As you’re probably aware, Loring Wirbel, co-chairman of the Colorado Springs American Civil Liberties Union, was forced to resign this week after posting this little love note on his Facebook account:
“The thing is, we have to really reach out to those who might consider voting for Trump and say, ‘This is Goebbels. This is the final solution. If you are voting for him I will have to shoot you before election day.’ They’re not going to listen to reason, so when justice is gone, there’s always force, as Laurie would say.”
Don’t be fooled by the ACLU’s quick move to bolster its public image by “accepting Wirbel’s resignation.” Trust me, its members believe in the motto “by any means necessary” just as much as all other left wingers.
The average person has no idea that both violence and lying are not only acceptable to the radical left, but considered essential tools of “persuasion.” When our beloved leader famously said, “We’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends,” it was a pretty transparent statement.
This kind of thinking is in the bloodstream of the far left, going all the way back to Marx himself. Later, Lenin .. then Stalin … then Khrushchev … and so on … made it clear that their ends justified any means necessary.
This is where people who believe in a civilized code of conduct have an enormous disadvantage, and it’s precisely why, after a hundred years of trying, Marxists have all but taken complete control of the American political system and fundamentally changed what the country stands for.
Mealy mouthed, highly polished gentlemen like Mitt Romney, Gerald Ford, the Bushes, and John McCain (No, he’s not a hero just because he got captured in Viet Nam.) are simply no match for progressive thugs who recognize no rules of engagement.
Islamic killers are not the biggest threat to America. They’re really just a distraction that can easily be exterminated by a commander-in-chief who chooses to do so.
The real threat is the same as it’s been since Teddy Roosevelt founded the Progressive Party back in 1912: Marxism. Of course, most Marxists are practical enough to use terms like “progressive” and “liberal” so as not to alarm low-information voters.
But don’t allow yourself to be taken in by labels. You know what they say about something that walks like a duck and talks like a duck.