Wednesday's Absurdity: Democrats Have Lost Their Friggin' Minds
Ok, well, we already knew that, right? Right. I mean, just to be willing to admit you’re a Democrat is the sure sign of an unstable mind that lacks the ability to reason with logic rather than emotions. So, let’s rephrase that.
Democrats are committing political hari-kari before our very eyes. There, that’s better.
It’s all happening related to the idiotic zeal of Chuck Schumer to force the Senate to debate and hold a roll-call vote on this completely sham “voter rights” bill. Or, “bills,” rather, since there are technically two separate bills they’re trying to merge and then somehow pass with just 48 votes in the Senate.
Yes, 48 votes: That’s what they have. Not 50, plus Kamala - 48. No Manchin, no Sinema, no Republicans. 48.
That’s the most they have, and it could be less if they ever really did get down to doing a roll call. Because the coward Mark Kelly of Arizona is up for re-election this year, and he steadfastly refuses to say if he is for the bill or agin’ the bill, hoping against hope that Schumer will not at the end of the day force him to cast an actual vote that will lose him votes in his election either way. It’s the kind of conundrum political cowards like Kelly invariably end up facing.
You can bet there are other Dems just like Kelly, who have remained silent on their support or non-support for this legislative atrocity, this federal takeover of elections that would enshrine massive voter fraud for all time. None of them are going to want to go on the record here, but Schumer, if he follows through on his current approach, is going to force it.
It makes no sense, until you realize what the true motivation of all of this really happens to be. What we are seeing here is the Democrat party, 10 months in advance of the mid-term elections in November, already in such a desperate situation politically that they are on about Page 25 of their playbook, which is titled “Scare the Black Folks.”
They normally don’t get here until about 2 weeks before Election Day. That’s when you generally start to see stories about them illegally campaigning in black churches in key areas in various states. The “Scare the Black Folks” strategy normally comes after “Scare the Teachers,” “Scare the Labor Unions,” “Scare the Hispanics,” and “Scare the Women Folks,” and right before the always reliable Page 26 tactic of “Scare the Old Folks About Social Security.”
After that you get to the Page 27 tactic: “Empty Out the Graveyards.” That used to be the final piece of the Democrat standard plan, but then they figured out the whole “Do the Vote Harvesting” thing, which of course involves inventing votes after Election Day has come and gone. Genius.
Anyway, here we are, in January, and the Democrat party leaders are already so alarmed by their polling and focus grouping data for the mid-terms that they have decided they are going to spend not just a couple of weeks, but 10 full months Scaring the Black Folks. They’re going to scare ‘em about voting laws passed in several states, claiming that they do things they do not in fact do. You know: Like making it as hard to vote in Georgia or Texas as it is in New York or California or Illinois. They’re going to claim that these new voting integrity laws amount to voter suppression, like actually does exist in Democrat-run states all over the country. They’re going to spend 10 months heinously lying to Black Americans about a supposed “return to Jim Crow,” no doubt rolling their Sock Puppet out at some point to repeat his 2012 claim that “they gonna put y’all back in chains.” Despicable.
Or maybe they’ll just play the video of that shameful incident in their campaign ads for 10 months. Who knows? Certainly, there are no depths to which this desperate party of frauds, criminals, hacks and outright morons will be willing to sink here.
In any event, that’s what is really happening here: A party so desperate that it is planning to spend 10 full months, rather than a mere two weeks, scaring the Black Folks. If it weren’t Democrats doing it, you would never believe it.
But believe it.
You just could never make this stuff up.
That is all.