noticed the similarities.  Unfortunately, many Democrats are experiencing a severe case of Stockholm Syndrome, so we’ll break this down.

Democrats seek control in all things.  ALL THINGS.  They control the media, which controls the narrative, which controls their victims…er, I mean, voters’ perception.

They want to control nearly all aspects of your life and seek to have as much government involvement as possible.  Dems sell this as “social justice” and “equal opportunity,” but they never seem to talk about all the things you have to give up to have their version of those things.

In doing so, they create dependency which ensures you won’t be able to challenge them in the future.

Dems successfully captured the black vote after they had spent the past 100+ years systematically destroying black lives. (Show me one Republican group in history that had to dress up in and hide their faces because what they are doing is wrong.  Democrats have BOTH.)

Democrats figured out it’s much easier to control these populations if you put them in a box,  assign them a specific victim status and then implement a “solution” that is just enough to keep them coming back but not enough to improve their lives in a meaningful way.

They want to give you just enough so that you’re not starving, but still keep you hungry enough to keep coming back to your “saviors” for more.

Here Comes the Shame

Firstly,  they will make you feel inadequate in many ways.  Black communities aren’t smart enough or have the money to get a government ID.  They need our handouts to be ok in America.  They are severely disadvantaged, and therefore the government must take care of them.

The LGBT community needs the Democrats to protect them and pass feel-good bills that makes it seem like they care.

Evidently, the only communities that don’t need Democrat laws and hand-outs are white people but don’t worry; they’ll shame you too.

If you reject any of these ideas, you’re a racist.  You don’t care about people of color, you’re awful. You’re a terrible person, etc.

If you are a minority and reject these ideas, you’re a race-traitor and self-loathing Uncle Tom.  It’s shocking how Democrats suddenly don’t care about the minorities when they are on the other side.  According to them,  Candace Owens is a Hitler sympathizing white supremacist.

Intimidation, Manipulation, and Absolutes

Nothing the Democrats do is ever their fault.  They’re not responsible for the Jim Crow laws.  Those were obviously those dirty Republicans masquerading as Democrats.

The high homeless rates, high crime, and cost of living in Democrat-run states isn’t their fault either.  There’s probably a Republican somewhere in the state that they can blame.  Or, they’ll tell you that they need more of the policies that got them there in the first place.

They’re not responsible for FDR rounding up thousands of Asian-Americans and throwing them into concentration camps. But hey, they did let them out so you should probably vote for them for the rest of your life.  If you don’t, you’re probably a Nazi.

No Discussion, No Debate

Democrats have evolved into such a massive violent mob of radicals that you either are with them, or you’re against them.   There is no compromise; there is no debate.  If you disagree or question, they will harass you and make every attempt they can to ruin your life.  They want you doxxed, your character assassinated and your entire existence erased.

Democrats will silence you, or else.


Chris Evans, a proud and loud leftist, recently started a website called “The Starting Point” which invites discussion from both sides to promote civic engagement.  This announcement came not too long after Chris stated that he was reevaluating his friendship with Tom Brady over Brady’s support for President Trump, but I digress.

After his announcement, Democrats rushed in to berate and shame Evans for even suggesting that debate and discussion take place.

Check out this tweet thread:


It All Fits

All the signs fit.

Possessiveness? Check.  They claim ownership over every single minority community whether they like it or not.  Democrats represent you and your needs!  If you don’t agree you don’t know what you need to make you happy.

Hypersensitivity? Check.  Democrats fly off the handle and start throwing drinks and punches when someone wears a hat.

People who cannot support their positions resort to violence, name-calling, harassment, and intimidation.  What once was a party of some integrity and noble intentions (I’m looking at you JFK), have spiraled out of control into a group that will say anything to maintain control.  And when that doesn’t work, they will take control, violently if necessary.

Democrats, do you see the overt manipulation and control?  What would happen if you disagreed with your fellow Dems?  What would happen if you decided to leave your party? Would you have any friends left?

If you cannot answer these questions with absolute certainty,  perhaps it’s time you leave this abusive relationship with the Democrat Party.

 

Do Republicans Really Hate Gay People?

Recently, an article by author Chad Felix Green appeared in The Federalist. The article, titled The Stigma Against My Conservative Politics Is Worse Than The Stigma Of Being Gay is a point of view editorial by the author on his life, politics, and the backlash he’s faced since “coming out” as a conservative. 

The response wasn’t great.

Like this from the Chairman of the Democratic Coalition

Or this from a Deadspin columnist. 

Or this:

The list goes on. Rest assured, there was more random hate and outrage spewed at Chad from the left-wing community. The above examples are just a sampling of the response from the media and blue checkmark brigade.

Full Disclosure: I’m not gay. But Chad is. A fact that is obvious since he wrote the piece but also because he doesn’t hide many details of his life. As he outlined in his response to Jon Cooper’s tweet:

Why The Outrage?

It would be easy to pass this off as more leftist hate and double-standards. Does the ideologically-driven “left” of this country really hate people who “wander off the plantation” as commentator and provocateur Candace Owens often puts it?

