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Left wing media elite try to frame military and GOP as violent radicals

We were promised a more unified country when Joe Biden took office, but there has been a growing trend among those in the left-wing media to denounce the GOP and conservatives, comparing them with the Nazis, the Taliban and the most radical elements that plague our world.

As Afghanistan descended into crisis this month, the GOP rightly denounced the lack of foresight by the administration. And this criticism was met with the ultimate progressive turnabout cop-out.

To paraphrase: “But, but, what about the GOP acting like the Taliban?” asked comedian Dean Obeidallah writing at the progressive 24-hour comedy club, MSNBC.

Obeidallah’s comments were a follow-on from comments made by that equally unfunny, Hollywood funny woman, Rossana Arquette.


Since January the elite progressives who control the infrastructure of the Democrats–big companies, academia, Hollywood and the social and anti-social media—have been trying to link ordinary, everyday Americans– and the GOP– with violent extremism.

In addition to the wholly fallacious conspiracy theory [2] that the riots on January 6th was an attempt to overthrow the government of the United States, the elites have been trying to create fear amongst us that our neighbors—and our military– are terrorists.

The Chief of Staff, General Mark Milley, without any evidence, said that the events of January 6th were somehow tied to “white rage.” [3]

This week, even as the U.S military came under attack in Afghanistan, with 10 Marines, 2 soldiers and 1 sailor killed, marking the most deadly attack [4] on US forces in a decade,  VICE ran a poorly reported investigative story titled: “Why Are So Many Marines Neo-Nazis [5]?”

“Over the past four years, at least seven former Marines have openly avowed or been identified with neo-Nazism or the extreme right, with some allegedly involved in planned terrorist acts,” Vice claimed triumphantly in a call-out.

COVID vaccines, which everyone knows are perfectly safe, have a higher incidence of serious side effects than Nazis in the Marine Corps. There are  0.053 serious side effects per 1000 for COVID [6] vaccinations and 0.033 Nazis per Marine, as noted by VICE.

Despite the lack of evidence that extremism is a growing threat and not a diminishing threat, Milley, VICE, and the Democrats are pleading with people to spy on their neighbors.

“Do you have information about extremists or extremist groups? We would love to hear from you. You can reach Ben Makuch by contacting 267-713-XXX on Signal or @bXXXXXXX on the Wire app,” asks Vice.

With friends like these, who needs enemies like the Taliban?