Wednesday, June 17, 2020

The Left Has Gone from 'Orange Man Bad' to 'White Man Bad'—and It's Going to Backfire

AP Photo/Christian Monterrosa
It boggles the minds of people who are relative political outsiders. People who follow politics, and understand that it is a rough business, could never have imagined the lengths that the Democratic Party establishment, the Deep State, and the majority-leftist press would go to destroy a candidate, a president-elect, a president, and now, a commander-in-chief seeking a second term.
The litany is etched into consciousness. Russian collusion and Mueller. The perfect Ukraine call and impeachment. Finally, the stage-management of the hysteria surrounding COVID-19, a virus everyone knows can be extremely nasty, but that has not proved—in pretty swift retrospect—to represent an existential threat.
But let’s not bury this essay’s lede. Focus today is on the latest narrative tableau the left hopes will overturn the Trump reelection apple cart once and for all. It must be spelled out plainly: The sad reality of George Floyd’s death and resultant civil unrest as justification for doubling-down on the criminalization of whiteness. With the president as Exhibit A.
It’s like, how much can you fear one man’s impact? How can everything these entities ever wanted in terms of power, globalism, socialism, be threatened by one individual? Apparently, the fear is all-consuming, epic even, if fear can be described as epic. Hate is the corollary. They tipped their hand long ago—their agenda is so counterintuitive to the firmament of American values, so destructive to everything the nation stands for, that President Trump’s challenge to it caused them to go completely unhinged, to pull out every stop, legal, quasi-legal, and illegal, to stop him. That challenge inspired an unprecedented resistance movement that has taken the country to the precipice of another election.
“Orange man bad” is the simplified meme that has come to describe the sickness.
Any citizen not deeply propagandized and programmed by the Democratic Socialist left knows this: In the eyes of most American people, the Democrat vision for the future is cripplingly weak. So tangibly fragile that one businessman and his vision has tilted the opposition party into a realm of derangement, and into the business of cowering before and even fomenting the utter madness and incomprehensibility we see playing out across the nation right now.
Another meme: Whatever accusation Democrats level is what they’re guilty of. Could it be that malignly simple?
Read the rest from Mark Ellis HERE.

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