It’s clear most in the Republican Party have knowingly succumbed to diabolical forces aligned with Marxism. These right wing “conservatives” seek to divide our country and pit so-called oppressed people against their so-called oppressors.
Marxist class-warfare tactics now used indiscriminately by and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, encouraged by this Republican “cult” as described by Sen. Liz Cheney (her father is former Vice-President Dick Cheney) on CBS Sunday two weeks ago, lay bare the subterfuge of the ugliest Americans in the history of the United States.
The cult believes that churning of hatred, misinformation, and outright lies will accomplish their goal for power in the United States by brainwashing citizens with continuous unsolicited news media and advertising. These Republicans are waging an internal brutal economic war on their own country and have NO intention of trying to improve the lot of mankind ever.
The American dream documented the right to life, liberty and happiness. Through the centuries, our country has been built on the work of immigrant prisoner settlers banned from England, immigrant slaves of all types, men and women making the ultimate sacrifices to be free and own their own property.
Issues we have today regarding accurate depiction of this country’s history and current events:
immigration which has never ceased, scientific climate research and application, wealth redistribution, gender identification and identity politics, critical race theory, enforcing gun legislation already in place, how we fund police, actual government reorganization, and separation of state and church.
Amazingly, these progressive issues reflect the values of mainstream Americans infused with moral and ethical reasoning capabilities based on free thinking and unselfishness.
President John F. Kennedy called upon Americans to “Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You, Ask What You Can Do For Your Country.” Since then, Americans have died fighting wars in foreign countries we had no business to be in, except for the greed of corrupt corporations and bought politicians. Some walk the walk of sacrifice, while others talk the talk of greed and deception.
Evil prevails when good people do nothing. You reap what you sow, just don’t be surprised when it really isn’t what you thought it would be. As with children, you can dish it out, but you can’t take it. Et tu, Brutus.
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