Sure. There is a growing and religion-level orthodoxy to far leftist thinking. It is seeping into mainstream culture and being propagated by the corporate media.

When Kanye West dared say something nice about Trump, Hollywood acted as though he had a brain tumor. Literally.

When Steve Harvey declared he would be open to working with Trump to bring about positive change in the black community, the backlash essentially sent him back into the woodwork. 

When actor/writer/director Mark Duplass tacitly endorsed Ben Shapiro by saying, essentially, “hey, if you want to hear an honest voice from the other side, check this guy out” the outrage came for him as well. He was forced to retract.

Because feminist and sex educator Laci Green has *dared* converse with Conservatives and Republicans over the last few years; often debating them and taking a pretty typical “leftist” stance on most issues: she’s a travelling companion of the alt-right now, according to Vox.

The list goes on. The backlash against these individuals, as well as Chad Felix Green, shows the evangelical-level ferocity with which “the left” fights back against those who are led astray from the party line of the inter-sectional flock.

But of course, these views didn’t appear out of nowhere. Republicans and Conservatives have not historically been great on gay rights. However, the question is: where are they now? 

Do Republicans Hate Gay People?

I am not now, nor have I ever been a registered Republican. However, I am far more “on the right” than “the left” so sure, I’ll stand-in for Republican thought here.

Do Republicans hate gay people? Some of them do, sure. The same as some Democrats do. Some Libertarians do as well. Green Party? I’m sure there’s homophobia in there as well. Traditionally, since Republicans were closely associated with certain religious groups, this has been magnified. 

Those attitudes, however, are changing. As recently as 2001, a majority of Americans did not support same-sex marriage. That position has been changing rapidly since then.

Among religious-minded folks, attitudes have continued to change as well. Now, a majority of both Catholics and mainline Protestants support same-sex marriage. 

When viewed through a partisan lens, Republicans have also been coming around.

In fact, a greater percentage of self-identified “Conservatives” (41%) are likely to support same-sex marriage than self-identified Republicans (40%).

We’re Moving In the Right Direction

I realize those numbers aren’t where “the left” want them to be. They aren’t where we, as a society, should want to be either. But to put it simply, things don’t change overnight. Attitudes and opinions don’t change because of a law or an outrage mob. Nor should we expect them to. Nor should we attempt to force them to, lest we’re okay with creating a backlash.

In just a little over a decade, attitudes towards same-sex marriage have more than completely reversed. From 54% opposing in 2007 to 62% supporting in 2017. 

Perception, prejudice, bias, and hate do not disappear overnight. However, this is about as close to that occurring as you’re likely to see as an example.

No, I don’t think Republicans don’t by and large “hate” gay people. At least not the ones I’m familiar with and associate with. I’ve honestly not seen a real example of hatred directed towards homosexuality by anyone in my personal circle, past or present.

Is it true that some individuals may not approve of the lifestyle? Yes. And remember, according to the chart above, nearly 1/3 of Democrats would fall into that category as well. 

And that has more to do with the fact that it takes time to bring about change. 

My Own Story

If you had asked me 10 years ago if I supported gay marriage, my response would likely have been lukewarm at best. Maybe? Maybe not. If there was a a vote on it… I’m not sure I would have voted for it. Honestly? I don’t know.

I didn’t harbor any ill will towards the gay community, mind you. And I didn’t think being gay was bad, wrong, or sinful. Truth be told, I don’t think I had a strong opinion on it. I honestly don’t know. I don’t know why most of America didn’t support gay marriage back then either. We, as a society, just didn’t.

My views on this, and many other things, have changed. And they didn’t change because an angry mob yelled at me for being homophobic. They didn’t change because a law was passed to punish me if I said “hey, I’m not sure about gay marriage.” My views didn’t change because gay marriage was upheld by the Supreme Court. No. None of these moved the needle.

They changed for the same reason that anyone else changes their mind. Time and experience. 

When It Happens Close To Home

For a time I worked in a profession where homosexuals are, let’s say, well represented. I came to enjoy working with these individuals and considered a few of them friends. 

Yes, I had (and have) gay friends. Some of them became close friends. The same as any other friendship.

For me, the primary change to my way of thinking came from a particular experience I had. Several years ago and through my work I had become friendly with a lesbian couple. I had known them for several years at this point. Our relationship was a typical employee/customer relationship but it was friendly and in many ways personal.

One of the women became sick. Very sick. She required a major surgery to get better. Her partner, a woman with whom she’d been in a committed relationship with for upwards of 20 years, was not allowed any type of spousal or partner privilege. This would have been around 2007ish. Gay marriage wasn’t legal yet at this time.

In the eyes of the medical community (and more specifically, the laws governing it), she was basically a concerned friend. And friends don’t get granted special permissions, privileges, or access.

These two women were every bit as connected and committed to one another as any heterosexual couple. Yet, the doctors wouldn’t (couldn’t) discuss treatment options, test results, prognosis, etc. Nothing. Family members only. And you’re not family.

I didn’t agree with that. It seemed wrong. It was.

