Have they been radicalized…or just unmasked?
From the wee hours of the morning on November 9, 2016, as they grappled with the sting of President-Elect Donald Trump triumphing over the anointed Queen of the Swamp, Democrats have been radicalizing by the minute.
Objective Americans have witnessed the transformation of JFK-style classical liberals into Marxist protégés even the namesake himself would be proud to call his pupils, not to mention the hostile takeover of the Democratic Party by the “three home-owning multi-millionaire,” Bernie Sanders, and “I’m not an expert on American-Israeli policy, but let me comment on it anyway” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
The Democratic Party is soon to be more aptly referenced as the Democratic Socialist Party.
Way ahead of ya there, bub.
If Democrats really opposed the radicalization of their own party, they would fight it, but the quiet truth is that they welcome it.
It doesn’t take a sociopolitical expert to follow the signs to the ultimately destructive end that the Democrats’ extremist positions and policies will have on our nation in both the short and long terms. The real question is why.
Why would Democrats radicalize to the point that they run the risk of destroying the very nation that gives them refuge and prosperity? The answer is simple: desperation. The American people have largely woken up to the long con of the left, forcing radicalized Democrats to the realization that on the battlefield of ideas, they lose, and they lose big.
Democrats recognize that if they lose on the battlefield of ideas, they can win only through the smoky cloud of chaos and division, wherein Americans are pitted against each other like gladiators in the Colosseum. To this end, the left has been strategically dismantling the bedrock institutions that have made America the freest, most prosperous nation the world has ever known.
Actually, the answer is even simpler than he thinks, and it isn’t “desperation”; radicalization long predated that, and they don’t really care about the “battlefield of ideas” at all. They have no interest in making reasoned arguments supporting their silly-assed dorm-room-bull-session ideals; they don’t care about persuading their opponents or anybody else. Instead, they want CONTROL. They intend to disallow debate, to disabuse those opponents of any presumption to a right to dissent.
The division, the chaos, the dismantling of institutions: these are nothing whatsoever new either, nor are they errors introduced out of desperation. They’re the program—the means to attaining a desired end, which end is the iron-fisted total control I just mentioned. They’re the tactics by which they hope to achieve the strategic goal of tyranny.
The radicalization of the Democrat-Socialists and the broader Left didn’t begin with Trump’s win, and desperation wasn’t the seed of it. It happened long, long ago; desperation merely brought it to the surface for all to see, and drove them to paroxysms of madness after having thought themselves so close to realizing their nefarious goal. It’s all just another reason to be thankful for Trump’s timely rise, and his pugnacious eagerness to do battle with them.