EVIL ON PARADE: The Marxists Running the Democrat Party Today Lust for Absolute Power – Seizing it, Wielding It and Humiliating Their Opposition
Democrats fantasize about murdering President Trump during New York City play.
Tucker Carlson opened his show on Friday night with the latest updates on the Democrat-media coup against Donald Trump.
In his open he played a clip of Speaker Nancy Pelosi now accusing Russia of being involved in the Democrats’ latest made-up Trump scandal.
Of course, Pelosi and Democrats have absolutely zero evidence to push forward this theory or this impeachment scandal. And, they certainly have no evidence that Russia is involved in anyway.
But as Tucker noted, Democrats no longer deal in facts. They deal in emotions and a blood-lust for power.
You can see this same scenario played out in all of their actions.
They’re not about making your life better. They are about humiliating you.
Here is a good example of Democrats wielding power and not facts over their opponents. On Friday a Democrat subcommittee chairman prevented Republican Rep. Jim Jordan from speaking openly during a hearing.
Rep. Jim Jordan was not allowed to speak openly during a sub-committee hearing.
Rep. Hank Johnson, one of the stupidest lawmakers in Congress today, shut him down during his questioning of a far left media hack.
Hank Johnson relished his power over Jordan.
Democrats are so desperate to attack the President that they won't even allow Republicans to speak. pic.twitter.com/5pGZwdIDdL
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) September 27, 2019
Daniel Greenfield at Frontpage Magazine described perfectly this Marxist takeover of the Democrat party and their blood-lust to destroy, demean, torture and humiliate their enemies in their quest for absolute power.
Elections are a humiliating process that force lefties to lie to voters, hide their agendas, and appeal to the people they despise to be allowed to rule them. Even when they win, a sour taste lingers afterward.
The Left desperately wants impeachment proceedings because it wants to exercise direct power.
People wonder what the Left really wants? Post-gender bathrooms, banning cows, and paying reparations to drug dealers are just random policies. They’re not the endgame.
Unless the Democrats take the Senate, impeachment would be a meaningless show trial. But Marxist regimes love show trials of political opponents. The Marxist element in the House desperately wants a show trial of President Trump because such a proceeding is an explicit rejection of our political system.
The push to impeach President Trump did not begin organically with a crime allegedly committed in office, but began before he even took office and, in some elements of the media, before he even won. The premise of impeachment has always been an inherent unfitness. The actual basis for impeachment has always been a corollary to that claim of an inherent unfitness that preceded even the election.
Inherent unfitness expresses the idea that the voters never had any right to elect President Trump.
Impeachment is not just meant to be a trial of President Trump, but of the voters who chose him. Its outcome, whatever the composition of the Senate, is meant to be an argument for remaking the system of elections, whether by abolishing the Electoral College or tampering with the judiciary, that would take the power further out of the hands of the voters and concentrate them with the right sorts of people.
The right sorts of people usually being wealthy and influential lefties in California and New York.
But the real appeal of impeachment is more emotional than strategic. President Trump’s victory threatened lefties by suggesting that, despite the Obama era, they are not actually in control.
“Power is not a means, it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship,” O’Brien tells the hapless Winston Smith in the novel 1984. “The object of power is power.”
Marxist regimes love show trials because they allow them to destroy and humiliate their enemies.
“How does one man assert his power over another, Winston?” O’Brien asks.
“By making him suffer,” Winston replies.
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