It really is a fish-or-cut-bait moment in our history, and decisions will have to be made about how we interact with a group of politicians than not only hate us, but want to transform the way WE live to match their preferences.
The right has spent the weekend sorting out the response after being slapped by SCOTUS. Their refusal to even hear a complaint about some actual election fraud concerns that — if the allegations prove true — will stick us with a President who is NOT ‘duly-elected’ in the strictest sense of the word.
If we have no recourse when state and Federal Constitutions are disregarded in a way that alter the outcome of an election, can we truly say we still live in a Constitutional Republic?
That’s the question we’re facing. The temptation in such cases is to turn your own party into a circular firing squad, looking for someone to blame.
There are many reasons that might make sense, on its face. Quislings and traitors are an issue in any movement. But Dinesh D’Souza points to a historical example why we might want to think twice about burning down our own party out of rage and spite.
It’s taken from lessons his wife’s family learned from a similar situation in Venezuela.
It’s less than 3 minutes long, and it’s worth keeping in mind as we all decide our path forward.
The stakes in this fight are by no means ‘small-ball’, whichever way we go here.
Let’s keep up the fight, sure.
But if we’re going to fight, let’s all make sure we’re fighting the right foe.
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