Beto O’Rourke said what?!!!

According to David Rutz of Fox News, “Beto O’Rourke says U.S. could become like Nazi Germany in 10 years, despite Biden’s win.”

Despite Biden’s win (which wasn’t really a win, by the way)?!!!

“Could become like Nazi Germany in 10 years?”

How about right now?!!!

Which party is currently supporting censorship and the silencing of its critics?

The democrats.

Which party is currently calling for the abolishment of the 2nd Amendment, and the removal of the peoples’ right to bear arms?

The democrats.

Whose party currently controls most of the media, while manipulating the propaganda which is disseminated to the public?

The democrats.

Which party is it which currently surrounded our capitol with barbed wire fence and is occupying the capitol with thousands of troops?

The democrats…, and establishment, RINO, republicans.

And that’s right now!!!

So, do you think you should maybe rethink the whole “Nazi” thing, Beto, or are you really aware of the truth and this is just an old Nazi propaganda maneuver?

I’m going with the Nazi propaganda maneuver.  

“O’Rourke compared Trump administration to the Third Reich during failed presidential run.”

Oh, really?

You “Beto” be kidding us, Beto!

“Democratic politician [Robert Francis] Beto [‘Beto’ is a common shortening of the name ‘Roberto,’ or ‘Robert.’] O’Rourke [Please note that Beto currently does not hold an office.] fretted Thursday on MSNBC that the United States could become Nazi Germany within 10 years, in spite of full Democratic control of the White House and Congress.” In spite of full Democrat control of the White House and Congress?!!!

Again…, how about as a result of?!!!

And, of course, MSNBC’s cast of liberal tools just ate these remarks up and didn’t challenge or question a thing.   

“On [MSDNC’s…, I mean MSNBC’s] ‘Morning Joe,’ O’Rourke likened efforts by former President Donald Trump and some Republican allies to overturn President Joe Biden’s election victory to the failed Beer Hall Putsch coup attempt by Adolf Hitler in 1923.”

Wow…, that’s a stretch, Beto. 

What democrat dweeb propaganda researcher came up with that little historic nugget for you?

So, what is this “Beer Hall Putsch coup” O’Rourke is referring to? 

On November 8–9, 1923, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party led a coalition group in an attempt to overthrow the German government. This attempted coup d’etat came to be known as the Beer Hall Putsch.

They began at the Bürgerbräu Keller, a beer hall in the Bavarian city of Munich. Hitler and the Nazi Party aimed to seize control of the state government, march on Berlin, and overthrow the German federal government. They sought to establish a new government to oversee the creation of a unified Greater German Reich. In this new government, citizenship would be based on race.

The putsch failed and Bavarian authorities prosecuted nine participants, including Hitler. Despite its failure, the leaders ultimately redefined the putsch as a heroic effort to save the nation.

Can I just remind you, Beto, that President Trump was the leader of the incumbent government at the time, and he could have legally invoked Martial law to address the fraudulent election if he desired to.

Your analogy here is completely fraudulent…, just like you and the rest of your democrat friends.   

‘“The proudest democracy on the face of the planet will become a memory if we do not fight for it right now,’ O’Rourke said.”

That’s the first bit of truth that’s dribbled out of your mouth, Beto, albeit you’re upside down regarding who has to fight, and who has to fight who!

It seems that O’Rourke has conveniently forgotten about the coup attempt, perpetrated on President Trump, by the democrats in Obama’s administration, including Obama and Biden themselves, along with elements of the FBI and the DOJ.  

But, then “the coup” was overlooked by the leftwing propaganda media, and instead the phony Russian collusion hoax was pushed on the people for well over two years!!!

We also saw the Mueller investigation…, a modern day version of the Nazi Gestapo, come up empty against President Trump…, but again, this was overlooked, and the Russian collusion narrative was allowed to continue regardless. 

‘“So, we should take no comfort in the fact that Joe Biden was successfully sworn in, no comfort in the fact that Congress seems to be operating as normal. This thing is on a roll right now.”

Believe me, Beto, millions of us are taking NO comfort that Illegitimate Joe was sworn in, or that the democrats control Congress.

No comfort at all.

“And if you look at the Beer Hall Putsch in Germany, 1923, it was 10 years later Hitler is chancellor. We are operating under the big lie right now in America. We’ve got to stop it. That’s up to all of us in this great democracy.’”

It is true that “We are operating under the big lie right now in America,” Beto.

THE BIG DEMOCRAT LIE!!!

And that, YES, “WE’VE GOT TO STOP IT!!!”  

“O’Rourke served three terms in the House of Representative before launching a failed bid to oust Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in 2018. He used the liberal fame from his narrow defeat as a springboard to run for president, but he never gained traction and dropped out of the Democratic primary battle in October 2019.”

So, Beto gained liberal fame, and political momentum, by losing to Ted Cruz?

Interesting.

“He pushed Biden to consider Texas a swing state in 2020, but Trump defeated Biden by nearly six points there and improved on his showing with Hispanic voters from 2016.”

So, I guess, many Hispanic voters in Texas didn’t fall for the democrats’ playing the “race card…,” again, while The President played “the Trump card!”  

“O’Rourke often compared the Trump administration to the Third Reich during his failed presidential campaign.”

“O’Rourke slammed Cruz for joining in the Republican challenge of the Electoral College certification in January, which preceded the deadly Capitol riot by a mob of Trump supporters on Jan. 6.”

