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Republicans Acquit Trump, But Leave His Supporters Defenseless

Instead of engaging in outrage theater over “extremists” in their ranks and playing into overwrought narratives of supposed “insurrection,” Republicans should be focusing on protecting their voters.


For years we have heard from Democrats about the obligation of Republicans to “stand up to Trump.” These lamentations have taken on new fervor since the GOP denied Democrats their latest wish, by voting to acquit Donald Trump of inciting “insurrection.” 

Democrats tell us this acquittal was merely the latest attack on democracy by the Republican Party which, we are to believe, has totally devolved into QAnon-inspired “domestic extremism.” 

What the Democrats desire is a GOP that is “principled and strong,” as Joe Biden put it

What they mean by “strong” is a party that does their bidding and, instead of opposing Democrats, stands up against you

Opposition is an intolerable burden to this Democratic Party. The rest of the country is supposed to understand that the things Democrats want are what everyone should want. This understanding is supposed to be so well-established that only traitors would dare withhold gratification for whatever impulse is moving them at the moment. 

Reasons are never supplied, only threats, all amounting to some variation on, “Hey racist dumb people who we hate, do this thing for us right now, or else.” Are we ever allowed to say “no”? 

Why should Americans desire uncontrolled mass migration? Who decided that was an incontestable fact of American life? 

Why should Trump supporters, whom the Left openly despises and now readily describes as “domestic extremists” deserving to be fired from their jobs, censored, spied on and destroyed by the force of the security state, be upset that Trump was acquitted?  

Why should Trump supporters join the Left in grieving an “insurrection” that the Left is using to disingenuously target them?

Why are conservatives required to welcome their persecution? 

No one can answer these questions, because they are absurd. Of course, they are not questions that are supposed to be asked in the first place. Conservatives are supposed to accept that they are the bad guys and eventually come around to doing what the Left says.

Don’t Keep Playing a Rigged Game

The impeachment clown show brought this to the fore. Trump’s lawyers did a splendid job rattling off the Left’s long train of abuses, from the “mostly peaceful” riots over the summer to their relentless effort to overthrow Trump, as they spent years defaming him as a Russian agent. 

The point they raised was critical, and one that cannot go unaddressed: why are some riots OK, but not others? Why is it fine for some people to question the legitimacy of elections, but not others? Underneath lurks one all-important question: Why must conservatives play this rigged game?

The Left sneered. What Trump’s lawyers had failed to understand is that the Left can never step out of line, and anyone who suggests they have is making a “false equivalence.” Liberals good, conservatives bad. Capisce

Democrats never have to moderate, only Republicans. The funny thing is, as much as the Left likes to paint the GOP as beholden to “extremists,” it’s hard to think of what more the GOP could do to betray their own voter base. They seldom put up a fight on any issue of consequence to their voters, and they do absolutely nothing to protect them from our hostile ruling class.

Just compare how Republicans responded to the Capitol “insurrection” to how Democrats reacted to the far more extensive, far more destructive Black Lives Matter riots this summer. Not one Democrat has accepted any responsibility for the latter; rather, they seized at the first opportunity to erase those riots from memory, before moving to persecute their political opponents with propaganda, likening Trump’s 74.2 million voters to al-Qaeda.

They didn’t even blink. On the other hand, Republican doofuses fell over themselves to play into the “insurrection” narrative, preparing the noose that Democrats would use to target their voters.

Moments after Trump’s acquittal, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) called for his prosecution. McConnell was also among those Republicans who condemned U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), a freshman lawmaker who, according to propagandists in the mouthbreather media, is a dangerous “extremist” Republicans must expel, for some reason.

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  1. I would love to share this article but none of the platforms I tried would let me. I am coming back after a long absence and will support the OathKeepers I knew from 2000 as much as possible. I realize the Capitol was nothing more than a hatchet job on Conservative Republicans most likely developed in a liberal brainstorming session. It’s easily done with the help of the mainstream media and the big tech canceling machine. We have our work cut out for us. Finding the right platform to call home is step one, one that won’t leave us high and dry when it really counts. Please keep your members posted.

  2. Welcome back. And thank you for trying to post this. However, we are affected by the leftist cancel culture. You can try to post this from the original source. That is usually at the bottom of the article. “Read more at AMGreatness”

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