Timothy Benton | Jan 9, 2019 | 0
The Left Claims Now Trump And GOP “Evil”, What Is There To Debate?
We have seen it on CNN, the talking heads breathlessly claiming that the GOP and Trump are evil, they are fighting for the side of good, so where does this lead? We have people like Antifa, supported by the left; they are on the streets attacking people that don’t agree with them, say they are fighting Fascism, to them anyone that does not agree with them is fascist, so how do you deal with these people? There is also Black Lives Matter; they attack everyone because they say the Blacks are unfairly treated, they are put in jail in numbers that show institutionalized racism, how do you deal with this?
I think the most important thing to remember, the left is trying to paint this as a pseudo-religious war, that they are knights in shining armor fighting the evil hordes in the GOP, they openly on TV now call us evil, Antifa says we are fascist, so they then are justified to attack us, in their minds they are doing this nation well, this is now what this increasingly radicalized and violent in the extreme, they feel they are justified in their attacks against everyone.
We now have commentators on TV openly telling their audience that not only is the GOP the side of evil, Trump the head of GOP is like the evil emperor, but they must also fight with all they are worth. They claim that Trump is turning the GOP into a cult, they take their cues from Never Trumper’s like Senator Corker, claim since Trump is running a cult they need to break it down.
The claim is that Trump in a cult-like following is threatening other GOP members to follow him. But I must say, I don’t recall schools singing songs about how great he is, not like they did with Obama, There was a cult-like following, but was never with Trump, we know what he is, like him, but no one calls people racist if they criticize Trump, they did with Obama, we don’t have people pledging themselves to Trump, we did with Obama, I find it ironic that what the left was doing with Obama they are now trying to accuse the right of doing this with Trump.
We saw teachers teaching kids to praise Obama as they did in the 1930’s with the Hitler youth, but you don’t see this with children, no schools are doing this with them concerning Trump, but they sure did when Obama was in power.
We saw this with Germany, sure not under Trump, he has not moved to try to re-educate our children, but they did with Obama, as you see above.
The left has taken control of the schools; our kids are indoctrinated from the time they are young that GOP supporters are wrong, then in college, they are further radicalized. The dictators of the past, Stalin, Mao, Hitler knew to maintain their control of the nation over generations they had to first take control of the children, we also saw this under Obama, but for some reason, the left is accusing the GOP of doing this with adults, that is just nonsense. I have found in the past when they scream the loudest, look to what they have done, it is usually fear that what they are doing may be done back to them that drives this.
What we are facing is not a conflict of words, it is for control of ideas, one side feels that the nation needs to conform to their ideology, anyone thinking outside of what they consider the norm will come under immediate attacks, will be called morally corrupt, bigotted, anti-Semite, racist, or Islamophobic. They then turn this as a moral fight, one for the soul of the nation, and they are correct with this, we are in a fight for the soul of this nation, do we wish to continue with the freedoms our forefathers fought for? Or do we move to what Europe and much of the progressive left is pushing for, redistribution of wealth, attacking people based on race (white privilege), or due to their sex (male toxicity).
What we are faced with is not something I would classify as a war between good and evil, although I can understand why it is termed this way. One side wants to fundamentally change how we think, attack any faith that stands in their way, morals that they consider are not modern, the other side believes that all should have the right to worship as they please, to say what they want, and to live by their convictions so long as they are not infringing on others with them. This is a fight for the soul of this nation; we can ensure that it is protected a while longer by voting red this November, but also by giving the right for others to vote blue if they so believe.