"Some People Did Something"Public Policy

Some People did Something

Some People Did Something | Victor Takacs

The President of the United States has been criticized as of late for a tweet he sent out that blends video footage of the 9/11 Terror Attacks and Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) recent speech at a CAIR event. Trump’s critics are reeling from the tweet, calling it an incitement of violence. An incitement of violence?

By the way, what in the hell does “Some people did something” mean in this context? This isn’t “some people doing something.” This is lucifer incarnate committing cold blooded murder on nearly 3,000 innocent Americans. In a short eighteen years some people in this nation have forgotten the gut wrenching pain of watching the sheer carnage of such heinous acts as they unfolded on that fateful day.

It’s hard to follow the logic here. So people can call Trump a racist, a white supremacist, Hitler, Stalin, a Nazi, etc., but it’s his rhetoric that incites violence? Should America’s teachers not teach students about the violence of 9/11 or of the American slave system that was perpetrated by the democrat party? How about the violence of democrats like George Wallace, Eugene “Bull” Connor, and the Montgomery and Birmingham Police Departments who enforced Jim Crow laws in their respective jurisdictions.

This is not the first time the president has been criticized for supposedly inciting violence.

Until his dying day, longtime Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy was praised by his liberal friends in the US Senate. What about the violence inflicted upon Mary Jo Kopechne at Chappaquiddick when the senator crashed into a ravine, Kopechne died underwater, and he did not report the incident to the authorities until approximately ten hours later? Any person with a pulse would logically surmise that Kennedy was arrested, tried, and sentenced by a jury of his peers. On the contrary, the senator received a two month sentence that was later rescinded by a judge and remained in the US Senate until his death in 2009

The legacy of violence belongs to the democrat party. Representative Omar and the modern day liberals are just the latest in a long line of bigots who are not circumspect of their own party and its close relationship with violence. They’d rather stymie the free speech of conservatives who call them out for exactly who they are. Take for instance this tweet that exposes the incendiary nature of the opinions of certain employees over at CBS.

And so we leave you with one final question: Have you seen anything in the media about any of the aforementioned?

3 replies »

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.