Note that the entire (current) Democrat policy platform is simply: “hate Trump because love trumps hate.”
To Trump’s credit, he’s never come out and said, “if you don’t vote for me, you hate America.”
It’s bewildering to those of us who are constantly interacting with a wide range of sources and material, to see and hear people accuse Trump of being dictatorial when it’s those on the Left actually saying “if you vote for Trump, you hate America.”
Which, in Biden/Harris intersectional speak, means, “if you don’t vote for Biden/Harris, you ain’t American!”
It’s a risky gamble for current Democrats to rest on deception, and evasion, as a sure-fire way to take political ground from political opponents by falsely claiming those opponents are doing exactly the same thing that Democrat policies and rhetoric is doing. Such as dividing Americans.
Look at the recent debate.
Joe Biden accused Donald Trump of being a xenophobe and racist; of taking Joe’s words about fracking “out of context”, then Joe rips the context out of Trump’s relationship-building attempts with North Korea, Russia, Mexico (through the USMCA deal), and America’s black community, just to orchestrate a false image of Trump. Which Biden then attempted to use as a way of discrediting the President by slapping on him terms from the Left’s usual go-to of derogatory slurs, such as racist, and xenophobe.
Notice Biden’s doubletalk.
He made the claim that Americans were all gonna die of C0VID-19 if they didn’t vote for him. Then, with his closing remarks, said: “we’re going to choose hope over fear.”
Biden also acknowledged that the U.S provides 25% of the global economy, but that that economy essentially needs to be shut down in order to protect against C0VID-19.
Another example: while advocating a fair go for small businesses, contradicted what he’d said earlier about those same small businesses having to implement costly C0VID-19 protection gear, such as plexiglass.
Then Biden used an attack on Trump’s personal income taxes to dodge answering questions about the scandal involving his son, Hunter Biden.
The shots were a low blow. Trump’s businesses generate tax revenue, while Biden’s wealth, as a career politician, is built on that same revenue.
The character of each political camp can be identified by how the majority of one group is praying for their nation and candidates. While the other group is paying through their noses in order to not only see their candidate win but to shelter him from all just criticism.
The 2020 election is about a citizen President going in to bat against a career politician. (If we’re thorough, we’d need to also add the plural, politicians, and include activists in that mix).
Trump is flawed, but he’s no fascist.
Many on the Left, and the majority of Democrats on the other hand, exhibit the very same tendencies they claim to see in Donald Trump.
As Stephen Chavura aptly put it:
“Re Trump = fascist. Historically fascists take advantage of riots or street violence to declare states of emergency. They use riots to justify aggrandising their power. Trump didn’t do this at all during the riots. Nor did he use a C0VID state of emergency to aggrandise his powers. Such accusations are mere projection. Over the last two years, it’s not been conservatives who appealed to states of emergency to justify expanding the state’s powers, but the left appealing to ‘climate emergency’ and Dan with his C0VID ’emergency’ in Victoria. Trump ain’t no authoritarian or fascist.”