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Buckle Up, Democrats: The Left's Demoralizing
Attacks on Conservatives May Reap the Whirlwind

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Posted By: Dreadnought, 7/10/2021 12:39:03 AM

I have firmly and consistently condemned the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot from day one and I find the event extremely disturbing. However, I cannot help but notice that the Left’s response to the Capitol riot, the outrage over Marxist critical race theory in schools, the concerns about election integrity, and many other issues is only likely to exacerbate the tensions that inspired some Trump supporters to act like antifa and launch a violent attack against the very constitutional system they claim to defend. In a lengthy and revealing Twitter thread, Darryl Cooper, host of The MartyrMade Podcast, recounted his understanding of the “Boomer-tier


The article contains a link to the viral 35 level twitter thread.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: stablemoney 7/10/2021 1:18:30 AM (No. 841013)
People meekly put on their masks. There is no whirlwind. Even people supposedly on your side, you find out have voted with the other side. No matter how outrageous, you would think an honest person would speak up. Almost none have. Where is the whirlwind? I hope it comes soon.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Strike3 7/10/2021 2:04:45 AM (No. 841047)
Republicans lost their ability to attract conservative voters with their extreme cowardice and their failure to support Donald Trump since the 2016 election even though he accomplished more good than any president in history. January 6th was nothing but a democrat lie meant to serve as another impeachment vehicle against the real president and the colluding media and much of the public bought it. Without republican support of the leader of their own party, there is nothing we can do to retake the government that will be considered legal. The current government is an illegal horror show and is about to collapse under its own stupidity. We will not make things right through the election process, that method is gone.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Miceal 7/10/2021 2:15:58 AM (No. 841052)
What riot is this person talking about on 6 January?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: RuckusTom 7/10/2021 3:14:33 AM (No. 841072)
They've got 1000s of mail in ballots streaming across the border. They've got nothing to worry about.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: beancounter 7/10/2021 4:18:13 AM (No. 841090)
We’ve been waiting several years for Democrats to condemn political violence. Why should we be so quick to condemn it?
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Reply 6 - Posted by: LadyChurchillUSA 7/10/2021 6:05:17 AM (No. 841118)
Stop referring to this protest as a riot. It was not a riot, it was trespass at best. No guns, no fire, nothing to define the term riot. It certainly was not an insurrection, a broken window is hardly proof of anything when the guards then open the doors and welcome the crowd into the building. Stop playing the left vocabulary game.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Johnnie Barleykorn 7/10/2021 7:47:25 AM (No. 841165)
Any "journalist" who begins his article with, "I have firmly and consistently condemned the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot from day one," is just another media buffoon who needs to google "false flag attack." How can any media expect to be considered credible when they ignore violent reckless burning and looting, and even murder, (e.g. retired Police Captain David Dorn, who the media seems to have conveniently forgotten about) by ANTIFA and BLM while acting like January 6th was some kind a violent insurrection? There's a ton of evidence, including video, confirming that it was staged. And there are many strange things about Ashli Babbitt's shooting, like why was the identity of the shooter masked for so long? And was this level of force appropriate for an unarmed female "protestor? Shooting her dead with a .45? Also, the video of the shooting raises a lot of questions. An honest journalist would strive to uncover the real story about what happened on January 6th, but that would require objectivity, earnestness, and hard work, things our media is incapable of, including Tyler O´Neil, who was clearly educated in one of our Marxist universities. And remember, many cowardly Rino republicans (who are likely compromised) used this "insurrection" as a reason not to contest the election, which makes no sense. It has nothing to do with the massive fraud and criminal acts that were perpetrated on November 3, 2020.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bpl40 7/10/2021 7:49:13 AM (No. 841167)
From now on the words "Capitol Riot" are going to be a litmus test. Like 'legitimate rights of the Palestinian people'. Use it and we know the rest.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Lawsy0 7/10/2021 7:59:46 AM (No. 841175)
Where is the whirlwind? The kraken still has it in a lock box.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: judy 7/10/2021 8:11:54 AM (No. 841183)
I suggest PJ Media go work for CNN...
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Reply 11 - Posted by: bad-hair 7/10/2021 8:14:44 AM (No. 841185)
I'm not entirely sure but I think the Kracken stole the whirlwind.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: red1066 7/10/2021 8:44:43 AM (No. 841206)
People were acting like Antifa because they belonged to Antifa. The first people arrested were all Antifa people. The people starting the destruction were Antifa people, which is why they were the first arrested. It's not a riot when the police open the doors and let people in. It's not a insurrection when no one was armed, and no police officer was injured from being attacked. I suggest if people want to write about Sept.6th, then take a little time and read what we know is true, and not just take the leftist view as gospel.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Strike3 7/10/2021 8:46:56 AM (No. 841207)
Let's make one thing clear, we are not demoralized, we are getting angrier by the day and ammo is getting more plentiful.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: udanja99 7/10/2021 8:50:29 AM (No. 841210)
The entire into posted above is a lie, so why bother to read further? No, Trump supporters didn’t act like Antifa. Antifa (and perhaps FBI agents) acted like Antifa. And there was no violent attack of any kind.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Zigrid 7/10/2021 8:53:15 AM (No. 841213)
I firmly believe that the lefties were hoping for a massive riot by conservatives last year when the riots and looting happened across the country in democrat run cities...that was their opportunity to call out the military to "control" Americans... the problem with their thinking was and is... WE conservatives are law abiding citizens who follow rules WE will vote these fools out of office and MAGA...