Hey, Beto…, do you realize that challenging the Electoral College certification is something completely within the republicans’ rights, and something the democrats have done after the elections of 2000, 2004, and 2016?   

“Cruz also echoed Trump’s unproven claims of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election.”

Well, Beto…, the “unproven” part of 2020 election fraud is yet to be determined.  Most courts have refused to even hear the arguments or allow for an auditing of ballots.

‘“When Ted Cruz helps to incite that sedition, seeks to overturn a lawfully, legitimately, democratically decided election, he is just as culpable for the insurrection,’ O’Rourke said.”

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What you talkin’ ‘bout, Willis?

I mean, what you talkin’ ‘bout Giridharadas?

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Brian Flood of Fox News reports that, “MSNBC’s Anand Giridharadas [says that] Americans’ ‘freedom obsession’ blinds them to other ‘threats.’

Oh, really?  You’re an American Anand.  What’s with the “them” reference?

Anyway…, please…, go on.

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“MSNBC contributor Anand Giridharadas declared on Wednesday that Americans have a ‘freedom obsession’ when speaking about the coronavirus pandemic during an appearance on ‘Morning Joe.’”

Oh, I get it now.  For the sake of this interview, when Giridharadas uses the term “Americans,” he is really referring to us “deplorables.”

Just for reference sake, Anand Giridharadas is a former columnist for The fake news New York Times.

And, yes, Mr. Giridharadas, we “Americans” do have a “freedom obsession,” since our kind of “American freedom” shouldn’t be taken for granted.  And our kind of “American freedom” was bitterly fought for and defended with the lives and the blood of millions of American fathers, brothers, mothers, sisters, sons and daughters.

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Our freedom did not come freely, and we’re not going to hand it over for any reason…, to include a virus, climate change, or whatever.

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“Giridharadas continues by asking, ‘One of the fundamental questions to me is, what’s going to be our relationship to government, the idea of government after this?’”

True Americans’ relationship with government is that of a necessary evil.

Let me say that again.  True Americans’ relationship with government is that of a necessary evil.  We don’t view government as our friend, our mommy, our daddy, or our baby sitter.

Remember…, the second amendment to the US Constitution says, “…being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”  This was put into The Constitution not for our right to have weapons to go hunting.  This was put into The Constitution to guarantee the American people would be able to defend themselves against an oppressive government.

And you think we have a “freedom obsession.”

‘“We kind of look at it at three levels this week,’ Giridharadas said.”

Three levels of our “relationship with government?”

This guy has really given this a lot of thought!

‘“There’s a primordial American tradition going back to the founders of being freedom-obsessed, even though we’re a country founded on slavery and genocide,’ Giridharadas said.”

“Primordial?”

So, now you’re referring to us deplorables as cavemen and cavewomen?

And you claim our country was “founded on slavery and genocide?”

Allow me to correct you Mr. Giridharadas.

The United States of America WAS NOT “founded on slavery and genocide.”

Slavery was a component of our country’s history, just as slavery was a component of most countries’ histories, and it was a practice our country corrected.

And “genocide [the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation]?”  The European immigrants (And you like immigrants, don’t you?) and later our young country was in a war with the Native Americans.  People on both sides died fighting this war.  And The United States won that war.  Even though we won that war…, if you look at how our Native Americans are being treated today, even though they were a conquered people, you would have to say they’re doing pretty good.  Even better than pretty good.  They are respected and supported by our government.

Our history with the Native American “Indians” is a FAR cry from genocide.

“Giridharadas continued. ‘Being freedom-obsessed to the point where we’re always so afraid of the government coming for us that we’re blind to other types of threats, whether it’s a virus, whether it’s bank malfeasance, climate change, what have you.’”

We’re not “blind” Mr. Giridharadas…, and we’re certainly not afraid…, we’re just able to put it all into perspective…, from the deplorable point of view.

“Giridharadas said a ‘more recent, kind of 40-year version’ is the ‘Reagan war on government,’ which he said is an idea that impacts Americans on both sides of the aisle.”

President Reagan was a wise man, and he put America and the American people first, just like President Trump does. Although we can track this acknowledgement of freedom back even earlier to President Kennedy.

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‘“There’s a hard version on the right, there’s a small c, conservative kind of militant version of it, but it has also infected many people on the left in this passive sense, like ‘I believe in government,’ but ‘I would never go work there,’ or ‘I believe in government but, you know, I kind of like don’t like my taxes too high, or I use trusts in the Cayman Islands.’”

Your level of confusion, Mr. Giridharadas, is truly impressive!

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“Militant?”  This could be, or may be, I guess.

“Infected many people on the left?”  It seems that you’re confusing some democrats opening their eyes and waking up with them being slightly “infected’” by conservatism.

Okay…, and here comes the perfunctory Trump bashing segment of Giridharadas’ comments.

“Giridharadas said ‘The more recent Trump-era twist is when…you put someone who can barely read a sentence in government, in the figure of Donald Trump, and it becomes true [that] government sucks, because you made it suck by telling everybody it sucks. I think the most important thing that could come out of this is realizing the government is not the biggest threat to our liberty.’”

Oh. No?!

Have you been paying attention to what the FBI and the DOJ attempted to do to President Trump and his associates?  I would have to say that our government [at least “the deep state” and “the swamp”] has shown itself to absolutely be “the biggest threat to our liberty.”

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‘“It can be a threat to our liberty but we’re threatened by many, many things and what the government fundamentally does is protect us.’”

Theoretically, our government should have our best interests in mind and be protecting us…, but in many cases that is just not the case.

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