That Did It.

And so my mind changed. It had already been changing before then, but this was the final experience which caused me to re-examine my stance and change my mind. And it changed because that’s how mind’s change. Through time and experience. Through exposure to different people, cultures, and situations.

It wasn’t because a law was passed. And it wasn’t because an angry mob shamed me into getting on board. It was because the reality of the situation had hit close enough to home that I was able to have a serious conversation with myself and decide. 

I realize we live in a woke culture where everyone is supposed to take an obvious stance on issues like this. Younger folks may not realize that there was a time not too long ago where we, as a society, didn’t “just know” the correct stance to take.

So What Now?

I’m sure some Republicans do hate gay people. And I’m sure some Democrats do as well. Which is all the more reason, in my opinion, to treat people like individuals and judge them on their actions and words rather than whatever immutable characteristic box we can put them in.

It’s also all the more reason to not ascribe a presumed viewpoint or policy position to someone based solely on the letter (R) or (D) next to their name. People are a diverse group. Our opinions are often complicated. Sometimes they conflict with one another. Sometimes they go against stereotypical expectations.

If you believe in ideas rather than assumptions; in principles rather than people, you’ll find fellow travelers in places you didn’t think you would. 

Back to Chad

What is clear, however, is that the people who came to attack Chad Felix Green were not Republicans who were outraged by him daring to compare his Conservative-ness to being gay. It was the left-wing outrage brigade which sought to ridicule him for daring to say “hey, it was tougher for me to be accepted as a conservative than as a gay man.”

I’m sure that’s not the experience of everyone who “comes out” as gay, conservative, or both. However, that was his. Agree, disagree, or other. Think it doesn’t matter? That’s fine. Think he’s crazy? Okay. Think he’s just plain old wrong about this? Hey, that’s fine too.  

But don’t try to silence him or tell him to shut up for sharing his experience. You’re free to dismiss it. That’s your right. But if I know Chad (and I don’t), I don’t think you’ll have much luck getting him to shut up.

What’s also clear is that those who came to Chad Felix Green’s defense were not Liberal Democrats. They weren’t cut from the Progressive cloth. They were Conservatives, Republicans, and Libertarians. 

Draw whatever conclusions you like from that. Call it pandering to those evil gay-hating Republicans if you will. I happen to think Chad would call it progress. 

So would I.

A Closer look at the Arizona Election

Arizona Midterm Election, A Closer Look [GUEST POST]

On The Hunt for Facts

Since the recent election, I was concerned about the outcome.

The Republican candidate in Arizona for Senator won on election night.  However, the Democrat candidate was declared the winner almost a week later.

With other elections such as Florida and other states having allegations of voter fraud, I took it upon myself to at least in a small way look at the results myself.

I started with getting the election results from previous elections, dating back to 2010 for comparison, going granular not only by county but by precinct in each county.

Then I made a spreadsheet.

Well, because I like to do spreadsheets and yes I am that guy. I did find some rather interesting results.

The Counties

First, let’s start with the simple number of registered voters versus actual votes counted.

Obviously, A should never be larger than B, such as Precinct 1 would have 500 registered but only 300 voted including early ballots, provisional, etc. Here’s what I found.

AZ Voter Registration Sheet

Apparently, the accounting is not correct, especially if these are supposed to be the official results.

I also added the 203 column, which referred to Prop 203 in 2010 which legalized medical marijuana in Arizona.

Again, it had the same pattern.

Polls said Arizonians didn’t want it. Election night the vote said outright that they didn’t want it.

But hey what’s this, a box? Oh, interesting there’s all these uncounted ballots, and well looky-here it just happens that there are enough votes that it did pass by 4,341.

As I mentioned, these are from the official results from the Arizona Secretary of State.

This alone shows that there is not a proper accounting in the least of whether the registered versus voters are legitimate. Here’s the breakdown by precinct.

The Precincts

AZ Precinct Breakdown

First, I am not showing the actual vote tallies merely because I do not know if they’ve been officially released to the public. First, since the vote tallies are yet to be released publicly, we won’t be stating those here. I just called up each county to ask and they either directed me to the location or they emailed it to me directly.

So until I see that’s it’s been put onto the website as released I’m going to treat it as embargoed, just in case.

The Breakdown

What I have here are all 26 precincts that have more votes than registered. Column F shows the number of votes over and above what was registered.

Columns H and I, well ok I guess I’ll show the votes here, no one tells anyone ok?

Column J is the percentage of votes to registered, essentially the turnout.

At the top is 67%, that’s the average throughout the state.

As you can see going down the column these areas had an overabundance of turnout.

And of course, the R and D is who won or a tie if the vote was the same for both.

Therefore, column O is the amount of percentage over and above the state average.

Yeah, granted, some areas had lower turnout over here and higher turnout over there. Taking these out for this point, there are areas that had 0% or really low turnout, and areas as high as 97%.

However, Doney Park at 1824%?

Oh, Yuma, it had zero registered voters and 19 actual voters, I have no idea how to calculate that one.

