by Matt Kane at American Thinker
By now, everybody has heard Donald Trump say: “They’re not after me; they’re after you. I’m just standing in their way.” It is a rallying cry for his supporters and “conspiracy” fuel for his critics. But as is the case in many instances, Trump is right. In fact, “they” have already begun coming after us — which is why the Trump political movement has officially transcended politics. America’s fiercest enemy is now those within its own government using Trump’s persecutions as a vehicle to covertly violate individual freedoms. The damage they are causing is undeniable, and the Trump movement represents the strongest, most wide-reaching, and most unified effort taking on these threats.
Traditional issues that exist in every election are still present. Immigration, the Second Amendment, the economy, jobs, inflation, taxes, and foreign affairs are still pressing issues. But a new set of challenges that have arisen are so crucial that if they are not addressed, they will make the traditional issues a moot point.
In just the last eight years, numerous attacks on Trump have occurred that were previously thought of as “not possible in America.” Because they occurred so frequently, society to an extent became desensitized to their absurdity. Removing names when analyzing these events prevents bias and helps one better objectively comprehend them and understand attacks on Trump are assaults on the decision of citizens by proxy.
In 2016, the Democrat nominee for president concocted a complete fabrication about her Republican opponent colluding with a foreign country to propel him to victory. The sitting Democrat president and vice president were made aware that the allegations were bogus, yet they did not put an end to them, and in some instances, they furthered them. This was a direct attack on the people’s right to elect the candidate they desire.
That attack on citizens to remove their chosen leader did not stop when…Continue Reading