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I was enjoying my breakfast and watching Bonanza when my peace was shattered by a “Joe Biden” campaign ad.
“I want to make it absolutely clear … Rioting is not protesting. Looting is not protesting. Setting fires is not protesting. None of this is protesting — it’s lawlessness. Plain and simple. And those who do it should be prosecuted,” Joe Biden says. https://t.co/nRAdpK1q1D pic.twitter.com/duo44DSwDw— CNN (@CNN) August 31, 2020
Let me break it down for you:
“I want to make it absolutely clear: rioting is not protesting.”
Scene: Police line in front of burned-out cars.
“Looting is not protesting.”
Scene: A firefighter in front of burned-out storefronts.
“It’s lawlessness, plain and simple.”
Scene: A black-bloc Antifa member walking in front of a ruined bank.
“And those who do it should be prosecuted.”
“Fires are burning, and we have a President who fans the flames.”
Scene: A caravan of Trump supporters being attacked by rioters, cut to make it appear as if the Trump supporters are the aggressors. The news headline below the image: “Protests turn deadly.” This is the caravan in which Antifa performed their targeted political assassination of Aaron Danielson.
“He can’t stop the violence, because for years, he’s fomented it.”
Scene: Peaceful white protesters at Charlottesville, Virginia, for the 2017 Unite the Right rally.
“But his failure to call for his own supporters to stop acting like an armed militia in this country shows how weak he is.”
“Violence will not bring change; it will only bring destruction. It’s wrong in every way.”
Scene: Wanton violence interspersed with police in riot gear firing tear gas.
“If I were President, my language would be less divisive. I’d be looking to lower the temperature, not raise it. Donald Trump is determined to instill fear in America, because Donald Trump adds fuel to every fire. This is not who we are.”
“I believe we’ll be guided by the words of Pope John Paul II, words drawn from the Scripture: be not afraid.”
Scene: “Joe Biden” conferring with blacks, and then sitting in a church with his mask on.
“I’m Joe Biden, and I approve this message.”
Scene: Kamala and “Joe” looking at each other, wearing their masks.
This might take the cake for the single most absurd piece of campaign propaganda in American political history—the unmitigated gall of “his” campaign to attempt to claim, after three months of open endorsement and material support for the 1619 riots wreaking havoc across our nation, that the Democrats do not condone violence. That this is not who they are.
The Democrat platform is essentially “Kill the Boer” in so many words. To attempt to pin the blame for the chaos on Trump supporters, to tie the Leftist-engineered fiasco of Charlottesville to the mayhem in our streets, to say that innocent Americans merely defending their lives and their property are “acting like an armed militia,” merely belies the contempt with which the Democrats hold the common man. What is truly outrageous is that all of these lies will be believed.
But hey, kudos to the “Biden” campaign for getting the dosage right for their puppet to speak comprehensible English for an entire minute. I believe we’ll be guided by the opposite of what that magnificent Christian, “Biden,” told us: be afraid. Be very afraid.