The latest round of indictments against Donald Trump is so absurd, and the accusations so demonstrably false, that one must wonder about the state of mind that that could be driving them.
Why Trump’s insistence that the last federal election was stolen should even be a concern to his accusers is a question that can only be understood in light of their terror. So desperate are they to make some kind of case against Trump, that their argument has now boiled down to an absurd assertion that their “case could hinge on whether he believed his lies.”
With political rhetoric like “You can put all kinds of whipped cream on manure, and it’s still manure” used to justify their charges against Trump, you can smell the crap on which such arguments are piled. The “manure” in question, of course, is the fact of the stolen election – called “lies” by Trump’s accusers.
Fascinatingly, the case has once again forced the spotlight on the violent nature of the Left in contrast to the peaceful nature of the Right. “Violence is only the domain of the Left,” Stew Peters correctly observed in his assessment of the January 6 “uprising” for which Trump is being blamed. Along with the violence, Leftist politicians rely on misrepresenting their legitimacy as democratic representatives, which is essentially what their whole case against Trump is all about.
In projecting all of their electoral evils and crimes on to Trump, the Left has found itself resorting to the manipulation of language and rhetoric calculated to justify unprecedented and outrageous assertions. They, not Trump, have forced the long existing polarization of America’s politics to surface, and that is a good thing because now more are able to see the true nature of the binary choice before them.
Those on the Left who condemn Trump for being a “polarizing” figure are mistaken in their condemnation, but Just Right about the fact that Trump represents their polar opposite.
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