MAGA people alone stand between the chaos brought by Black Lives Matter and saving the United States as we know it. Another incisive column by Ilana Mercer.
Why repeat hackneyed phrases about annus horribilis 2020?
Recall the opening paragraph of “A Tale of Two Cities,” a classic by Charles Dickens? Interspersed in that epical introduction are countervailing, sweetness-and-light words. Excise these—and you get 2020:
“… it was the worst of times…it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch…of incredulity, it was…the season of darkness… it was the winter of despair. … we had nothing before us.”
MAGA men and women are just that: The best of people in the worst of times.
These good people converged on D.C., Jan. 6, to protest the certification of the Electoral College vote.
They, who have “nothing before them,” had come to demand that something be done by those who had “brought [them] forth into this wilderness,” yet sit “by the fleshpots [on the Potomac] and [eat] bread to the full.” (My adaptation of Exodus 16:3.)
Cassandra Fairbanks, of the Gateway Pundit web-hub, framed her report about the protest that ensued just right: “Patriots Have Stormed the Capitol Building — Masses Breaching Federal Barriers — Cops Losing Control.”
Yes, patriots. Rage that had been simmering over an election whose results lacked constitutional credibility had finally come to a boil. FREE WEST MEDIA read more