Is this America’s Reichstag Moment?
January 6, 2021, will live in infamy, a day of massive protest, pent-up anger, raw emotions, overwhelming frustration and deep sadness.
On January 7, 2021, at precisely 3:46 a.m., as Congress voted to certify the Biden presidency, the Republican Party died. It had just signed off on the biggest electoral heist in human history.
All that remains now is the burial. Like any funeral, it brings sadness. We will mourn its loss and move on to bigger and better things.
What we thought was authentic conservatism turned out to be a mirage. The truth is, this brand of conservatism was never real. But sometimes it takes a crisis to point out the obvious.
America will finally put all pretense aside and go for full-on socialism/Marxism under one-party rule. This will last for the foreseeable future, but the movement of America-first and freedom will never die.
I knew the Republican Party was, like the Democrat Party, built on Wall Street interests and techno-fascist state-sponsored capitalism, not free-market capitalism, but I thought we had a few more good guys in the GOP than actually turned out to be the case. The list of Republican betrayers is too long to name here, and includes some surprising names like Senators Rand Paul and Marsha Blackburn.
Let’s not forget that fly which landed on Mike Pence’s head during the vice presidential debate. We might have missed the spiritual symbolism at the time, but looking back it should have been obvious. This man’s head, his brain, was already occupied by the enemy.
One angle to this story you will not read about in the bought-and-paid-for establishment media, is that Jan. 6 was also a day in which the leftist-globalist coup makers had their Reichstag moment. It was meant to confuse and demoralize the majority of Americans who still held out hope that Donald Trump might serve a second term. They did it by pinning on their opponents the blame for all of the chaos and “attacks on our democracy” that they themselves have fomented for the last four years with their endless and baseless attacks on Trump’s presidency.
They did it with the help of CNN, NBC, ABC, CBS and NPR.
They did it with the help of glitzy Hollywood stars.
They did it with humorless late-night talk show hosts.
They did it with sports personalities who bounce and throw balls for a living.
They did it with their slick corporate CEOs.
They did it with Big Tech billionaires.
They did it with school teachers and college professors.
They did it with corrupt judges.
But they still needed the Reichstag moment.
For those of you unfamiliar with the burning of the Reichstag, it happened in 1933, and the parallel to Washington D.C. is striking.