So columns P & Q (sorry for S & T, ended up duplicating) are then weighted to that 67% average of what that vote might have looked like. This would mean that McSally would’ve had 3,408 votes less and Sinema 5,712.

The next sheet I’ll admit is purely speculative, and you could shoot a thousand holes into it.

Previous Trends

Historical Voting Trends.

What I did here was in each election going back to 2010 I looked at all the races to look at one specific criterion.

On off-years such as this one, I looked at the Governor candidates, 2016 and 2012 were Presidential candidates.

For each precinct I wanted to gauge whether it leaned Republican or Democrat, going by say for 2018 Precinct 1 carried the Republican, and so on.

In total, I had five elections to base that on, so if a precinct went four or five for a given candidate I would say it would lean that way, less than that I disregarded it.

I then asked some simple questions. How can this precinct that was historically Republican-leaning could vote for Sinema?

That to me had a big disconnect.

True, maybe McSally didn’t campaign there. Maybe she said she was anti-Trump and the voters didn’t like that? Again, many variables.

But that’s a large number, as I show here that’s 11.4% of the precincts that for all five elections were leaning Republican decided to switch?

The next column is worse, looking solely at the 2018 election, those precincts that carried Ducey 237 decided to vote against McSally? Or more precisely voted for the Socialist candidate that in several videos referred to Arizona as the Meth lab of the United States, as well as the sixth C for crazy.

Yeah, I’m sure Arizona wanted that.

The next two columns I did the same questions for Prop 203, received even more stark numbers.

Now granted, demographics shift. Precincts get redrawn, some are added to this election and others dissolved. And as I mentioned maybe McSally had her own issues with getting the message out. It’s just that to me this seems very odd, someone is going to explain it to me.

So let me be clear. If Sinema won fair-and-square then so be it. The manner in which this was done leaves me with huge suspicions, and the released data doesn’t help that. In the very least it shows that the tallying has problems, either in the number of registration or in the vote counting.

Granted, mistakes happen. However, did anyone pick up on the last columns I had, where it said R and D?

The number of precincts that I note had 6 where McSally won and 20 that Sinema won. If you take out Yuma since I don’t know, zero registered voters, that gives 5 Republican questionable to Democrat’s 20.

Very interesting to me.

Right now I have serious doubts as to the legitimacy of Sinema’s election. Until those concerns are addressed, quite frankly, I do not recognize her as my Senator. There is too much potential fraud going on here, I don’t know what to make of it.

Lastly, I do concede that it may be that the Republicans need to turn out the vote better next time. I made this sheet to show the weak points versus the strong and who won in each. Heck, the Democrats could even use this, I don’t mind if they use it, I don’t mind a fair fight.

To See the Full Spreadsheet with all the Data, click here Full Spreadsheet.

the hateful left

I First Encountered The Hateful Left Nearly 20 Years Ago. It’s Worse Now

It’s hard to pinpoint when this deep, divisive animosity first washed over the country. The election of Donald Trump seems like the starting point to many. However, I can personally trace the beginnings of this back to my days in high school in the early 2000’s. That is when I first encountered the hateful left

This is admittedly anecdotal.

My Beginnings.

I grew up in New York in the 1980’s and 1990’s. My parents were Republicans and loved Ronald Reagan. Though I knew my parents were Republicans, neither of them were particularly outspoken. I knew they voted red and liked Reagan. That was about as much of a political “indoctrination” as I had growing up.

We never spoke about politics, policies, or programs at the dinner table. Politics just wasn’t a part of our daily life. I never heard my parents talk about it with their friends, and my friends and I certainly didn’t know or care enough when I was young. Flash-forward to high school, the year 2000, and the 2000 Presidential Election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. This is when I first encountered the hateful left.

The 2000 Election And The Hateful Left

I was not old enough to vote in the 2000 election but my high school was doing a mock election of sorts as part of a learning exercise in politics, elections, etc. Remember, I had no clue about politics. I had no idea who Al Gore or George W. Bush was. I didn’t know or care about their politics, views, or policies.

A classmate and I were talking about the upcoming mock election and he asked me who I was voting for. I said I was voting for Bush. Why? I dunno. He was the Republican candidate and my parents were Republicans. I didn’t care, so whatever. I should pull the lever for Bush. It’s a mock election at a high school in New York and I’m 17 years old. As a result, it’s not like it means anything, right?

The look on my classmate’s face, and I still remember it, is usually reserved for people who admit to torturing small animals.

“Ew, you’re a Republican?” He asked. “How could you be that?”

To repeat myself yet again, remember that I had no idea what a Republican was. To be 100% fair, I’m sure my classmate really didn’t either. We were 17 after all. However, he had been taught in some way, shape, or form; perhaps by his parents, that Republicans were bad. Not just wrong or misguided or a political opponent. But bad.

Imagine My Reaction

I was surprised. Shocked, maybe. The moment still sticks out in my mind almost 20 years later. I may have even felt ashamed. For some reason, I had “outed” myself as something that other people looked down on. Something bad. Something maybe even evil as far as they were concerned.

