The national campaign to make President Trump toxic and demonize all who voted for him as white supremacists and domestic terrorists got a major boost from Hillary Clinton.
The embittered sore loser of the 2016 election whose infamous “basket of deplorables” remark cost her dearly with white voters in the Rust Belt states called for the tracking and censorship of Trump supporters, an ominous signal of the authoritarianism of the incoming Biden regime.
Along with the entire media, crooked Hillary was quick to exploit the mass hysteria over last week’s chaos in Washington D.C. when attendees of a rally against election fraud along with Antifa provocateurs briefly occupied the Capitol.
The “storming” of the building where Americans are sold out on a daily basis for pennies on the dollar was not only a perfect excuse to destroy Trump but to also do so to the 70+ million who voted for him, the overwhelming number of who did not invade the Capitol.
In a Washington Post editorial, Clinton said that didn’t go far enough and like the other fascists of the left, cloaked her call for tyranny in the guise of racial justice giving such un-American proposals the appearance of moral superiority.
Trump ran for president on a vision of America where whiteness is valued at the expense of everything else. In the White House, he gave white supremacists, members of the extreme right and conspiracy theorists their most powerful platforms yet, even claiming that there were “very fine people” among the torch-wielding militia members who converged on Charlottesville in 2017.
By the time he lost in 2020, he had whipped a dangerous element of our country into a frenzy. His supporters began planning their insurrection, making plans to march on the Capitol and “stop the steal.” Members of Congress, including Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.), Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), encouraged them, in Brooks’s words, to “start taking down names and kicking ass.” Trump left no doubt about his wishes, in the lead-up to Jan. 6 and with his incendiary words before his mob descended.
Removing Trump from office is essential, and I believe he should be impeached. Members of Congress who joined him in subverting our democracy should resign, and those who conspired with the domestic terrorists should be expelled immediately. But that alone won’t remove white supremacy and extremism from America. There are changes elected leaders should pursue immediately, including advocating new criminal laws at the state and federal levels that hold white supremacists accountable and tracking the activities of extremists such as those who breached the Capitol. Twitter and other companies made the right decision to stop Trump from using their platforms, but they will have to do more to stop the spread of violent speech and conspiracy theories.
The call for surveillance and tracking of Trump supporters comes as Democrats are pushing terrifying new laws to bring the global war on terror home to wipe out all opposition under the pretense of fighting extremism.
Just like the events in Charlottesville and the very fine people “on both sides” hoax that served as the cornerstone for Biden’s despicable campaign, so are Democrats and their allies exploiting the Capitol incident to establish a narrative; this time one which could criminalize political dissent and snuff out what little remains of our dying democracy.
However, now it is far more serious than simply winning back the White House and the coordinated banning of Trump from all social media platforms last Friday was the opening shot of the total war on Americans who longed for the preservation of the same traditional values that the Democrats once also embraced when the party was sane.
For those who may be inclined to believe that Hillary Clinton is a vicious psychopath, she just delivered another reason to confirm those suspicions.