The swampy administrative state and its media branch consistently downplay leftist political violence, while holding up imaginary violence as justification to punish the right. People are sick and tired of the left’s double standards and situational ethics. Many Americans currently feel powerless to speak up against the vast, centralized government that they believe is oppressing and terrorizing them.
The country has remained largely peaceful and devoid of any civil conflict or uprising over the massive injustices of an out-of-control government, even as the Democrats spew violent rhetoric against supporters of President Donald J. Trump and threaten, bully, and attempt to intimidate patriotic Americans.
And as things develop and more Patriots are intimidated and harassed, that may quickly change. The majority of voters are aware that Republicans will maintain their composure and work to win over voters in the upcoming midterm elections.
Last week, the subject of Trump’s indictment was discussed and became widely known, endangering that peace.
The nation would face “problems… the likes of which perhaps we’ve never seen,” the former president Donald Trump said on Thursday, should the Biden-Harris administration choose to indict him.
“The clear implication is that such an unprecedented move might lead to conservatives defying the Biden-Harris regime.
The conversation unfolded between Trump and conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt. He explained during Hewitt’s show that an indictment wouldn’t prevent him from running for president again.
He suggested that the American people would not support a former President facing prosecution. “The people are not going to stand for this stuff. They’ve weaponized the Department of Justice and the FBI.”
“If a thing like that happened, I would have no prohibition against running,” Trump said to Hewitt.
“I think if it happened, I think you’d have problems in this country the likes of which perhaps we’ve never seen before. I don’t think the people of the United States would stand for it.”
“I think they’d have big problems. Big problems. I just don’t think they’d stand for it. They will not sit still and stand for this ultimate of hoaxes,” according to Trump.
According to Conservative Brief, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina said there would be “riots in the street” if “there is a prosecution of Donald Trump for mishandling classified information,” in August.
“There is a double standard when it comes to Trump,” Graham told Fox News.
Graham said, “And I’ll say this: If there is a prosecution of Donald Trump for mishandling classified information after the Clinton debacle … there will be riots in the street.”
Hewitt anticipated that Trump’s fear would be seen as “inciting violence” by the mainstream media.
“That’s not inciting. I’m just saying what my opinion is,” Trump retorted. “I don’t think the people of this country would stand for it.”
As if on cue, Illinois senator and chair of the Senate’s Democratic judiciary committee Dick Durbin said to reporters on Thursday, “Inviting a mob to return to the streets is exactly what happened here on Jan. 6, 2021. This president knew what he was doing … and we saw the results,” according to Politico.
“His careless, inflammatory rhetoric has its consequences,” according to Durbin.
Sen. Maize Hirono of Hawaii gave a fiery statement on Wednesday and left the Senate after what she described as “literally, a call to arms in our country,” but Durbin obviously seemed to have forgotten about it.
When comparing the two sets of comments, the distinction is obvious: Trump’s remarks serve as a warning and are intended to stop a tragedy. He’s advising against doing something. Hirono’s are unmistakably made to incite aggressive behavior that is motivated by radical leftist wrath. Trump made an assertion, while Hirono urged action.
In response to the rumors of her Uncle’s remarks, one of Trump’s envious and resentful family members stated to News Week:
Mary Trump, the niece of former President Donald Trump and his avid critic, sarcastically said this week that the country will “run out of beer” if her uncle was indicted for keeping classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago resort residence, in reference to a recent interview in which he said “big problems” would happen in the country if he were to be indicted.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“Donald said recently that there will be ‘big problems’ if he’s indicted and he’s right. There will be big problems for him. I know that he was in his not-too-subtle way, threatening the rest of us with the violence of his insane followers,” she said during an episode of The Mary Trump Show that was posted by Politicon to YouTube on Saturday. CONTINUE READING…