It Won’t Last Forever
If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.
I think Orwell was wrong, or at least this is certainly not what is playing out in the United States today.
Since Trump’s election in 2016 – and even before he took office – it has been clear that virtually all democrats and most republicans have been out to take him down; certainly, the administrative apparatus has the same desire.
Just a quick survey: Russiagate, Ukrainegate, impeachment, the corona, tanking the economy, voting (shall we say) irregularities.
Now, after yesterday’s debacle at the capitol – as if 13 days is too long to wait – we have this:
Chuck Schumer, the top Senate Democrat, and incoming Senate majority leader after the Dems victory in the Georgia runoffs, called for Donald Trump to be immediately removed from office, saying that the outgoing president was directly responsible for Wednesday’s riot in the Capitol.
In a statement, Schumer said Vice President Mike Pence should invoke the Constitution’s 25th amendment, using support of the cabinet to take over in the Oval Office until Joe Biden is inaugurated on January 20.
“If the vice president and the Cabinet refuse to stand up, Congress should reconvene to impeach the president,” Schumer added.
Facebook has booted Trump, as has Spotify and Twitter.
This has nothing to do with stomping on a human face forever. It is something quite different. The target isn’t Trump; goodness, Trump has done many wonderful things for the establishment: deficit spending without end, total support for Israel, increased military spending, rapid vaccinations.
No, the target isn’t Trump. The target is those who have supported him.
What is happening (and has happened over the last four years, culminating in Schumer’s statements or potentially the reality that Trump
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