One America First strategy for 2024 has Democrats reeling in terror.
The whole Left is losing it, with top Democrat officials in key battleground states screaming “five-alarm fire.”
Because you won’t believe what the New York Times finally admitted about a major push from Donald Trump supporters underway for 2024.
Conservatives must be doing something right, because leftists seem to think their world is spinning out of control.
In fact, a New York Times hit piece describes it as a “five-alarm fire.”
But now that Democrats realize they have a fight on their hands, its anybody’s guess how the battle for the heart and soul of America will play out in the next few years.
In a blatant effort to rally the troops, The New York Times recently headlined an article, “In Bid for Control of Elections, Trump Loyalists Face Few Obstacles.”
It’s not marked as an opinion piece, but it’s clear which side The New York Times is on as a caption from a photo at the top of the piece reads, “A pro-trump mob, galvanized by Donald J. Trump’s false claim of a stolen election in 2020, stormed the US Capitol building on Jan. 6.”
It’s like they’re afraid we’ll forget that something went down on January 6 if they don’t mention it roughly 10,000 times a day.
Pictures of poll workers hauling boxes in a little red wagon or rolling luggage into counting locations are conspicuously absent.
Ironically, the content of the article is focused on villainizing conservatives who are playing nice inside the system.
Someone must be blamed for the fact that, according to a poll in May, “more than 60 percent of Republicans now believe the 2020 election was stolen.”
Naturally, Democrats aren’t taking the blame in spite of video evidence of apparent slipshod security at polling locations like in Detroit where a stunning number of poll workers show up for work weighed down by huge bags.
What could they contain? Lunch for fifty people? Luggage for a weekend getaway? Fake ballots?
While many inquisitive Republicans will never know, they are doing what they can: getting involved in local politics to make sure the government they have is one they want.
In fact, the plain truth is there in The New York Times article.
Referring to a Republican pastor and substitute teacher form Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania who has been elected as local judge of elections the author writes, “Mr. Lindemuth’s victory in November in this conservative rural community is a milestone of sorts in American politics: the arrival of the first class of political activists who, galvanized by Donald J. Trump’s false claim of a stolen election in 2020, have begun seeking offices supervising the election systems that they believe robbed Mr. Trump of a second term.”
Well, at least it’s as close to the plain truth as The New York Times seems capable of getting.
No doubt, they wouldn’t feel responsible writing about any of this if they didn’t highlight that Republican’s claims are “false.”
Once you dig deep enough, it’s apparent the leftist obsession over the January 6 drama in the Capitol has less to do with what happened and more to do with the very existence of Republicans who refuse to give them complete and absolute control.
And it seems their very definition of what our nation stands for hinges on a repeat performance of the 2020 election—a scenario conservatives threaten to upset.
“This is a five-alarm fire,” Jocelyn Benson, the Democratic secretary of state in Michigan, told the paper, “If people in general, leaders and citizens, aren’t taking this as the most important issue of our time and acting accordingly, then we may not be able to ensure democracy prevails again in ’24.”
Without a question, the “people in general” who want to take charge only includes about half of the voters in this nation.
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