I've been working really hard to stay away from political news, but this is too much. I get that he's just trying to appease the radical Leftists in his voting base before a midterm election period in which his party will probably suffer historic losses-- but the danger of catering to these people is that the rhetoric can turn into action on a dime. To compound the speech and last week's interview, you have this first-rate whackjob doubling down.
The Saul Alinsky is so strong with this stuff that it almost hurts my brain: accuse the other side of exactly what you're doing, from election theft to radical Democracy-destroying agendas to shoving fringe minority opinions on everyone in the form of policy.
Never forget the Steele Dossier, the Mueller investigation, the fish thing in Japan, the constant video and image editing by CNN and others, the Maricopa County audit and audits elsewhere, which party wants to eliminate the filibuster and pack the Supreme Court, Trump getting spied on while he was President, January 6th peaceful protesters getting thrown into prison and beaten with no charges pressed, the Fentanyl Floyd riots being encouraged, all of the lies regarding Russia and the Ukrainian war, and on and on and on.
On top of it they have single-handedly devastated the American economy by backdooring the "Green New Deal", which was so extreme and unpopular it could hardly garner a vote in Congress. And if that's not enough, they are all-consumed with sexually grooming small kids and chopping off their genitals.
We're dealing with black-hearted Atheistic Jewish Communist billionaires pulling the strings on the second-echelon-- like Creepy Joe-- followed by their nearly endless army of well-meaning but naive and unthinking brainwashed college grads, running HR departments in large corporations, putting "pronouns" in their email signatures, one hundred percent not even remotely understanding the big picture, or even understanding that there is one.
We just need to hang in there. I hope these establishment hacks-- and there are a lot of Republicans among their ranks-- can get the Liz Cheney treatment, and lose their positions in the State-proper. There is a massive rising tide of people, like this lady in Minnesota I really like named Michelle Fishbach, who appear to represent what we need: a pendulum shift back towards the family, decentralization, and Christian values.