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It’s been a great week so far. Kat is on her honeymoon. Yeah, I think we got some gang. [Video]. At least we know they’re still alive. Yeah, but even if Kat isn’t back, look who is. [Hillary Clinton picture] Yeah, he’s another blonde psychopath. Oh, she’s not that bad. Alright, she is. You know, I bet she was secretary of state.
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HILLARY CLINTON: You know, I was secretary of state. I spent, you know, many days in airplanes flying from place to place, encouraging people to have real democracy. And one of the hallmarks of a true democracy is the peaceful transfer of power.
Yeah, well, you know what else is a hallmark of democracy? A free and fair election, and the right to bitch about it if you didn’t think that was it. You know, kinda like you made your old gas bag out of sensible shoes.
And Hillary, you remember the peaceful transfer of power in Libya, don’t you? It ended in two civil wars, murdered Americans and you say, what difference does it make?
In any event. Apparently, she was a guest on “The View,” which is like sprinkling sawdust on vomit. Hmm. I don’t even know what that really means, if it’s a good thing it could be. But I wonder if she wouldn’t be honest if she didn’t say there was a seditious plot against the United States government?
HILLARY CLINTON: I wouldn’t be honest if I didn’t say there was a seditious plot against the United States government. And it is a crime, led by Donald Trump, encouraged by Donald Trump.
You know, she was right when she said, I wouldn’t be honest. But it’s really just a collective amnesia and everyone plays along except our own son of a fucking asshole. Pierre Doocy. Take it off, Peter.
PETER DOOCY: You tweeted in 2016 that Trump stole an election.
KARINE JEAN-PIERRE: I was waiting, Peter, when you were going to ask me that question.
She was expecting it, but still wasn’t prepared for it. Poor KJP. She ticked all the boxes for the job except the skill. Yeah, well, at least Peter asked the question no one else in the media dared to ask, because it would destroy their anti-Trump narratives. Remember that questioning the election is insurrection, unless you are a Democrat.
But it’s about motivating the base to vote out of fear. That’s why Biden’s speech last week was so dark and angry. In case you forgot, here’s a clip. [Video] I am sorry. It was Hunter Biden getting his latest STD test results.
In any event. So repeat after me, Republicans are extreme, Trump is a fascist, parents are terrorists, and I’m too good for TV, every lie but that one.
So how do you combat false fear? Well, you do it with real fear. The fact is, the real problems facing Americans are scarier than Hillary in a two-piece eating a three-piece.
You have exorbitant criminality. Persistent inflation. A school system that favors indoctrination over education with on-demand drag shows at your local college. All of this is brought to you by left-wing politics. We don’t have to sow fear. People pushed in front of the subways are louder than any hyperbole, which is why the media and the democrats must push the fake misery, the fake fear to drown out the real.
CBS GUEST: Two of the hallmarks of a fascist political party are, first, they do not accept election results that do not go their way, and second, they embrace political violence. And I think that’s why President Biden was right to sound the alarm this week about these continued attacks on our constitutional order from the outside by Donald Trump and his movement.
MSNBC HOST: If you look up fascism in the dictionary, you can find all of these things. So I really don’t know why the Republicans are all upset other than the fact that he was nominated.
I love the way she pretends to use a dictionary. Now don’t let all this fascist talk get to you like my proctologist told me on my last visit. Keep your powder dry. It’s just a sign of desperation. It is a sign of despair in desperate people. You know, like when Brian Kilmeade stands under the mistletoe.
Their ideas fail. Their policies reward the bad and punish the good. They have nothing to sell except the fear that the alternative is even worse than them. This should be the line Joe is remembered for when historians look back, we have nothing to sell but we fear. He plagiarized everyone, why not FDR?
But it must suck to be a Democratic voter. Your address is a vacant lot. And the only way to make you care about something is to make you feel bad. It’s like how beggars use malnourished dogs. Oh, your poor pup. Here is money for heroin.
So what about voters who are on the fence? If they look at two competing fears, which is more motivating? Well, first of all, how can a voter be on the fence when these two parties are so far apart? It’s like someone trying to ride the Grand Canyon. It’s like someone saying, I can’t decide which tickets to buy – the Maui ones or the Maroon Five ones. Or a guy wanted to surprise his wife on their 20th birthday. Is it a diamond ring or two tickets to WrestleMania?
But a fear is obviously wrong. It is the left that accuses everyone else of being fascists pushing civil war. It’s a statement that is easily destroyed every time you go out and see people getting along. It’s ridiculous how little our politics matter in everyday life because we have lives. This is why the right should talk about the real-world fears created by Democratic politics. No cash bail, reduced penalties, making grand larceny less of an outrage than littering. These are real concerns.
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But who is the best to push it? Well, the Dems are in luck. They can push their fears and the media is on board. But you talk about real things like crime, immigration, inflation, and the media calls you a fascist for daring to offer practical solutions to these serious problems. But it’s good. Focus on reality and let them live in their fantasy land. And maybe it’s not a bad thing that they think you’re a fascist. This will prevent them from borrowing your lawn mower.