After the Trump Victory

Let me preface my remarks by saying that I am profoundly skeptical of President-elect Trump.  While I certainly think he’ll make a far better President than Hillary would have, he’s still no conservative, and particularly not the kind of constitutional conservative that I would have preferred.  Having said that, he did run a masterful campaign, showing the leftists in the media that they don’t influence the message as much as they think they do, and that leftists have completely misread the will of Americans across the country.  To steal Obama’s favorite phrase, “that’s not who we are.”

But now we must look to the future.  I see some “moderate” Republicans (aka RINOs) who think that we now need to “unify” with the democrats.  To “come together” to “get things done”.  I reject that notion in its entirety.  This was the same mistake that we made in 1992 and before that in the Reagan era.  We mustn’t do it again.

In the dulcet tones of King Barack I after his immaculation, “we won.”  It’s time to show the leftists exactly what havoc they have wrought, salt the fields and plow them under, and drink deeply of their tears and blood.

By which I mean we must politically show them no mercy whatsoever.  We must be uncompromising in our use of the so-called “nuclear option” wielded so fiercely by “Dingy” Harry Reid.  We must use the full force of the IRS to openly target leftist groups, just as they targeted conservative groups.  We must openly use the Department of Justice to selectively prosecute leftists who have broken the law many times over–especially including Hillary herself.  And most of all, we should use every legal power at our disposal to ensure that leftists in the judiciary are removed and replaced.

Not only would we be just in doing so, but we would be sending the message that nobody is above the law–and most especially not the leadership of the left.

Figuratively speaking, I call for a blood-letting of the highest order.  From George Soros, Tom Steyer, John Koskinin, Eric Holder, and Loretta Lynch, Hillary Clinton, to President Obama himself, they should spend the rest of their political lives looking over their shoulders–for the next lawsuit, the next prosecution, whatever.

Now I am not suggesting that we break any laws in doing this.  Even if I thought that were appropriate–and I do not–it’s unnecessary.  There are plenty of laws on the books, and these leftist dolts have broken many of them.  They should be punished to the fullest extent of the law for those crimes.   And as for those things, like the “nuclear option,” that are not explicitly in the law, we can–as they did–do anything we like.

On a policy level, we need to precede construction with some demolition: We must undo every ideological act of the last 8 or 10 years, from Obamacare, to bathroom laws, to infringements on practically the entire Bill of Rights.  Then we need to rebuild solid legal foundations for our federalist system, capitalist economic model, and republican system of justice.

The simple fact is that the leftists realize better than we do that we are in an ideological war of domination.  They took their best shot and lost.  Now it’s our turn.  Let’s fight, and let’s fight to win.  We should accept nothing less than their unconditional surrender.


Parenthetically, can anyone explain to me why BLM didn’t go after Loretta Lynch, given her racist surname?


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