Who’s paying to destroy America?

Lara Logan, of Fox News, says, and I also believe, that, “Paid professional anarchists are turning peaceful protests into riots.”

She believes these anti-America elements and agitators are hijacking protesters and groups, who are supposedly functioning in the name of social justice, and using them instead to carry out their Marxist agendas.

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They are going by the same playbook, and using the same tactics, that our government agencies and groups employ when trying to cause unrest and regime change in other foreign countries, according to Logan, who has discussed this with those very people.

The term “color revolution” is the term that has been used, in the last couple of years, to describe these techniques that are used to overthrow a government.

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Logan also points to graffiti she has seen recently, “ACAB,” which she has also seen in other countries.  “ACAB” stands for “all cops are bastards.”  And they mean “all cops.”  White cops, Black cops, Hispanic cops, Asian cops…, all cops, regardless of race.

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It’s not about racial injustice for these Marxists…, it’s about creating anarchy in our country and destroying America.

These riots are not just protesters venting their frustration.

Again…, these riots are being instigated by paid professionals.

The real question we should be asking is, “Who’s paying?”

Who’s paying for this destruction of America?

The really sad part about this is I believe the answer is already known.

How could “we” not at this point?

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And if “we” know, why aren’t “we” holding these people accountable?

Is it for the same reason “we” don’t seem to hold any of these upper level democrats/liberals, and deep state vermin, accountable for their actions?

I guess that tells us that the democrat’s/liberal’s side, and the anti-America agitator’s side, and the people financing this anti-America activity side, ARE ONE IN THE SAME SIDE!

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IT’S TIME FOR PEOPLE TO STAND UP AND PICK A SIDE IN THIS FIGHT!

EITHER YOU WANT TO SEE AMERICA SURVIVE AS A BEACON OF FREEDOM IN THIS WORLD, OR YOU DON’T.

EITHER YOU WANT A GOVERNMENT “BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE,” OR YOU WANT TO END UP LIVING UNDER AN OPPRESSIVE COMMUNIST REGIME.  (NOTE: THERE ISN’T ANY OTHER KIND OF COMMUNIST REGIME.)

The words of Abraham Lincoln, to honor the soldiers that sacrificed their lives in order “that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth,” were spoken at Gettysburg, but these words apply as well to the countless soldiers that died for the cause of democracy in the following 150 years.

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EITHER YOU WANT TO SEE AMERICA, AS WE KNOW IT, PERISH FROM THE EARTH, OR YOU DON’T.

PICK A SIDE.

THERE IS NO MIDDLE GROUND HERE.

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I’m offended, he’s offended, she’s offended, we’re offended, wouldn’t you like to be offended too?

So, how far does the right to be offended go?

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I really don’t think there is a limit to our right to be offended by anyone or anything.

Where I have a problem with these offended individuals, or groups, is when they force their actions of recourse on the rest of us…, which may in turn result in infringements of my rights.

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For example:

Infringing on the rights of others to pacify their feelings of “offendedness” is not a right.

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Destroying public and private property which somehow offends them is not a right.

Defacing, wrecking, burning, and robbing public and private property as a response to their feelings of “offendedness” is not a right.

None of these things are a right, nor are any of them even legal.

If we all decided to take physical action against people and things we were offended by, or had a problem with, what would our country look like?  What would we be left with?

Let’s take a look at an “offendedless America!”

In no particular order, we have people who are offended by:

Meat eaters.

Gay people.

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Straight people.

Conservatives.

Liberals.

The Police.

White people.

Black people.

Words.

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Thoughts.

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Free enterprise/capitalism.

Socialism.

Communism.

Freedom of speech.

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Guns.

Our flag.

Historical flags.

Cultural history.

Racial history.

History in general.

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Religion.

Our laws.

Music.

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Winners.

Irresponsibility.

Unaccountability.

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Our founding fathers.

And this list only scratches the surface as to what and who people get offended by.

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So, what would our country look like if we got rid of everything and everybody people were offended by?

I don’t think there would be hardly anybody left.

America would look just like it did before the Europeans discovered it and settled it.

I have heard humanity described as a virus…, a deadly virus.

Wherever civilization goes, it brings war, death, and confusion with it.

Don’t get me wrong…, I believe civilization is a good thing…, but it is corrupted and ruined far too easily.

We have just been fortunate enough to have lived through a relative high point of civilization in these United States.

But that civilization is most definitely coming under a more concentrated attack as of late.

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Civilized people still need to learn how to meet and defeat those uncivilized people who just want to ruin our civilization.

These people who just want to ruin everything.

I do have to say we’re getting better at meeting these liberal freedom wreckers head-on, but we still play way too nice.

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Presidential pardons, and who are “the good guys” and who are “the bad guys?”

