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On a recent podcast, Andrew Klavan made what I think is a brilliant statement:
“Normal people are the roadblock to Paradise.”
The context was in how the left always promotes a Utopia if only they are allowed to run things as they see fit. It makes perfect sense. Ordinary people vote for candidates who oppose the left’s agenda once in office. Can’t have that. Ordinary people want to go to church, to own guns, and to have their children educated to love and respect our country. Bad idea. Ordinary people know the difference between men and women. No, people are what “gender” they say they are.
It’s no surprise the left, the Democrats, and the MSM (but I repeat myself, as Klavan would say) want to do away with elections altogether. Mail-in voting is a start. They set as many mail-in elections up for failure so they can argue all elections should be online. Great. They have an army of pajama-boy hackers in their parents’ basements ready to use their computers to change election outcomes and “make them right.”
Scary times . . .Published in