Birds of a feather…something, something, right? Isn’t that the way that the democratic left conducts business on Capitol Hill these days?
For those of us willing to look objectively at the incredible display of dissonance that the liberals have constructed, it’s obvious that we’re dealing with a new version of “civil” disobedience. That’s because the original version of the tactic’s results can now be emulated with 140 characters on Twitter.
The inane fight over the Second Amendment was a perfect example. While we most certainly have the right to bear arms, there are enough Americans out there shaming their countrymen for this liberty that we end up having to have these discussions. Over and over again, by the way.
But, if anyone spends even a cursory amount of time pondering the realities of a repeal, how exactly someone will walk into a home and disarm a fellow American, it’s obvious that there is no possibility of America existing after such an attempt.
Just as predictably, the left will twist and contort the words of each other in order to circle the wagons around their unnatural ethos. Take the completely inexcusable tweet by Roseanne Barr this week that caused the cancelation of her recently acclaimed television reboot.
Left-wing filmmaker and activist Michael Moore says Roseanne Barr’s recent racially charged comments are part of the same “bigotry that’s been rising in America” that elected President Donald Trump.
In a Facebook post on Friday, Moore described his decades-long friendship with Barr, who this week saw the cancellation of her hit ABC family sitcom, Roseanne, after she compared former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett to a mix between the Muslim Brotherhood and Planet of the Apes.
“Roseanne seems to be suffering from some sort of madness,” Moore wrote. “It’s more than just saying she’s a racist. She operates in the same sewer of lies, conspiracy theories and bigotry that’s been rising in America for years and that has now succeeded in electing our current president. Totally nuts.”
Again, we have to realize that this is completely out of the normal realm of presidential politics for this century. When was the last time any politician survived the attacks that Trump as survived? To be honest, my first inclination to bring up Andrew Jackson’s absolutely flabbergasting dueling record.