Impeachment compared to coup
In Adolf Hitler’s book “Mein Kampf” he famously wrote: “If you tell a lie loud enough and often enough it will become true.” We witnessed that in the impeachment process by politicians decidedly determine to undermine our freedoms under a false flag of betterment.
But that could never happen here, right? Well, we took the first step toward it by abolishing the Bill of Rights and declaring dead due process.
What the Democratic Party accomplished was to render the government of this country and our free and open elections akin to and on the same level as a Banana Republic coup. Admittedly, a sophisticated Banana Republic coup, as they didn’t take to the streets with tanks and armed forces, but nevertheless a coup. Their weapons – falsehoods, outright lies and deceit – propagated and disseminated by an allied mainstream media determined to overthrow a duly-elected government for the self-centered purposes of repairing a damaged sense of misguided pride.
And, what will replace this elected government that has, without any support from across the aisle, managed to accomplish so much in reversing the mistakes of the past. The answer to that is clear, Democrats will replace it with their traditional career politicians interested only in continuing to feed at the public trough and to maintain power over those who cannot think or provide for themselves. They will replace it with profligate spending and a bloated workfare bureaucracy all paid at the expense of a free people, a free market and a free democracy where the rights held so dearly by our founding fathers are voided under a cloak of lies.
So, can’t happen here, right? Think again. If a majority of Congress, all goose-stepping to the same power hungry agenda of leaders bent on total control can denied a president his rights under the constitution, what could this same majority do to us? The consequences indeed are frightening.
“From time to time the tree of liberty must be nourished with the blood of patriots.” – Thomas Jefferson