Joseph Kennedy III delivered the Democrat rebuttal this week to President Donald Trump’s State of the Union Speech. Now, thanks to him, we know what two issues Democrats are counting on to sweep them back into control of the House of Representatives in this year’s elections.
Transgender rights and amnesty for illegal aliens.
The Dems have been in full tantrum mode since Election Night in 2016. Well, heck, why not? When you go to a restaurant and there’s a kid rolling around on the floor, having a tantrum, isn’t your first response to reward him for it? He should get whatever he wants, right? A tantrum is such a great way to win friends and influence people. This approach is just bound to work, according to the same pollsters who predicted a Hillary Clinton landslide victory.
So Kennedy, as reported by Anne Coulter, “devoted the lion’s share of his speech to the Democrats’ pet issues: transgenders and foreigners.” Hot dog.
They’re citizens of the world, so everybody in the world should be allowed to come to America illegally and get free stuff and “a path to citizenship.” This is called replacing the electorate. Dems don’t like the electorate they’ve got. They don’t like America. As Chuck Schumer reportedly said, “If they–” meaning “you”–“won’t elect Democrats, we’ll bring in people who will.” I can’t vouch for the accuracy of that quote, but it does accurately sum up what Democrats mean by “immigration reform.”
And then there are the transgenders–poor, deluded souls who demand we applaud, affirm, and bow down to their insistence that they get the right to redefine reality. That is, the invented false reality that states that whatever gender they say they are, that’s what they are. Democrats demand the rest of us share in that delusion, and heaven help us if we don’t. Like, where’s the fun in being the government if you can’t force millions of people to say things they know to be untrue? And punish them if they don’t.
Nothing much good can happen to America until the Democrat Party is put out of business. Permanently. That won’t put a stop to leftism, which springs from Original Sin. But it will at least stop them, for a while, from passing laws and handing down judicial rulings.
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