President Trump's Rally Speech Promotes Incivility and Violence
For nearly two years, Democrats have been on a non-stop rant complaining about President Trump's "incivility" and his promotion of "violence." As a Trump supporter, I was dubious. Until I saw this Trump Rally Speech.
Democrats, in a continual rage against President Trump, have repeatedly claimed he is responsible for the violence and incivility that has become rampant across our nation.
As a Trump supporter, I thought this claim dubious. However, I must admit, there may be something to the complaint after I saw this example of how President Trump's rally speech is encouraging incivility and violence in our nation.
Here is the Trump rally speech I found:
The Democratic Party is an ideological party driven by a lust for power. You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what we stand for. I would love to see us return to civility. Listening to one another, working out our differences. That is not the Democratic party that exists today. If we keep the House and add to our majority in the Senate, we’ll reduce Democrat’s power and civility can return.
Let me make the point that the Democrat resistance is a manifestation of a larger issue in this country. The resistance is emblematic of it. The loss of what I'll call the beacon of truth, where now it's fashionable for the Democrat resistance to have alternative facts, has led to their assaults on our institutions and our values.
When the full extent of the Democrats’ resistance, its venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, it will take its rightful place in the dustbin of history as a disgraced demagogic movement.
We can no longer tolerate the hate-filled, vile and racist language of the Democrat resistance. So when they go low, we kick them. That’s what Making America Great Again is about.
I have no sympathy for these people who are in this Democrat resistance and who know it’s wrong for what they’re doing on so many fronts. They tend to not want to confront their own violence or even quit their resistance, but they know what they’re doing is wrong. I want to tell you, these members of this Democrat resistance who continue their obstruction and violence, they won’t be able to go to a restaurant, they won’t be able to stop at a gas station, they’re not going to be able to shop at a department store. The people are going to turn on them.
Oh, terribly sorry, that isn’t a Trump rally speech at all.
It’s really a speech derived from the steady stream of Democrat invective aimed squarely at President Trump and Republicans throughout 2018!
For the first time in United States history, a major political party, the Democrat Party, nearly two years after their bitter loss of a presidential election, still cannot muster the maturity to accept that their candidate was rejected by the American people and move on.
The gist of every statement in the “Trump rally speech” above is taken from anti-Trump/anti-GOP diatribes spewed by disgruntled Democrats in 2018:
“Well, certainly, I would love to see us return to civility. Listening to one another, working out our differences. That is not the Republican party that exists today.” — October 9, 2018, Hillary Rodham Clinton
“You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, I believe if we are fortunate enough to take back the House and or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again.” The Republican Party is an “ideological party driven by a lust for power” — October 9, 2018, Hillary Rodham Clinton
“First, let me make the point that Donald Trump is a manifestation of a larger issue in this country. He is just emblematic of it. I think the loss of what I'll call the beacon of truth – where now it's fashionable to have alternative facts … this has led to his assaults on our institutions and our values.” — June 2, 2018, James Clapper on Trump
"When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will take your rightful place as a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history” — March 17, 2018 John Brennan about Trump
"hate-filled, vile and racist" language — January 12, 2018, Sen. Dick Durbin on Trump
“When they go low, we kick them. That’s what this new Democratic Party is about.” — October 10, 2018, Eric Holder
“I have no sympathy for these people that are in this administration who know it’s wrong for what they’re doing on so many fronts. They tend to not want to confront this president or even leave, but they know what they’re doing is wrong. I want to tell you, these members of his cabinet who remain and try to defend him, they won’t be able to go to a restaurant, they won’t be able to stop at a gas station, they’re not going to be able to shop at a department store. The people are going to turn on them.” — June 24, 2018, Rep. Maxine Waters
So, just who is really instigating incivility and violence?
Before you vote in the mid-term election, bear this in mind:
Republicans want to govern.
Democrats want to rule.
Think about which party you want representing you.
Bob Webster, a 12th-generation descendent of both the Darte family (Connecticut, 1630s) and the Webster family (Massachusetts, 1630s) is a descendant of Daniel Webster's father, Revolutionary War patriot Ebenezer Webster, who served with General Washington. Bob has always had a strong interest in early American history, our Constitution, U.S. politics, and law. Politically he is a constitutional republican with objectivist and libertarian roots. He has faith in the ultimate triumph of truth and reason over deception and emotion. He is a strong believer in our Constitution as written and views the abandonment of constitutional restraint by the regressive Progressive movement as a great danger to our Republic. His favorite novel is Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand and believes it should be required reading for all high school students so they can appreciate the cost of tolerating the growth of unconstitutional crushingly powerful central government. He strongly believes, as our Constitution enshrines, that the interests of the individual should be held superior to the interests of the state.
A lifelong interest in meteorology and climatology spurred his strong interest in science. Bob earned his degree in Mathematics at Virginia Tech, graduating in 1964.