That was the first moment I felt hatred from “the left.” It’s anecdotal, sure. I have no idea what became of my classmate or what he considers himself to be today, politically speaking. Granted, he was not “the left” at 17 years old and every bit as uninformed as I was. But whomever put that attitude in his head sure was.

It continued into college.

College Days

My experience in college was not as crazy as you hear about today. But the hateful left was there as well. There are a few moments that stick out in my mind as examples of what could be considered “hatred” by “the left” in college. I’ll stick to one for now.

I had just started school. This would probably have been barely a year after the exchange in high school. My first year in college and one of my first classes. A representative from a local New York organization came to speak with one of our classes.

This organization is relatively well known in New York and I won’t mention them by name. Primarily, they work towards social and environmental reform in and around New York State. The individual speaking (they may have been a student but I’m not sure), was pitching the organization and trying to get volunteers to come get involved. After telling us about all the things they were working on, I was interested. I mean, why not get involved, right? Maybe I could do some good.

The speaker said at the end of her talk that if we were interested to come see her and sign up.

“Unless you’re a Republican,” she said. “If so, then f**k you and we don’t want’cha.”

And just about everyone, including the professor, laughed.

Nothing To See Here?

It wasn’t the foul language. I’d heard plenty by then. I didn’t grow up sheltered. As a teenager, I was as foul-mouthed as they come. Still am, sometimes. But it was all of it. This person had been invited or at least allowed to come and speak to a Freshman college class. She cursed half the country and said “we don’t want you in our group.” The professor, leader of the class and a representative of the school, laughed and went right along with it. The hateful left strikes again.

Therefore, the message was clear. Republicans were not welcome at my school. If it wasn’t clear from that moment, it became clearer in the months and years ahead. I experienced or witnessed similar moments. Nothing was violent or traumatizing, mind you. But it was there and it was accepted.

If I had any Republican classmates, they didn’t out themselves. Classroom discussions about any social, government, or economic issue had to be given a left-leaning curve to it otherwise you weren’t taken seriously. No one voiced opposition. That the left-leaning perspective was the correct one was a foregone conclusion. Of course this is the right view to have. Anything else would just be ridiculous, if not evil. I, like many others, put my head down, did my work, and didn’t get involved.

This ridicule, condemnation, hatred, or spiteful feelings about the opposition were only coming, as far as I could see, from one side. The left. Republicans were the punchline to jokes. George W. Bush was literally Hitler (yes, it was said back then too), and anyone who was even slightly “on the right” was basically not welcomed in with open arms.

No, It Did Not Start With Trump

People like to speak about Trump as the cause of all this. That’s far too convenient. President Trump will not be remembered for being a great Statesman or an eloquent speaker. His rhetoric is charged, no doubt. However, as others have pointed out, Trump is not the cause. Trump is the effect. He is not the disease, but the symptom. Trump is not the beginning, and he may not be the end either.

The election of Trump is a response by Republicans for years of being demonized by their opponents.

Think aborting a baby is bad? You’re a misogynist who hates women. Want to own a gun? You support school shootings and love dead teenagers. Think there’s problems with welfare and it needs to be reformed? You hate poor people, you monster. Do you dare think that maybe the government running healthcare is a bad idea? Wow, now you hate sick cancer patients and want them to die. This is the hateful left.

Bubbling For Years

Years of this, fueled by fiery political rhetoric from the hateful left, and propped up by a corrupt and biased media which is essentially the propaganda arm of the Democratic Party (except for Fox News which is the same thing, just in the opposite direction), has led to this.

First, Republicans sent the good ol’ boy establishment GOP guy from Texas and he was called an illiterate moron who was somehow also literally Hitler and evil.

Then, Republicans sent the war hero whom the left has only recently decided they like again now that he’s deceased. He too was literally Hitler and according to Democrats and the media, probably senile and going to die in office. Then along came Mitt Romney. Perhaps the most morally decent person to seek the Presidency in the last several years. He too, was maligned as a rich misogynist with “binders full of women” who was going to bring back slavery.

Finally, Republicans said f**k it. This country is a china shop and we’re sending in the bull.

By The Way, I’m Not Even A Republican

I never felt like I was “raised to be a Republican.” It wasn’t a core part of my childhood. I certainly was not raised to hate my political opponents. Nor was I raised to think they were bad people. Certainly not evil.

I’m not even a Republican. When I turned 18 I registered to vote. My registration says “Independent.” It did then and it does now. Perhaps in part due to my upbringing I tend to side more with “the right” on issues, but I’m not a Republican and never have been.

So no, I’m not even a Republican. But based on my experienced with the hateful left as well as the behavior of the Democratic Party, I’m sure as hell not that either. I didn’t #walkaway from the Democratic Party. They never wanted me there to begin with.

#WalkAway

#WalkAway Gets Unexpected Boost From SCOTUS Circus

Democrats Help #WalkAway…again

Congressional Democrats helped to form an unlikely alliance last week.  Their showing at the Supreme Court nomination helped wake up quite a few more Americans who joined the #WalkaAway Campaign.

