On November 8, 2016, Progtards were poised to celebrate the Clinton Crime Family [CCF] takeover of America. Everybody was on board, well...almost everybody. The pollsters, pundits, and press card packing propagandists promised a CCF landslide, so the Progtard rabble started celebrating long before the votes were counted.
For a while, the results bolstered their optimism, then Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin, and Michigan slipped away. It all came down to Pennsylvania which slammed the door shut on the CCF era in the wee hours, after midnight.
This loss blind-sided them, so, clever mutants that they are, they re-wrote the 5 Stages of Grief which are: 1. Denial and isolation; 2. Anger; 3. Bargaining; 4. Depression; 5. Acceptance. Their version is much shorter: Denial, then unrelenting Anger. Anger? Yup and for them, getting over it isn't an option.
Their anger is focused on those CCF Era killjoys, the dastardly basket dwellers, The Deplorables.
The Deplorables? Yup, they're rank and file, flyover country Americans who were dubbed 'the silent majority' in bygone days. They throw their support behind those rare candidates who make a convincing case for taking on the D.C. establishment. When these Deplorables mobilize, it puts some muscle behind the 'We' in 'We the People'. A mobilized 'We the People' is the last thing the Progards want.
We the Deplorables understand that the Founding Fathers were, like us, flawed individuals. Despite their shortcomings as individuals, they were as a group, visionaries who created something noble, inspiring: a nation conceived in liberty. The Founding Fathers put We the People - Deplorables that we are - in charge.
The Progtards hate all of it and are determined to destroy this great nation by any means necessary. They denigrate the Founding Fathers, and their legacy, determined to expunge both from the annals of history.
They sought some low hanging fruit and found it in monuments commemorating a sad chapter in our nation's history: the Civil War. Spouting gibberish, the Progtards went to work.
Under cover of darkness, city workers removed a statue on Aug. 18 of former Supreme Court Justice Roger Taney that had been on the State House's front lawn for 145 years. Taney authored the Supreme Court's 1857 Dred Scott decision, which held that African-Americans could not be U.S. citizens.
The statues of four people with ties to the Confederacy – Robert E. Lee, Albert Sidney Johnson, John H. Reagan and former Texas Gov. James Stephen Hogg – were removed from pedestals on the University of Texas campus.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh told reporters she wanted to move "quickly and quietly" to take down four Confederate statues or monuments – statues of Lee and Thomas, J. "Stonewall" Jackson and monuments for Confederate Soldiers and Sailors and Confederate Women – from the city's public spaces.
Mantee County removed a Confederate soldiers memorial obelisk on Aug. 24.
Plaques honoring Lee were removed from an episcopal church's property on Aug. 16 and the governor called on the Army to remove the names of Lee and another Confederate general from the streets around a nearby fort.
A bronze statue of Robert E. Lee, formally called the Robert Edward Lee Sculpture, was removed Sept. 14 from Robert E. Lee Park, which was also named in honor of the Confederate general. The Dallas City Council voted 13-1 to remove the statue, which has stood in Lee Park for 81 years.
The park was dedicated to Lee by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1936 during a renaming ceremony of the park.
Daytona Beach, Fla.
Three Confederate monuments were removed from a city park.
A nearly-century old statue of a Confederate soldier was toppled not long after Charlottesville by protesters associated with the Workers World party.
A statute of Lee was removed from the entrance to Duke University Chapel on Aug. 19 not long after it had been defaced and is set to be preserved in some way to study the university's "complex past."
A monument to Lee was removed Aug. 17 by Franklin workers.
A chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy paid for the removal of a monument to Confederate soldiers known locally as "Old Joe" that stood in front a building in downtown Gainesville for 113 years. It was moved to a private cemetery outside the city.
On Aug. 18 removed a memorial to Confederate soldiers that had been in a public park since 1916. the granite fountain, which was dismantled, had been donated by the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Los Angeles, Calif.
A large stone monument commemorating Confederate veterans was taken down Aug. 16 from the Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
A statue of a Confederate soldier was removed from the University of Louisville campus.
A plaque honoring Confederate soldiers was removed Aug. 17 from a cemetery not long after residents and city leaders began calling for it to be taken down.
New Orleans, La.
The monuments removed were of Confederate General P.G.T. Beauregard, Davis and Lee.
New York, N.Y.
Busts of Lee and Jackson were removed overnight on Aug. 17 from the Hall of Fame for Great Americans at Bronx Community College.
In June, a Confederate statue known as "Johnny Reb" was moved by officials from Lake Eola Park to Greenwood Cemetery.
San Diego, Calif.
A plaque honoring [Jefferson] Davis was quietly removed Aug. 16 from a downtown park.