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Bluefindad 7/10/2021 9:11:24 AM (No. 841233)
Really good review of the events that caused Americans to become angry. However, the author's leading disclaimer "I have firmly and consistently condemned the January 6, 2021," undermines his argument, which is to present arguments justifying the behavior of a small number of people at the Capitol. Nearly all politicians and authors have used the same disclaimer technique, shielding themselves from the retribution of the cancel culture and the U.S. Stasi. The left, on the other hand, amplifies the January 6th event as an 'armed insurrection' - which is absurd. If it was an armed insurrection, it was the most feckless insurrection in history! Who stops to take a selfie in an insurrection? Nevertheless, they are using the power of the state to enforce their claim. Another lie. A brazen, in-your-face lie.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: J. Arthur Brown 7/10/2021 9:14:30 AM (No. 841238)
The author is speaking for himself. Who is "demoralized?"
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Reply 18 - Posted by: JackBurton 7/10/2021 9:16:17 AM (No. 841243)
The contents of the referred-to twitter thread have been posted, in its entirety, in an American Thinker article "A brilliant Twitter thread perfectly explains what drives today’s conservatives" without all the drivel of this buffoon. Save yourself some time and go there. It's on Lucianne.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Trapper 7/10/2021 9:17:26 AM (No. 841245)
FTA: "inspired some Trump supporters to act like antifa and launch a violent attack against the very constitutional system they claim to defend." But it WASN'T Trump supporters who launched a "violent attack." If you watch the video again, the first ones to enter the Capitol building, the ones who bashed in the outside window and then crawled through it, were all dressed in black bloc. Those weren't Trump supporters. Anyone who watched the riots last summer knows who they were. And as I type this a full 6 months later, not a single one of that vanguard has been identified or arrested. Not one. Now what do we make of that? Furthermore, who shot the unarmed Ashli Babbitt? And what do we make of that silence? Trump won. And he won in a MASSIVE landslide. It's not just his winning that is being suppressed, but also that landslide victory, the clear repudiation of the policies of those who pulled off the fraud. They rule against the will of the citizenry. They live with that knowledge every day, as well as the knowledge that it is only a matter of time (18 months) before we vote them out of power so we can fix the hash they have made of everything.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: little guy 7/10/2021 9:19:43 AM (No. 841248)
I'm surprised this is a "must read". The opening premise is totally off and the conclusions are weak and contradictory. If only the Capitol "rioters" were treated the same as Antifa and BLM! They'd all have been out on bail by now for their misdemeanors instead of almost 6 months of solitary confinement. And most would have been fined and sent home. Despite all the carnage in Portland ... and yes, the many deaths, less than 40 people have been actually charged with anything serious. As opposed to January 6th where upwards of 600 men and women are now in deep doo-doo. No ... the picture that has come into sharp focus is so big now ... with so many moving parts ... that many of us are deeply troubled about the continued existence of this beloved country. As Lincoln said: "A house divided against itself cannot stand." I believe the 2022 elections will be the dam breaking. If we do not see a change in the House and the Senate and then we see that they have again stolen elections that will be it. Many will snap. It won't end pretty.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: bigfatslob 7/10/2021 9:22:43 AM (No. 841251)
When I read articles that call Joe Biden president elect or 46th president now 'Capital riot' I stop reading it's words coming out about some nonsense. This is one article I stopped reading. Whirlwind and bombshell are useless words too.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: msjena 7/10/2021 9:27:46 AM (No. 841259)
It's a good article that basically recaps what was said in the Twitter thread. The author is trying to project some objectivity by condemning the Great Trespass of Jan. 6. That shouldn't diminish the importance of what he is saying about the utter corruption of the Democrats and the press.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: KayJayMac 7/10/2021 10:35:58 AM (No. 841329)
One has to care what they think to be demoralized. We haven’t yet and won’t comply with their moron edicts. MAGA and God Bless America!
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Reply 24 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 7/10/2021 11:03:13 AM (No. 841353)
“Buckle up”? That phrase turns me off It’s why I refuse to view Hannity the “Know it all” anymore! Stop saying that inane phrase!
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Skinnydip 7/10/2021 11:18:31 AM (No. 841367)
Bumper sticker: What riot?