 

 

In yet another polarizing issue, the accusation of Christine Blasey Ford set the country on fire.  Despite the complete lack of evidence, Democrats threw their support behind Ford.  The #MeToo shot to the top of “trending” on Twitter with a new one for good measure; #IBelieveHer.

Meanwhile, Republicans and Conservatives approached the issue with skepticism and doubt.  “Why,” you ask? Well, let’s look at the facts.

The Evidence (Or Lack Of)

  1. She doesn’t remember when or where the party was.
  2. She doesn’t remember how she got there or how she got home.
  3. Her recollection of the account and who was there had changed multiple times.
  4. Everyone who “was at the party” according to Ford has denied they were either there or that it ever happened.
  5. She claims she fled the party after the attack and ran home (but wait, I thought she didn’t remember how she got home).  However, she also said she called her best friend from her cell phone after the attack.  The year was 1982.  The first cell phone wasn’t available for purchase until 1984.
  6. She claims she heard people talking about her/the attack at the party. (But she said she fled after the assault, so how is this possible)

There are also conflicting stories in regards to how she remembered the offense later in counseling.

According to Ford, she was remodeling her home and wanted a second door installed so she “could escape” and was claustrophobic after the alleged attack.  This remodel was for a rental property, and all of this occurred in 2008, not 2012 as she claimed.

Also sketchy…

Dr. Ford deleted ALL her social media profiles before sending the letter.

Holton Arms scrubber her yearbooks from the internet, but someone found them and saved them first. **MIC DROP**

For starters, she’s a far-left activist who had pictures on her social media accounts in a Pink Women’s March hat with a sign that says “Not My President.”

Allegedly, a former Facebook friend saw a post where she was bitter about then-Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorusch.  In the post, she states that someone should accuse him of rape to block the nomination.  When the friend replied it was unethical to destroy an innocent mans’ life over false accusations, she replied “So.” (This is allegedly and sent by a tweet.  It has NOT been confirmed, however, so take it with a grain of salt.)

Next, her yearbooks detail racist, alcohol-fueled weekends at Holton Arms.  Sexual encounters with boys were not only frequent, but they also bragged about them.  Lovely.

There’s MUCH more.  Maybe in another article. Let’s keep moving.

Political Chess

Many people believe Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.  They think that something happened to her.  It just wasn’t Brett Kavanaugh who did it.

Senator Diane Feinstein received this letter back in July.  She decided to sit on it until the 11th hour of the confirmation process.

Then, as if by magic, the letter gets leaked to the public and Dr. Ford’s request to remain anonymous was ignored.  The Democrats sprung into action to not only destroy one man’s life but their “victim’s” as well.

Senator Chuck Schumer publicly promised to block this Supreme Court nomination.

“I will oppose Judge Kavanaugh’s nomination with everything I have, and I hope a bipartisan majority will do the same. The stakes are simply too high for anything less.” – Senator Chuck Schumer

Before they announced a nominee, the Democrats had signs printed opposing all the top nominees before one was named.

The entire confirmation process was a complete circus with the interviews being interrupted about every fifteen minutes.

That was all before the accusation was even released.

 

Brett KavanaughDuring the Ford/Kavanaugh testimony, it was made clear that Senator Feinstein and her staff hired the attorneys for Dr. Ford.

The line of questioning to Judge Kavanaugh was hardly questioning at all.  It was a collaborated effort by Senate Dems to bully the judge into withdrawing his nomination and agreeing to an FBI investigation.

The circus continued, and as the proceedings went on, it became more and more clear that this was, in fact, a political hit job.  It was a calculated character assassination of a man who spent his entire life defending our Constitution so that he could watch it get desecrated in his name.

The Wake-Up Call

This embarrassing show of the Democrats weaponizing the #MeToo for political gain was the last straw for many.

It was disgusting and embarrassing.  Many feel bad for not just Judge Kavanaugh but Dr. Ford as well.  The blatantly obvious politically motivated seek and destroy was exactly what many on the left needed to call it quits with the Democrats.


 

I can do this all day.  These were just at the top of the search results.  There are many, many more.  Check for yourself.

Good job, Democrats.  Not only did you add fuel to the supposed “Russian Bot” #WalkAway Campaign, but you also may have just destroyed your mid-terms.

So on behalf of all of us in the #WalkAway Campaign, we want to thank you AGAIN for your support.  We couldn’t do it without you.

Now get back out there and screw up some more stuff.  We have the #WalkAway March coming up soon!

 

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Democratic Coercion

The Left Can only Force the “Progress” They Want

The Left vs. The Right

At one point in my life, I had no idea what the difference between Republicans and Democrats was. Generally, I felt strongly about specific issues, but I didn’t necessarily assign them to a “party.”

Like many young adults, I allowed emotion to drive my opinions about many topics.

First of all, I didn’t understand that Republicans were for small government and Democrats for large government. I knew how I felt about all the major partisan issues; I just didn’t know which side claimed them.

Once I learned more about each platform, I began looking deeper into their histories, campaign messages and prominent figures.

