One of the favorite words Democrats use in their rhetoric is democracy. The angrier they get, the more they throw out that word.
Even though we are not a direct democracy but a representative democracy, a Republic, they insist on using the word to legitimize everything they do and their entire agenda.
But the word democracy is not what people should think of when they think of Democrats. Dems know the word resonates well and has a good image. Their own image is awful.
Now they claim democracy is under attack. Trump is trying to steal democracy. Democracy is at risk. Joe Biden said in his nomination speech, ”democracy is on the ballot.” What the hell does that mean? It means what you want to think it means — that it is in question. But with progressive Democrats it is in question.
They fight for mail-in voting or virtually any other extraordinary means to an election, from keeping polls open extra late, to counting votes days after an election, to disqualifying lawful ballots and including unlawful ones. Then running to courts to contest election results. It really is that simple.
They like anything one can think up to game the system. Ballot harvesting, guess who likes that? Mailing out millions of ballots to all registered voters in advance, who likes that? Allowing illegal aliens to cast votes in national elections, who likes that? Disqualifying military votes, who likes that? Registering all people to vote automatically, who likes that? Then using the euphemism of Democratic Party to invoke symmetry with democracy.
Sadly, some people still buy their antics of semantics.
So they would have you believe if you do not vote Democrat, then you are not voting for but against democracy. It’s a linguistics game.
Obama and now Biden were notorious for using the word democracy. So, with cancel culture being so popular now, wouldn’t it be wonderful if they could say Trump wants to cancel democracy or fair elections? Why not? It sounds so good.
But, like the Washington Examiner said in an article, in response to Obama’s convention speech rhetoric:
“This from the same guy whose administration launched a spying operation at the highest levels of the federal government into Mr.Obama’s political enemies in order to cancel a free and fair election.”
That is exactly what they did and were up to in 2016. Thereby canceling all our votes in the process. That’s very undemocratic, you might say. And people actually defend it.
Their side show of democracy is like everything else they do. But when mob rule wins the day in places across the country, don’t mistake that for democracy. When American people overwhelmingly support law and order verses riots, don’t let them tell you violence and rioting protests have anything to do with democracy.
I almost can’t wait to see their interpretation of this election and why people voted the way they did. What an abortion of democracy that will be.
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