08 January, 2021

My Response to the “Insurrection” at the Capitol

Trumpism and everything associated with it has always been an effect, not a cause.

What happened this week was the result of the riots all summer long. It was the result of the storming of the Senate during the Kavanaugh hearings. It was the result of the utter chaos after Trump's inauguration. Frankly, it goes back farther than that. It was the result of Occupy Wall Street. It was the result of actual peaceful protests by the Tea Party being described as a threat to the very fabric of society.

It was a result of four years of being told that black is white. Of having the false Russian collusion narrative shoved down our throats for three years. Of a farce of an impeachment that went down to a party line vote even though every single impeachment witness under direct questioning testified that they had no firsthand knowledge of Trump committing any impeachable offenses.

It was the result of trying to convince us that Trump was involved in a quid pro quo while ignoring the established fact that Biden engaged in one himself. It was the result of ignoring the Hunter Biden laptop. It was the result of having to sit through a corrupt Mueller investigation. It was the result of being told repeatedly that there was no fraud in this election or any indication of it.

It was the result of Nick Sandmann being destroyed by the media, when he did absolutely nothing wrong. It was the result of people being attacked in restaurants or on the streets merely for wearing a red hat. It was the result of years of fake racist incidents like Jussie Smollett. It was the result of many people being sick and tired of not being able to stand up and speak their mind. It was the result of years of monstrous attacks on free speech by the left.

What happened was not Trump's fault. And if you think it was, then your stupidity is incurable.

In short, what happened at the Capitol was long overdue. Yes, it's a shame that it happened, but the shame is what led us here.

NeverTrumpers and other establishment types have been hoping for years that they could just ride this out and that Trumpism would go away. I think that's the real reason they're upset. They've just realized that Trumpism isn't going away. This isn't a fringe movement that will just die out. It's going to get stronger, not weaker. You can either be a part of it, or get run over by it.

Today, it seems to me that far too many have chosen to get run over. So be it.

And yes, I'm mad as Hell and I'm not going to take it anymore. You don't like it? I don't give a f*ck.

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