A noticeable trend became clear almost immediately:

The further to the Left a party goes, the more Coercion and Force they use to accomplish their goals.

Don’t get me wrong; politics gets dirty on both sides.  However, in most cases, when one party loses an election or the majority; they lick their wounds and plan better for the next time.  That’s how it used to be, clearly, it’s not anymore.

New Methods

The LeftAs the Democratic Party has shifted further to the Left, so have their tactics.  Instead of campaigning and getting votes, they cry, scream and accuse.

They didn’t win because of inadequacy.  Nope, they lost because of systematic oppression.  They even have an activist group for each type of oppression that we know of (there are new ones being invented every day).

  • Black Lives Matter- Everything is Racist
  • 4th Wave Feminists- Everyone is Sexist
  • Antifa- Everyone is a Nazi
  • LBGTQIABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP+- Everything is homophobic
  • Socialists- Everything is oppressive

Now that the gang is all here, let’s deploy the troops.

Their Mission:

Shame, intimidate, coerce and force their opinions, beliefs, and policies on the general population.

Find an injustice and throw a big enough fit until they eventually cave into their demands. Don’t believe me?

Some examples:

  • Boyscouts of America: Clearly not accepting girls into your association is sexism.  And starting our own organization is out of the question.  Nope, they destroyed 100+ years of tradition instead.
  • Plastic Straws:  Obviously far more important than drug use or violent crime.  Ban them and threaten jail time for violations.
  •  Pronouns: Use the wrong one and they’ll make sure you get fired.  In fact, don’t label gender at all.  This one is a violent crime they care about.
  • Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches:  They’re racist and so are you. If you question this or disagree, more proof you’re a racist.
  • Healthcare: Buy their healthcare at quadruple the cost so they can afford to give healthcare to other people who can’t afford it because they drove the prices up to high.  Oh and if you don’t, they’ll fine you.
  • Jobs: Hire women for your board of Directors or else they’ll sue you for sexism.  Doesn’t matter if they are qualified, or if someone else is MORE qualified; you have to do it.
  • Businesses: If your business is too successful you have to get permission from them to exist.  Obviously, by creating a great product that people want to use, you’re clearly stealing from poor people…or something.
  • Social Media: They don’t like what you’re saying so you can’t say it anymore.  You’re not wrong, they just don’t agree with you so if you don’t shut up, they’ll shut you up.
  • Your Money: They know how to spend your money better than you do.  And they don’t care if you worked hard for it, there are other people who don’t have as much, so you have to give it to them.
  • Being anything but a Democrat: Clearly, you’re a Nazi, so they’re going to punch you and justify it by calling you a Nazi.  Even if you’re a minority. Definitely all Nazis.
  • Being a Baby: How dare this parasite invade someone’s bodies without their consent.  They must be forcibly removed.
  • Being an all Around Awesome Guy: You’re not on their side, so they’re going to destroy your career, reputation, character and hopefully your life with baseless accusations.  That’s what you get for not being one of them.
  • Using Euphemisms: Even if they use the same one, they will call you a racist.

The Left Doesn't Care about Innocent Casualties

This is only a few examples of how the Left must use force and coercion to accomplish their goals.

Obviously, they know what’s better for us than we do.

Same Slippery Slope, Different Time and Place

Every single society that went too far left and ended up with Socialism or Communism almost inevitably became Dictatorships.

Have you ever wondered why?

The shift always starts innocently enough.  Play on emotions, create outrage and victimhood.  Provide a solution in the form of equal outcomes and eliminate equal opportunity.  It’s not about lifting everyone up, it’s about bringing everyone else down.

For the over-achievers, the ambitious ones and the free-thinkers; this is unacceptable.  Either conform to their beliefs or get shamed into submission.  Still want to resist?  Then you must be silenced.

It’s psychological warfare, and when they militarize, it becomes Soviet Russia and Fascist Italy.  They don’t want peace, they want submission.

When we can’t accomplish our tasks with elections, democracy and debate; we will force you.  If you resist, we will attack you.  Not your ideas or your beliefs.  No, we attack your character, your integrity, you as a person and seek to destroy it all.

It’s the same story throughout history. Exploit emotionally vulnerable groups of people, exaggerate perceived injustices, offer utopian society, and mobilize.

Our country is heading down this path.  We’ve seen it happen before in all parts of the world.

Question is, are you going to let it happen to you?

Liberalism is a Mental Disorder

Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder

Liberalism is a Mental Disorder

It will only get worse.

The shrill cries that rang out from the left, like a wounded animal, on November 9, 2016, have grown from roar to a thundering hurricane of raging disbelief and angst. Each day those that did NOT #walkaway, gather in small groups to tell each other how awful life is and that the end is nigh.

And then they hop on Facebook to say it again.

They are victims, though not in the way they believe, but in a much crueler sense from which there may be no salvation.

They are not victims of the things they want to be known for, the racism, xenophobia, sexism, financial oppression, but are victims of core liberal life goals. Now, this is not to say that those things don’t exist, as they surely do, as these despicable beliefs exist in the hearts of most liberals.

