When the indictments come down and Trump’s lawyers tell him they are negotiating his surrender to federal agents, nothing will be simpler for him than to post a message like the one depicted above to his followers, over his much-mocked “Truth Social” website.
The entire MAGA right, including what can only be called the Republican Party establishment, has let loose a torrent of hysterical and violent rhetoric that has already led to bloodshed.
My son refused to watch Biden’s address on gun control: “It would just depress me, because I know nothing will change.”
“Replacement theory” is part of the fabric of MAGA ideology now, meaning the “race war” they are “warning” about has already been started—by them.
Aggravating the already existing divisions on an explosive issue like abortion is the work of political arsonists, not “conservatives,” much less jurists worth the name.
I don’t want to alarm anyone, but we have coast-to-coast kerosene fumes in the United States right now, and certain people are lighting matches. What do Trump and Sen. Rand Paul think they are doing, calling for a trucker protest blockade like the one that was just broken up in Canada to besiege Washington, D.C.Continue reading “You-Know-Who Is Lighting Matches”
The MAGAs demand to dominate it all, including cosmopolitan New York, where they insist on the “right” to rape the Statue of Liberty, replace her crown with a MAGA cap, tear off and melt down that plaque with Emma Lazarus’s paean to immigration, and take a dump on the pedestal, too, if they feel like it.
The debate over whether a second civil war might break out in America is over, because the Republican National Committee has officially declared it. Meeting in Salt Lake City Thursday, the Republican National Committee passed overwhelmingly, and without public discussion, a resolution decrying “Democrat-led persecution of ordinary citizens engaged in legitimate political discourse” in theContinue reading “The Republican Party Declares War on the United States”
Reader, I have a confession to make. In the year of (not my) Lord 2004, I apostasized from the faith of my fathers and, for the first and only time in my life, voted for the Republican presidential candidate. Incredible as it is to remember in 2021, that was the incumbent George W. Bush, reviledContinue reading “Political ‘Tribalism’ in America and the Conversion Experience”
Calling me a “degenerate jew,” an anonymous emailer gloated that they would send “Kyle” out to “take out the trash again.”