How leftids make law
Remember how you were taught, in school, how laws are made? “How a bill becomes a law,” and all that.
I don’t remember anything in those lessons about threatening and harassing government officials.
A few days ago, cranked-up leftids chased our Homeland Security chief out of the restaurant where she was having a working lunch (https://www.thewrap.com/kirstjen-nielsen-chased-out-of-mexican-restaurant-by-democratic-socialists-fascist-pigs-video/). It was the usual sublime Democrat rhetoric: “Fascist pigs!” Everyone who’s not them is a fascist. “No borders, no walls!” Yeah, let’s have a country without borders. Of course, it wouldn’t be a country then, but let’s not let that stop us.
They also followed her home at night and chanted “No justice, no sleep!” (https://www.commondreams.org/news/2018/06/22/no-justice-no-sleep-protesters-blare-audio-crying-detained-children-outside-dhs) And they played loud audio of children crying–which never bothered them for a minute during the eight years of President *Batteries Not Included.
I didn’t know it was okay, legally, to do this.
So is this the new rule–whoever stages the biggest, noisiest riot gets to make the laws?
If Christians were as fanatical about their faith as leftids are about their ideology, that would be terrifying. Trust me, you don’t want to be in that world.
This tantrum has been going on since Election Night of 2016. Now it’s getting out of hand. Unable to accept the American people’s rejection of their Open Borders & Transgender Fun Pack, the Left turns now to lawlessness. Or rather, even more lawlessness: they were already flouting our immigration laws.
We’ve got the nooze media, the looniversities, movie stars, and Democrat politicians whipping into a frenzy a lot of leftids who are already a dozen fries short of a happy meal… and this is dangerous. This is how republics die. This is how First World countries turn into Third World hellholes.
Tell me they’re not prepared to bring this country down, if that’s what it takes to get them into power.
Not that I’ll believe you.