I have often said that the saving grace for Republicans is that Democrats never fail to overplay their hand. They can’t help it, it’s in their blood. They get something akin to a carnal thrill out of seeing their enemies upset, even if they know it’s temporary.
The Dems’ addiction to this kind of false high is so strong that it overrides what their intellect tells them is in their own long-term best interest. When they make a wild accusation that they know will be exposed, it’s worth it to them just for the momentary gratification of making their enemies apoplectic. No matter how many times they are proven wrong, they’re never embarrassed and they never apologize. After all, why would an ultra-virtuous person have any reason to apologize?
The nonstop dishonest allegations from the left are no longer a tool Democrats employ now and then. Telling an occasional lie has been a thing of the past since Barack Obama first appeared on the scene. Today, lying is a way of life for Democrats, the fuel that relentlessly drives them toward their goal of establishing a one-party totalitarianism system.
With their control of all levers of government power, and with the complicity of the corrupt media, academia, and even most of corporate America, Democrats are in a unique position to create their own reality. They know they don’t have to worry about negative consequences, because that same corrupt media, along with the Department of Justice, the courts, and even some Republicans, are on their side.
Whether it’s Hakeem Jeffries saying, “Extreme MAGA Republicans don’t want the children of America to learn about the Holocaust” … or Joe Biden, when confronted with proof that millions of dollars have flowed from Chinese companies to a number of Biden family members, saying, with a senile grimace on his face, “It’s not true” … or Alejandro Mayorkas insisting that “the border is secure” as millions of illegal aliens continue to enter the United States in violation of federal law … Democrats engage in nonstop lying with impunity.
It doesn’t matter to them that the whole world knows they were lying for more than two years about the Russia-collusion hoax. It doesn’t matter to them that millions of rational people knew that the two Trump impeachments were not based on hard evidence. And it certainly doesn’t matter to them that everyone — including every Democrat — knows that the Trump indictment in New York over a misdemeanor is a desecration of the rule of law. The important thing to Democrats nationwide is that they are able to experience the temporary thrill of believing they are humiliating their number-one enemy, Donald J. Trump.
Even when it becomes clear to them that the Trump indictment is going down in flames, look for Democrats to stay on offense and continue to push the envelope. That’s their M.O., and, let’s be honest, they’re experts at it. What matters most to them is that they not only have caused Donald Trump to spend a lot of time and money fighting the indictment, they also have brought a lot of grief to millions of Trump supporters. With Democrats, it’s never about right and wrong; it’s always about momentary pleasure.
As embarrassing as this sideshow is for the United States, I think there’s an excellent chance that it will ultimately produce more good than bad. First and foremost, it will cause a lot of naïve people to finally wake up and realize that the United States now has a legal system that is rotten to the core. It needs a complete overhaul, which can only commence if Republicans win control of the House, the Senate, and the White House in 2024.
But even if Republicans do manage to gain full control of the levers of power, they still have to demonstrate they are prepared to ruthlessly clean house and go after the bad actors who have been corrupting all phases of the government for years, and it should start with Joe Biden, Merrick Garland, and Alejandro Mayorkas. An attorney general like Kash Patel would have a field day prosecuting the plethora of federal crimes they have committed.
All this reminds me of the opening words in a famous Bee Gees song: “I started a joke which started the whole world crying.” The Trump indictment is a joke — a bad joke — and America is crying. This particular joke may have to go all the way to the Supreme Court to be exposed, but in the end, Democrats may be mouthing the second line of that same Bee Gees song: “But I didn’t see that the joke was on me.”