“President Joe Biden has now declared that the United States is facing an existential crisis comparable to what it experienced during the Civil War, a struggle that will produce a truly democratic form of government with universal franchise or which will result in the denial of basic rights to many citizens. And he is quite willing to address the issue employing a maximum of emotion and fear mongering unmitigated by a minimum of reasonable suasion, saying “We’re facing the most significant test of our democracy since the Civil War. That’s not hyperbole. Since the Civil War — the Confederates back then never breached the Capitol as insurrectionists did on January the 6th. I’m not saying this to alarm you. I’m saying this because you should be alarmed.”
Of course, what may have occurred on January 6th has nothing to do with the issue currently in play, which is voting rights, though it is only one aspect of what is essentially a revolution sponsored by the Democratic Party to reorder the American political system in such a fashion as to guarantee its dominance for decades to come. Other steps will include greatly increased immigration, a war on so-called domestic terrorists and decriminalizing or choosing not to prosecute many felonies committed by party constituencies.” Giraldi
Comment: Actually, the Confederates did not wish to overthrow the US Government. As Jefferson Davis stated “All we ask is to be left alone.” i.e., to be allowed to leave the Union. They believed they had a legal right to do that.
Giraldi lays out in this piece the cogent arguments against the Democrats’ legislative proposals designed to reduce our present election system to a “Potemkin Village” charade in order to create a de facto one party state like the old USSR. pl
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