A Problem with Definitions

Let’s see. When democrats burn things to the ground, injure people and loot, that’s a demonstration.

On the other hand, apparently Trump supporters go into a building, spend a few minutes there, and then leave, that’s sedition. Then, of course, instantly, Trump is guilty of sedition.

Okay. To some degree I agree. People who are guilty of trespassing, destroying property and so forth should and, wherever possible pay. Moreover, people who encourage such things, for example, Maxine Waters and VP to be Harris should also pay. It just is, only those with a D after their name get away with it. By the way, when Trump spoke to those protesters, he never said anything to encourage sedition. Now, the very people who preached sedition to their mob are trying to accuse Trump of sedition. If you’ll excuse the old expression, it is sort of like the pot calling the kettle black. It is sort of like people in glass houses casting stones. It is sort of like the arsonist calling someone a fire-starter.

There is one difference in each case. The labels don’t apply to President Trump. After over three years, they never found so much as one thing that Trump did wrong. When they impeached him, they had to make up charges that wouldn’t have worked in a kangaroo court.

Now, in a last ditch effort, in the last days of his presidency, they are trying to dream up another charge. They only cast the light on themselves. We can now see them for what they are, that is, those of us will open our eyes and see.

In truth, we know who the ones are that are guilty of sedition. We know who encouraged the rioting. We know why the buildings were burned and destroyed. And, by the way, the dems were very happy when President Trump was driven to safety by one of those mobs. Instead of condemning the mob, they enjoyed seeing the president go into hiding. None of the dems even tried to discourage the mobs who tried to destroy the federal court house for a week or more. By the way, that mob earnestly sought to kill the federal agents defending it.

Before Nancy in the brown salon hair charges anyone with sedition, maybe she needs to look in one of her expensive mirrors. She has long been guilty of sedition, before Trump became President Trump. Then again, maybe she is afraid of what she might see if she looks in a mirror. Indeed, she just might be afraid it will shatter.

Okay. Maybe I am getting a little too personal. On the other hand, I am not afraid of what I will see when I look in a mirror. I have done some things that I am ashamed of, but I admit it. When I look in the mirror, I see an old repentant man. When she looks in a mirror, she sees a vain monster.

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