We all have dreams.
What’s wrong with dreaming about independence from coastal libtards? Everything really would be great without them.
“Whether the enemy is defined as Biden voters, women, or “Third World foreigners,” all such approaches to political argument are guilty of indulging in a destructive fantasy. This fantasy can be distilled into the following statement: Everything would be great if only we didn’t have to share the country with THEM.
Politics is how the members of a diverse and pluralistic community seek to reach accommodation with one another, despite their differences. Populism, in this respect, must be understood as a form of anti-politics that encourages people to place their hopes in a pipe dream of uniformity and unanimity.
That pipe dream can only end in one of two ways: either disappointment when the demonized faction of the country fails to disappear—or civil violence when one side actively attempts to purify the polity by eliminating, expelling, or otherwise forcibly separating itself from the other.
Civil violence may well lie in our future. Recognizing that possibility is one thing. Actively courting it is something else entirely. Glenn Ellmers has unfortunately placed himself firmly in the latter camp”
Imagine waking up and being free from the yoke of these people forever.
Joe Biden could linger on as the senile progressive tinpot dictator of the Acela Corridor. Brian Stelter could take over as White House Press Secretary. Jim Acosta could host Face The Nation with the nation being reduced from the present Global American Empire to the coastal strip between Boston and NOVA.