They think that because everyone they know is a racist (liberals only associate with other liberals) and because when they think of other races from their own, their first instinct is to pity them with their bleeding heart, which is the purest form of racism, that everyone must be a racist.

If they would only hang out with people outside their bubble, they would learn this isn’t true.

I could go on and on giving examples. This is not the point. We need to look deeper.

The Core of Their Disorder

If we understand the disease that is the progressive movement, then perhaps we can stop battling with them about their ridiculousness and maybe understand their self-inflicted pain.

Once we understand, then it will become clear that the kindest, most humane gift we can give the liberal is indifference. The hate that fuels their sickness can’t live in a vacuum. Without the annoying fact-based voices on the right to debate and slander, the will simply not exist.

What is at their core?

Fear.

The little voice inside the liberal head has been conditioned to only look for the worst possible outcome and to hold lengthy discussions with the consciousness that begin with, “What if…” and end with a feeling of despair.

Like two dozen browsers always open, their minds fuel insecurity. And like a drug, the insecurity becomes an addiction. They loathe making decisions. They want to be told what to think. If a national news story involves two parties, neither of whom are white males, they must wait to find out which side to hate from their shepherds at MSNBC. Only then will the voices in their heads be quiet. Only then will they get their fix.

They like socialism. Not only is it based upon the idea that everyone is equal, it is rooted in a philosophy that in order to make sure everyone truly is equal, a central authority will make all the decisions. But here is the problem:

Liberals have taken the idea that every human should be treated with respect regardless of their race or beliefs and bastardized it to mean that anyone who works hard and succeeds is no better than those who never try.

They believe that the success is only stolen or given, never earned. They look for reasons to reduce achievement to something unworthy of praise. Striving to find the great asterisk to attach to the winners so that they might be brought down to the level of those who just couldn’t be bothered to try.

Their Leaders Feed the Disease

Obama, in a July 13, campaign appearance in Virginia when he was running against Mitt Romney, said, “There are a lot of wealthy, successful Americans who agree with me — because they want to give something back. They know they didn’t — look, if you’ve been successful, you didn’t get there on your own. You didn’t get there on your own. I’m always struck by people who think, well, it must be because I was just so smart. There are a lot of smart people out there. It must be because I worked harder than everybody else. Let me tell you something — there are a whole bunch of hardworking people out there. (Applause.)

“If you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. There was a great teacher somewhere in your life. Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen. The Internet didn’t get invented on its own. Government research created the Internet so that all the companies could make money off the Internet.

They take a simple truth, that nobody lives in a vacuum, and extrapolate from it that those who have risen to the top in their fields of endeavor are no better than those at the bottom. The achievers got lucky.

Why do they do this?

Why do the folks on the left who have clearly been successful through hard work preach against the idea of accomplishment?

Could anyone argue that Hillary Clinton has worked hard her entire life?

No.

What about the other thought leaders on the left?

Again, none of them rose to become leaders by “mailing it in.”

Why then do they cringe at telling the truth?

The Truth

I believe it comes down to two main points.

  • They are preaching to a choir that doesn’t want to hear that reaching goals takes work.
  • They don’t really believe they deserve praise for their accomplishments.

It’s the second point that goes back to the underlying issue that feeds this sickness we call liberalism, the self-doubt and self-loathing.

This progressive disease feeds itself through their constant self-criticism and criticism of others. It makes organism stronger, such that no amount of logic can kill it.

When we understand that the progressives are not the horrible monsters they appear to be, that they are just beaten down souls too weak from a lifetime of self-loathing to fight against the sickness, then we ourselves are freed from the burden of worrying about “fixing” them.

Instead of trying to argue that socialism is terrible and getting nowhere, we should just let the liberal be, secure in the knowledge that they deserve our pity.

These are humans who have been destroyed and beaten down in the most sinister of ways. We should feel sorry for them. We should reach out and hug those who escaped by #WalkingAway.

The individual spirit in the only cure.

Those that can’t be saved will always hate those on the right because we like the accomplishment, hard work, goals, and building better lives. They will hate how we don’t want to be given a free pass. They will rail against those who decide they don’t want a handout but would rather find their own way.

And they will then lament, “If everyone would just vote based upon their own self-interest, we would never lose another election.”

Which is code for, “Vote to let the government run your lives, it’s easier.”

But that’s not what conservatives want. We don’t want to be handed a participation trophy. We want to earn it.

And THAT is the most unforgivable sin the left can imagine.

Because, those who earn it, are NOT the same as everyone else.

They are better.

They are Republicans.

 

I Proved The Democrats are the Party of Slavery [Video]

I Proved the Democrats are the Party of Slavery by Visiting my Local Library

It’s really amazing what you can find in actual books if you are willing to invest the time.  In this video, I visit my local public library to prove that Democrats are the Party of Slavery.

My mission was successful and you can check out the video for yourself right here:

As you can see, the first black elected officials were all Republicans.  So for many of you who wonder how the Democrats managed to secure nearly 100% of the black vote, well that is coming up soon.