Slightly Disturbed in Current Events

  • Nov. 7, 2020, 1:58 a.m.
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Former bartender Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted: Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future? I foresee decent probability of many deleted Tweets, writings, photos in the future. This dehumanization of Trump supporters is what they did in Nazi Germany, Soviet Russia and Communist China. They dehumanized the millions that they killed in the name of social justice. Michael Simon, a former staffer of the Obama administration has put together the Trump Accountability Project. This martyrdom will be to scare others from thinking differently and from having different values. I don’t care what a person’s politics are but I wouldn’t let myself be like the brainwashed one who stood by and cheered when they stuff Jews into trains in Germany, when they hung business owners from trees for miles and miles in Russia and when they publicly killed landlords in the streets of China. Support Biden, hate Trump but this neo-Marxism is dangerous.

I’ve always said the leftists were one charismatic leader away from becoming radicalized like the National Socialist Worker’s Party of Germany. I’ve been keeping my eye on AOC. Literally she was telling people that they need to become radicalized. We’ll see what comes of this. Not all Biden supporters and Trump haters are this insane. AOC had suggested this already, going after officials who supported Trump. The 69 million people who voted for Trump have their constitution and bill of rights to protect them. The DNC does not have the ability to grow that majority government to replace the very system that governs their country. This is textbook. Create the problems, indoctrinate people to blame the system so they will want the system replaced with what? Big Government. It’s hard to reverse this ideological subversion. Candace Owens going after Big Tech for speech is a start. We can’t let everything be this polarized.

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