Now that Americans have finally begun shooting back at the insurgents, we should probably go ahead and admit that we are in a new civil war. We have two sides and there have been casualties on both. That’s it. Civil War 2.0. Go ahead and admit it to yourself, quietly if necessary. But admit it. We haven’t seen political violence like this in America since the 1800s. A scary minority in this country has decided we will try the whole failed socialism thing – and the normal people are going to have to shoot their way out of it.
That hag who has haunted our nation’s nightmares for more than 30 years now – Hillary Clinton – was on a podcast with some cheering feminist cat lady the other day. Clinton told us what was coming:
“Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances.”
One possible “circumstance” is that Donald Trump is about to win reelection by a Nixonian-level landslide. Should Joe concede in that circumstance? No, not according to Hillary Clinton. Under no circumstance should Joe Biden continue our nation’s longstanding traditions of accepting the results of an election.
Hillary’s right-hand man, John Podesta, helped the party run through several “wargame” scenarios recently, in which a roomful of Democrat big thinkers role-played the 2020 election. Podesta portrayed Joe Biden in the games (so he presumably napped a lot). But when Donald Trump “won” the election, California and Wisconsin refused to certify the results and Podesta (Biden) refused to concede the election.
At that point, “everyone waited to see what the military would do.”
First of all, the Democrats don’t sound like a party that is confident that it has a chance of winning in November, do they?
Second, we should take them at their word when they say that they don’t plan to accept the results of the election, if Joe Biden loses. And why would they? The Democrats still haven’t accepted Hillary’s loss from 2016, and Stacey Abrams believes she has been the Governor of Georgia since 2018.
After Black Lives Matter and Antifa have taken an unknown number of lives this summer – the numbers in New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Louis change daily – Americans have finally had enough. They’re no longer simply brandishing rifles at the mobs, like the wonderful McCloskey couple in St. Louis. They’re sometimes shooting back now. And if we remain unwilling to call it a civil war after the two opposing sides are shooting at and killing each other, what term should we use instead?
A group of Black Lives Matter anarcho-terrorists was holding a march from Minneapolis to Washington, DC. Naturally, they were disturbing the peace in every town along the way (it’s a long walk).
In the town of Bedford, Pennsylvania (population about 2,600), the mob started a ruckus and one of the anarcho-terrorists ended up with a lot of birdshot in his arm. In Kenosha, WI, anarchists who had been bused in from Seattle and other places did what they do best. They like to peel individuals off from the herd and then overwhelm them with superior numbers to beat them senseless or kill them.
The “victim” that they peeled off last week was 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse. But the mob was unable to overrun young Kyle. He plugged three of them with an AR-15. Leftwing authorities were quick to charge Kyle with “intentional murder.” Most normal Americans wanted to adopt him.
Kurt Schlichter polled his roughly 300,000 followers on Twitter. 68% of respondents said they would never support a murder conviction for someone in a scenario in which they shoot three hooligans the way that Kyle did. Another 23% said they probably wouldn’t convict him. Only 2% said they definitely would. Yet we already know this kid is unlikely to get a fair trial and the judge will likely give him a 400-year sentence, which will be upheld by an Obama-appointed federal judge.
A Trump supporter was shot dead by Antifa over the weekend in Portland, OR. A pro-Trump motor parade in Los Angeles was fired upon. The list goes on and on.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and his wife were nearly killed by a mob on the final night of the RNC convention. That’s not hyperbole. If they had been unable to find police protection, the Governor of Kentucky would be appointing a new US Senator for the state right now. Perhaps Sen. Paul will wise up and start concealed carrying.
Speaking of which, if you don’t own a firearm to protect your family, the clock is ticking. You don’t have to want a civil war to happen in order for a civil war to come to you. If the mob decides that they are coming to your house next, you won’t be able to talk them out of it. Prepare accordingly.