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Saturday, October 22, 2022
WND's Mercer Hated Biden's Speech, Complains GOP Isn't Helping White People
Topic: WorldNetDaily

Ilana Mercer began her Sept. 22 WorldNetDaily column by whining about President Biden's speech calling out the extremism of MAGA Repubicans (just like the rest of WND):

Against a sinister, hellfire-and-brimstone background, outside Independence Hall, Philadelphia, flagged by Damien's own foot soldiers – President Joe Biden convened to convulse against MAGA America in the tradition of Linda Blair of "The Exorcist" fame.

An inartful mouthful, perhaps, but so was Biden's address.

The president of these disunited states has accused my fellow MAGA brothers and sister of constituting "a threat to [your] personal rights, to the pursuit of justice, to the rule of law, to the very soul of this country. … Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic," barked Biden.

"MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of law. They do not recognize the will of the people. They refuse to accept the results of a free election, and they're working right now as I speak … to undermine democracy itself," the addled-brained demon of a man added.

The only fitting verbal response to such unmitigated hate speech are the fighting words of the late Andrew Breitbart: "F–- you, war."

Were I a politician serving my MAGA constituents, I'd right away launch a complaint with the civil rights division of the Department of Justice. My brief would accuse Biden, a man with considerable sway, of inciting hatred against millions of his countrymen.

The correlation between being a MAGA normie and losing your job, your banking and free-speech privileges, and being kicked out of the offices of medical malpractitioners is likely statistically significant.

Mercer's rant then evolved into compaining that her fellow right-wingers were not pushing back hard enough against Biden -- and more importantly, as befits someone with a soft spot for apartheid, not doing more to help white people:

Low-grade civil war is underway, certainly by emboldened blacks against learned-helpless whites. But in my state of Washington, the lukewarm ads Republicans are running revolve around comfortable kitchen-table issues: inflation, taxation, state spending and cost of living. The end.

To that end, run-of-the-mill Republican Mike Huckabee seconded the "gasoline, groceries and God" campaign message as exhaustive.

That's the GOP. Running on safe economic issues, looking-away from matters of life-and-death.

These are:

  • Black-on-white hate crimes sanctioned.
  • Institutionalized anti-white indoctrination.
  • Learned helplessness inculcated in whites through hostile institutions, abetted by parents, pedagogues and politicians. (Ongoing, see "Sacrificing Kids To PC Pietism," written in 2011.)
  • Violating the law of the land by inverting morality – rewarding evil, punishing good – in violation also of natural and constitutional rights.
  • Continued COVID tyranny as a means of ferreting out and isolating the populist Right.
  • The systemic silencing, deplatforming and depersoning of MAGA America, via loss of work, speech rights and banking privileges, courtesy of Deep Tech, in collusion with the state.
  • No right or democratic opportunity to defend against these depredations.

On these defining issues the GOP is relatively silent.

Mercer's lengthy screed then moved on to cheering that GOP Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is "the only elected official smart and dedicated enough to grasp and govern in accordance with first principles" by spending state money to send migrants from Texas to Martha's Vineyard, then whining (italics in original):

The migrants of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, now have civil rights attorneys, arrayed against Gov. DeSantis. The protesters of January 6 don't so much as have decent attorneys. That's all you need to know about the Republicans' fealty to their own.

Rest assured that migrant legal representation is likely backed by Democrats.

The "protesters of January 6" put their crimes on video and uploaded them to social media, making them that much easier to document and convict. Even a decent attorney has trouble trying to argue that away. The old adage applies: If you can't do the time, don't do the crime.

Posted by Terry K. at 12:19 AM EDT
Updated: Saturday, October 22, 2022 12:35 AM EDT

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