I’ve been hearing from people, privately, who are too distraught to comment here, in public.
Their burden is: we’re licked, our country is over, our republic is lost, they stole the election and now they’ll do anything and everything they please to turn America into a third-world basket case.
But we do have public comments to that effect, too.
So what’s the story? Is America really over? We are asked to believe that 80 million of us voted to put a corrupt, senile old monkey in the White House. Who believes that? We’re asked to believe that 80 million of us voted to endorse riots, flood the country with illegal aliens, raise taxes, arm Iran with nuclear weapons, stage a perpetual face mask jihad, and take our marching orders from the Chinese Communist Party. Who believes that?
And the persons to whom we would normally turn for succor, the institutions in which we have for so long put our trust, they stop their ears against us and blindfold themselves against the mountains-high collection of evidence proving that the election was a fraud. The Supreme Court doesn’t want to hear it. The three, uh, “justices” we fought for, they are deaf to us. They don’t want to overturn a fraudulent election because “then there’ll be riots.” The hand that rocks the riot rules the world.
What are we supposed to do? “Oh, well, that’s that, that’s how things are, freedom was nice while it lasted, poverty and intimidation, that’s the new normal, just grin and bear it…”
Is this the same nation that wouldn’t let King George have a stamp tax?
The Democrat Party who did this to us, who perverted our election, is an enemy blinded by hubris. At the moment what they have going for them is shock and awe: no crime like this has ever been committed against us before.
We have to shake off all that shock and awe. Imagine you’re giving a house party and some guest, without warning, suddenly shouts a curse at the top of his lungs and smashes your lamp to the floor. For some moments everybody’s going to stand there staring at him. But eventually the people will rally and either chuck him out of there or call the police to take him away.
So, no, we don’t just say “that’s how things are” and let the monkey be inaugurated. We need to voice our displeasure. We need to scare these people. We need to recapture the American spirit that Admiral Yamamoto feared after he launched the attack on Pearl Harbor, and said, “We have wakened a slumbering giant, and filled him with a terrible resolve.”
We want our republic back.
Shake off the cobwebs and get to work.