I’m sorry, but laughter is the only response to this.
“A new poll from The University of Virginia’s Center for Politics found that a shocking number of Americans are so fed up with division that they want what you might call a national divorce – a breakup of red and blue states. Their poll found 41 percent of Biden voters and 52 percent of Trump voters favor this separation. …”
The train is leaving the station.
It is not the first time it has happened either. Secession was inconceivable for most Americans until it wasn’t. The only reason it happened the first time is because of the collapse of the Democratic Party. When normies finally got angry enough to go there, it was a partisan temper tantrum.
“Let’s get one thing straight: That’s not happening. It’s not a thing that we will do. Federalism exists for a reason, to allow very different Americans with very different priorities to live in a country together. …”
Federalism ceased to meaningfully exist generations ago.
“What’s more, I’m disappointed in any conservative who seriously entertains such ideas. Did you miss every lesson about the growing backlash to leftist overreach we’ve seen for decades? They’re headed toward the exits, white-knuckling it til the midterms, barely hanging on to power, sending George Soros-funded shouting children into the bathroom to harass Kyrsten Sinema, and you want to bow out now? …”
What about the 2022 midterms?
Surely, America will be saved when Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy are restored to power and the Democrats lose control of Congress. If you believe that another Republican majority will make any difference at all in where this country is going, I don’t know what to say to you.
“That’s loser talk. . . . The answer to our division isn’t to give up on the American experiment. It’s to fight and take it back. It’s to say to the arrayed forces of the left: You can’t have my country. We built it. We own it. It’s ours. And we intend to keep it.”
Even if these losers succeed in “Taking Back America,” it won’t change anything. The GOP could retake Congress in 2022. Trump could return to power in 2024. It wouldn’t make the slightest difference. The only question is whether the disillusionment will come sooner or later. How long can the GOP keep their gravy train going? How long will people continue to buy this false hope that they are selling?
Note: At some point, the crisis will boil over. I can’t say how long it will take or what the outcome will be. Regardless, there will be some kind of resolution to all of this division. One side will prevail.