In their effort to secure power for one political party, Democrats and their media allies have maliciously created a division in America between those they assert to be a noble, intelligent and well-intentioned class of citizens against a deplorable class of people they describe in the most negative and hateful terms – as ignorant racists, xenophobes, homophobes, violence-prone knuckle draggers.
They cast half the American population – all who do not agree to their radical agenda, their plan to fundamentally transform America and their right to secure power by virtually any means possible – as the enemy of democracy.
In a toxic case of mass projection, they declare their authoritarian policies as patriotism and the policies of those holding up the Constitution and traditional American values of limited government and personal freedom as the enemies of democracy – and a danger to the Republic.
They describe political opponents as brainless members of a cult-of-personality, whose loyalty rests exclusively with the person of President Trump. They pejoratively refer to their political opponents as “Trumpers” – and the ideology of their cause as “Trumpism.”
The strategy of the left – the genetic authoritarians – is to divide and conquer by creating a perceived enemy of the people. It is part of the identity politics and political correctness strategies in which America is split between victims and oppressors.
Though they pay lip service to unity, there is nothing in their political policies and strategies that are designed to produce anything but angry division.
Democrats are not attempting to win over the hearts of the American public, but to take control over we the people. They believe that a central government run by a permanently ensconced class of elitists can best represent the will and needs of the people – a notion our Founders rejected vehemently.
With modern-day Democrats, it is critical that we pay attention more to what they do than what they say. Like any authoritarian movement, their motives are veiled behind promises of beneficence – providing for the needs and desires of every American. They conceal their political Hell behind the rhetoric of a fraudulent and impossible Utopian vision.
MEMO TO THE LEFT
You shall not prevail.
There is no such thing as “Trumpism.” You are mistaken if you think that 72 million Americans have embraced Trump as some sort of hypnotic charismatic leader who has turned us into political zombies. Far from it. We can see the flaws in his personality as well as you, but we have not used them as an excuse to abandon the principles and values his administration has represented far better than you would – and will.
Half of American voters chose the founding principles over the big regulatory government you openly promise to bring to America – a change that history has proven bestows benefits only to an elite class of government overseers while imposing tragic hardships on the masses.
It is not “Trumpism” that makes us pledge allegiance to the flag and stand for the National Anthem. It is our devotion to unity and our common culture of personal freedom. It is dedication to “Americanism” – that cultural quality that has made this nation the strongest and most successful civic enterprise in the history of the world.
Like all political leaders, Trump is a transitory figure who – for a period of time – best represents the CONSERVATIVE VALUES we endorse. He is the personification of those values, not personally the foundation of our political interests and beliefs.
You do a great disservice to the truth and the nation when you malign the values that at least half of Americans have expressly endorsed in this past election – and that millions of other Americans embrace even behind a façade of partisanship.
Across the broadest spectrum of 2020 election results, we have seen most Americans reaffirm their belief in conservative principles as best expressed by the Republican Party and the Trump administration. President Trump, the man, may have lost, but based on the results in thousands of other races across the nation, Republicans and traditional American values prevailed.
We recognize that for those of you who would lead this nation to an authoritarian Hell, there is little hope of conversion. You are too much committed to your desire to be the ruling elite.
The best future for America will come when those you have fooled return to their patriotic roots – and the kind of mutual respect that is necessary to provide unity. When this nation more fully rejects your divisive strategy to again restore the power to “we the people” under the motto “e pluribus unum.”
Those of you who want to transform this nation into top-down governance are currently at the peak of your power. It is not the first time such authoritarians have risen in times of crisis – and not the first time you will eventually be cast aside by those who believe in the American Dream and American Exceptionalism. The more you drag America to the left, the sooner will be your political demise.
So, there ‘tis.