Even if you are not from Illinois you’ve probably heard about the anti-violence demonstration that rocked Chicago’s Dan Ryan Expressway last Saturday. Using protest mob tactics to raise awareness of something we already know too much about by obstructing people who have nothing to do with the problem is pointless and futile.
The only thing more pathetic than the embarrassing lament from Democrats after the Supreme Court delivered a big kick between the legs of big labor with the Janus decision is the enormity of their falsehood about what SCOTUS did to working families. It’s easy to look up the numbers and see just how wrong the party is on this one, but to make it even easier here are the facts.
America is a not a place. It’s a concept based on ideals. Without the ideals we are just real estate to be given away to the highest bidder. One of those ideals is that we are a sovereign nation. That’s a tough one to sell as the voices demanding open borders and a socialist economy get louder. Extremist Democratic Party members know that they can encourage a militant left to do their dirty work while they stand back and hold themselves blameless for the inevitable confrontations and violence their rhetoric will create. That’s how liberal dissidents will abolish America, one clash and one ideal at a time.
The RNC just came knocking, looking for money again. Republicans have a lot of explaining to do before they deserve a single cent, starting with their tepid support for the president and the America First policy they aren’t supporting. Are they afraid they will be accused of being nationalists or is this the timeworn tradition of separating themselves from a president who might interfere with their job prospects and control of a Congress they still can’t seem to take charge of?
We can’t refer to murderers and rapists as “animals” and separating families at the border is a criminal act. These are the rules handed down by Democrats who have chosen the most extreme stance on non-enforcement imaginable. That’s bad news for children in protected immigrant communities who might be a lot safer in federal hands.