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Reply 26 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 7/10/2021 12:42:45 PM (No. 841432)
It makes it sound like the left is somehow separate from Democrats, they are one and the same. The (anti)Democrat Party is the radical left.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: FormerDem 7/10/2021 1:54:07 PM (No. 841493)
Totally agree w author that left is trying to provoke an atrocity so they can clamp down more, ala Who Killed Kirov. It appears to me the left is totally stuck in the lessons it so called learned in the twentieth century - Kirov and other things. One day it will be more clear that they simply are not agile. They have these ideas clear and they use them over ad over But what they cannot take into account due to their determined victimhood, is how the landscape changes once we reasonably see them as oppressors. It's a blind spot for them.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: dolphin 7/10/2021 2:11:54 PM (No. 841506)
January 6 was a set up. Why is everybody still in jail? Why in solitary confinement? Because some of them really aren't in jail because they were hired provocateurs. This way nobody can talk. That's proof enough of the coverup for me. If the left hadn't already confiscated the word "woke," I would call myself that.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Luke21 7/10/2021 3:12:17 PM (No. 841542)
This is real trash.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: NamVet70 7/10/2021 4:46:09 PM (No. 841568)
I really resent the sanctimonious "I condemn the Jan 6 riot but" attitude. We have seen lots of riots, with BLM and ANTIFA destroying stores, seizing a police station, burning and looting. The Jan 6 event at the capitol was a leftist agitprop operation. The crowd of Trump supporters were infiltrated by leftist agitators in collaboration with the Democrats. The capitol police actually invited the crowd into the building, there is video of them directing people in as for a tour of the building. This is more propaganda to paint all objection to the stolen election as crazy conspiracy theory.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Red Ghost 7/10/2021 6:18:35 PM (No. 841615)
It is unfortunate this clown hijacked Daryl Cooper's tweet. I'm not sure if this is kosher on lucianne, but Red State has Tucker Carlson reading most of Cooper's original tweet. It is BRILLIANT. It summarizes the corruption of the Democrats, big state, media, big tech and sums up brilliantly how these people loathe Trump and us and how they will, by any means necessary, nullify our voting rights as the did in 2020. What the Democrats, big state, big tech, and the media have done with their January 6 lies, (which was a bunch of people in Halloween costumes taking selfies) was the impeachment of every single Trump supporter. If they could, this corrupt bunch would incarcerate every single Trump supporter. Instead, they are have impeached us along with our beloved President Donald J. Trump.
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Reply 32 - Posted by: rememberwhen 7/10/2021 6:39:49 PM (No. 841635)
Article seems to completely ignore all actual evidence that the election was stolen. E.g, 18 of 19 Bellweather counties went for Trump. The coordinated cessation of counting in the crucial states followed by huge dumps of Biden ballots counted in an impossible time period, etc., etc. Plus, the fact that any actual violent acts on 1/6 were likely performed by government informants and/or Antifa agitators. This guy will likely be a stoen election denier even after forensic audits proving the level of fraud commited to put The Usurper over the top.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: garyhope 7/11/2021 7:15:11 PM (No. 842680)
"The Capitol Riot" was solely planned, contrived and implemented by the Dim-O-Craps to embarrass the Republicans and patriotic Americans. Why are some of those "rioters" still in jail and incommunicado? Who killed Ashli Babbitt and why? Is he the first police officer to shoot an American citizen and have their name shielded and unreleased and not cause riots? Imagine if Ms. Babbitt had been "African-American". Imagine the "protests" (rioting, looting, arson, destruction etc, etc., etc.) Massive, long running. Hyper costly.
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Posted by RockyTCB 10/10/2022 6:56:30 AM Post Reply
Concerns over President Joe Biden’s recent very public displays of possibly age-related mental impairments have jumped among voters since mid-summer, the latest I&I/TIPP Poll shows. And these worries aren’t partisan, with a majority of all political groups, including Democrats, now expressing concern. In early August, we asked Americans: “Some people are concerned about President Biden’s mental health. How concerned are you about President Biden’s mental health?” At the time, a number of public displays of unsteadiness, confusion, and verbal gaffes seen in the media suggested to many that the nation’s commander-in-chief’s mental acuity was questionable.
Stacey Abrams Struggles With Black Male
Voters in Georgia While Wielding National Clout
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Posted by NorthernDog 10/11/2022 11:46:27 AM Post Reply
With the November election just weeks away, Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams is dealing with an unusual political problem. She has become a star on the national political stage. But in her own state -- where she has proved in recent presidential and Senate contests that she can get out the vote for Democratic candidates -- she is struggling to gain momentum for her rematch with Republican Governor Brian Kemp. One problem is tepid enthusiasm among a key segment of the Democratic base: Black men. One-third of Black men registered in Georgia haven’t voted in the past several elections, with pollsters
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