San Antonio, Texas
A Confederate statue was removed from Travis Park
St. Louis, Mo.
The Missouri Civil War Museum oversaw the removal in late June of a 32-foot granite and bronze monument from Forest Park, where it had stood for 103 years.
The stewards of the National Mall announced that the exhibit alongside the Thomas Jefferson Memorial will be updated to showcase his status as both one of the country's founders and a slaveholder.
New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker plans to introduce a bill to remove Confederate statues from the U.S. Capitol Building.
The National Cathedral voted Sept. 5 to take down two stained-glass windows of Confederate generals.
Aug. 18, Worthington removed a historic marker outside the former home of a Confederate general.
Statues and monuments are only the beginning, From sea to shining sea, schools, streets, parks, etc., named after rebel notables such as Lee, Davis, and Jackson, are being renamed.
Progtards aren't thrilled spitless with the Declaration of Independence. I suspect that it's this passage:
-We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--
In the Ivory Towers that litter the American landscape, alleged purveyors of knowledge are jettisoning the venerable Western Civilization body of knowledge because it is too WHITE. For similar reasons, science, mathematics, biology, even objective reality itself are being kicked to the curb. The ensuing chaos, the steaming mountain of horse shit, is a two-fold attack on Deplorables. First it undermines our culture, our science, by redefining our very existence as figments of our imagination. Second it turns our own children against us.
Leaving no stone unturned, the Progtards have transformed movies, television, music, et al into non-stop politically corrected propaganda which no longer entertains or informs. Our favorite avenue of escape - sports - is now a showcase for millionaire jocks masquerading as social justice warriors.
Seizing the moment, Progtards painted a bull's-eye on our national anthem:
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The California NAACP is pushing to get rid of the national anthem that they're calling racist and anti-black.
"This song is wrong; it shouldn't have been there, we didn't have it 'til 1931, so it won't kill us if it goes away," said the organization's president Alice Huffman.
Colin Kaepernick started the NFL protests, which quickly spread to bring attention to systemic racial injustice in the country. But Huffman says Kaepernick's message was lost when it turned into a debate about the flag.
"The message got distorted, the real intentions got overlooked, it became something that's dividing us, and I'm looking for something to bring us back together," she said.
Huffman adds that the protests did lead her to look at the lyrics of the "Star Spangled Banner" especially the parts of the anthem we don't typically sing.
"It's racist; it doesn't represent our community, it's anti-black," she said.
Huffman is referring to the third stanza which includes the lyric "no refuge could save the hireling and slave from the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave."
And where is that band who so vauntingly swore,
That the havoc of war and the battle's confusion
A home and a Country should leave us no more?
Their blood has wash'd out their foul footstep's pollution.
No refuge could save the hireling and slave
From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave,
And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave.
She says some interpretations conclude that the lyrics celebrate the deaths of black American slaves fighting for freedom, and the song should be replaced with something that supports all of our values.
"That's an extreme way of doing things," said Kenneth Lu, a veteran living in Davis.
Our old nemesis political correctness is a driving force behind this frontal assault on America. What started in Ivory Towers has infested every part of our country. Just look around and you'll find it. For example:
On many public documents, 'mother' and 'father' are Korrected to 'parent 1' and 'parent 2'.
Using micro aggression, trigger warnings and victim group litmus tests, precious snowflakes [students] Korrect the material their professor is allowed to use in his lessons.
Wielding a cudgel called 'cultural appropriation', victim groups Korrect whitey's fashion choices, vocabulary, plus the kind of food he, she, heshe or it sells in their outpost of capitalism.
Progtards Korrected our vocabulary by vilifying the use of biologically-correct terms: he, she, him, her, boy, girl, male, female, man woman. Invoking biological gender itself is now hate speech.
Progtards have Korrected the Bible too. Being a white male is now the original sin, and whiteness is the mark of Cain. Hyphenation won't save you, but it might mitigate your sin against Korrectness, a tad.
We the PIGS are proudly Deplorable, but it's no cakewalk. Being a Deplorable is a full time job. You're a fascist, a sexist, a racist, a homophobe, xenophobe, white supremacist, and much more. No wonder I'm exhausted.
There was a time when I deemed Progtard antics laughable. I'm still laughing over Hank Johnson a Dem congressman, who worried that Guam would capsize if we sent more troops to the island. I still laugh at Hank, but, by and large, I am no longer amused by Progtards.
Last November, we voted for a border wall, an end to Obamcare and draining the swamp. The swamp rats are fighting all three. In the 2018 mid terms we can do some swamp draining of our own. It's not an instant cure, but the rats will know we mean business. It's time to take back our country.