Under Siege: Martial Law Continues

Democracy now means Martial Law. There are over 10k troops in DC to explain that. Usually, when the guard is dispatched, when the threat dissipates so does the guard.

But not in this case. They are there for an important reason, image. To show you we are under Martial Law and very much at risk. (apparently from Americans).

Do they want us to think that the process, government, our democratic process are all in such dysfunctional shape that they need to have the Guard stabilize the system? Yes.

That image is important to remind people. When they hold an impeachment of a former president, they need the image of the guard to remind you of this huge threat.

The irony is that if Trump had called out the guard, they would have called it Martial Law that minute, saying it was for his personal use. You know that because they were warning us a month before inauguration that Trump was going to do exactly that.

Now they declare that Martial Law is the new democracy. But there is another cynical tactic here. Who called the guard? Since when is Christopher Wray in charge of calling out the National Guard. That is the essence of this. Where did he get that power? He stated over-hyped threats and, voila, out comes the guard.

This doesn’t seem to bother Joe Biden though, since he is now president and Commander-In-Chief. Or is someone else? Who handed that off to Chris Wray and the FBI?

Free speech and the First Amendment are also under assault. And crickets are chirping on the Left. It suits them and the administration just fine. A nation under siege.

Cancel culture and their army of proxies will enforce and defend their edicts.
Resistance has officially been abolished.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

2 comments on “Under Siege: Martial Law Continues

  1. Drik says:

    Resistance has been officially established as a dangerous threat, even though it was from 150 rioters, which is an average weekend in Portland.

    Liked by 1 person

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