It’s interesting how the reactions to President Trump’s pardoning of Clint Lorance and Matt Golsteyn, and the restoring of the rank of Eddie Gallagher are being reacted to.

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Joe Biden said, “Trump’s intervention in the American military justice system to pardon service members accused or convicted of war crimes betrays the rule of law, the values that make our country exceptional & the men and women who wear the uniform honorably. He is not fit to command our troops.”

Hmmm…, that’s funny, Joe.  You didn’t seem to mind when that traitor, Bowe Bergdahl, who fled his unit to join the enemy (ISIS), was pardoned by your old boss, Barack Hussein Obama.

Just more democrat hypocrisy and doublespeak in action.

In fact, the same people who kept their mouths shut about “Treasonous Bowe” Bergdahl are now the same ones castigating President Trump and bad mouthing real American heroes like Lorance, Golsteyn and Gallagher.

Now why would that be?

Is it because one group supports the liberal political and military establishment, who don’t really respect our military, while the other group supports our patriotic troops in the field?

Why does it seem lately that every time an issue comes down the road that is anti-American, in some sense, our liberal friends support it, and if the issue is pro-America or patriotic in any sense they are against it?

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It appears that quite a few people have lost the sense of who the “good guys” are and who the “bad guys” are, if they ever had that sense to begin with.

We also have the group who ARE the “bad guys…” they know it, and deep down they’re really proud of it and proud of being able to pull the wool over the eyes of so many people.

“The good, the bad, and the ugly!”

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In the cases of Lorance, Golsteyn and Gallagher, we had soldiers in active war zones who were being treated like and being charged like civilians, but in the kangaroo court that is the military justice system.

It’s kind of like the impeachment hearings going on right now, where all of the accused’s normal rights are suspended…, the accusers and prosecutors have an agenda…, and the accusers and prosecutors control the process!

I have heard about the cases of all three of these soldiers, and I have heard all three of them plead their case, and I believe that President Trump was justified in his actions regarding all three of them.

I am mainly going to talk about Army first lieutenant Clint Lorance and Army Green Beret Major Matt Golsteyn in this article, but I would encourage you to learn more about Navy Seal Chief Petty Officer Eddie Gallagher as well.

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Clint Lorance was a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army who in August of 2013 was found guilty on two counts of second-degree murder for ordering soldiers in his platoon to open fire at three men on a motorcycle in southern Afghanistan in July of 2012.  He was confined in the military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas until being recently pardoned.

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One of Lorance’s defense attorneys, lawyer and author Don Brown, published a book in 2019 entitled “Travesty of Justice,” in which he argued that the Army did not permit the jury to consider evidence showing that Afghan National Army soldiers accompanying Lorance’s patrol began firing at the motorcycle first, and they also kept evidence from the jury suggesting the motorcycle riders were Taliban bomb makers.

The three men on the motorcycle were speeding towards the platoon and ignoring commands to stop.

This sure doesn’t seem like an action that could be characterized as a “war crime.”

This seems like an action that would be characterized as a typical day at the office when you’re in a war zone.

It seems to me that you would have to go out of your way, for some reason, to single this situation out, pursue a “case,” and carry it through to a court martial.

Was a guy on the motorcycle related to Barack Obama or something?

I mean, seriously!

There MUST have been some political reason, or some personal reason, or some other vindictive reason to pursue this case.  It just does not have the merits to stand on its own.

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In a recent appearance on “FOX and Friends,” just days after his pardoning, Matt Golsteyn, along with his wife, made his feelings known.

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I was very impressed by Matt and his wife.  They seemed like genuine people who had been done wrong…, until President Trump corrected the situation that is.

Also in an interview on FOX, Clint said he felt like he had been, “thrown under the bus,” regarding this whole mess.

I feel he was used as some kind of an example by the Obama administration to gain goodwill with either the Taliban, the Afghan government, or both.

Regarding his pardon, Lorance said, “I just can’t tell you enough how much I appreciate President Trump and Vice President Pence.  I love them…, they’re awesome.”

When he was asked what he would say to The President if he were watching, Clint said, “I love you, sir.  You’re awesome!  I only wish you had a better team around you.”

He went on to discuss how some of the people around him are obviously not supportive or even work against him…, in which case he felt these people should just leave the White House.

Referring to President Trump, Lorance said, “A soldier who knows that their commander loves them will go through the gates of hell and knock ‘em down” for them.

If you’d like to watch the interview for yourself, you can view it by clicking on the link below.  See if you don’t come away from the interview as impressed as I was.

https://youtu.be/ne3AX9tasKY

Way to go, Mr. President.  You just continue to reinforce what a good decision it was to vote for you in the first place.

KEEP AMERICA GREAT!!!

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