Sometimes I have a hard time deciding whether to engage or not when someone posts idiotic nonsense like this on social media:
Make no mistake. If President Trump is impeached on false charges. We will rise en masse and you will see the likes of a civil war. Everday AMERICANS will take …to the streets we will withdraw our money from banks, close our 401k’s, pull our kids from school. We will rise against the the Democrats, RINO, NeverTrumpers, and shadow government. You will have showed us our Republic is a farce and democracy is dead. We will riot.
This quote is being shared readily on social media. I have no idea who to attribute it to. Several people have posted it with no citation as if it’s their own.
More often than not I choose not to engage. There would be no point as no one in the situation would change their position, including me.
Of course, if he were impeached on false charges I would be very much in disagreement with that. I just find it hard to believe that he would or even could be impeached on false charges.
The comments that follow are big, “Hell yeah! Count me in! I’m ready!!!”
The question is: If and when President Trump is brought for impeachment how will these people be determining whether the charges are false or legitimate?
Who didn’t already know that our Republic is a farce and that democracy is dead? Capitialism, lobbyists, and crooked politicians have ensured that fact.
The best the I can tell from those who espouse this point of view, no amount of evidence would convince them that Donald Trump has done anything wrong. Even his admission of such isn’t enough.
I believe he was right when he said he could shoot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue and he wouldn’t lose his supporters. They’re die-hards who will not budge.
These same supporters seem to be offended at the suggestion that they are uneducated, racist, or misogynist. Yet they post ignorant, racist, objectifying memes and expect to be taken at their word that they aren’t the very things that they find agreement with.
I’m very thankful that these die-hards seem to be in the minority but they are quite loud.
I haven’t said much about our political climate here in the States because I, quite frankly, haven’t quite known what to think of all this, between the news media and the crazy train running through the White House.
The haze is lifting and I have some very distinct opinions but I don’t think the Republican nor the Democratic parties would be particularly thrilled with them.