Former Dem Presidential Hopeful Slams ‘Domestic Terrorism’ Legislation

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America

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Not even the Democrats are entirely on board with the new push by RINOs and Radical Dems in Congress to label half the country “domestic terrorists”. Tulsi Gabbard, an outsider candidate in the Democrat Presidential Primaries (remember that fiasco?) has vocally attacked aspiring Gestapo chief John Brennan and the sniveling little Schiff pushing the new legislation.

Amidst the endless buzzwords and inane babble, some viewers managed to discern a few words of coherent sense from Biden’s inaugural address: unity and peace. Honestly, designating all of your critics, opponents, and skeptics as enemies of the state and promptly rounding them up does achieve a sort of unity and peace among the remaining population. It would be surprising, though, if even many of Biden’s actual voters want this outcome. 

His key supporters, though, in Washington, DC seem particularly eager to push forward with their actions of division, persecution, and agitation even as the administration continues to use words of unity, forgiveness, and soothing frayed nerves. The actions are decidedly speaking louder than the words.

Democrat mayors have caught on to the same reality Gabbard has seen, though – calls to end the lockdowns, restore order, and go back to the old normal are picking up steam. Let’s all pray it’s enough to short-circuit the insane plans of the US Congress.

Ryan Highland has an MA in Social Science and is an independent researcher and writer from Atlanta, GA.

  1. Thanks, Ryan, for pointing out what so many of us have already discerned from the radical Left–the desire to shut down all dissent by any means necessary (in their view), and to punish all who supported the best president we have seen in several decades. It’s no surprise that such tactics would come from two of the most sleazy criminals of recent memory, Brennan and Schiff!

    1. Drunk with power. Actually, the seeds of this have been sown over the course of many years, from GCA ‘68 on up to the recent Supreme Court alphabet soup decisions. We simply let the nose of the camel under the tent. Big mistake. We saw more and more of the camel over the years; now the rest of it is about to be shown.

  2. This is insane. It is like Nazi Germany all over again. Expect Krstallnacht at anytime. This is an unconstitutional violation of our free speech first amendment rights. Where is the Surpreme Court when we need them?


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