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A Resolution geared at protecting Conservative Americans against Deploraphobia!

January 22, 2017

 

 

The Conservative Right is constantly reminded that we did not win the popular vote for this election.  The Left wants us, in no uncertain terms to understand that we are NOT the Majority, but the minority!  Well hot damn, we are considered a minority!  Ok, I can go with that.  However, that being said, where is Loretta Lynch?  Our US Attorney General!  Isn’t she supposed to protect our rights against intense violence and hate that has ensued as a result of Trump being elected as our President?  Democrats proposed a resolution (HR 569) and a stronger resolution, modeled on the HR 569 is currently in the US House of Representatives, this resolution condemns hate crimes against certain Minorities. 

Not all mind you, just one particular group.  This doesn’t seem to fit the American concept of equal justice one bit.  However, I will highlight a few of the qualifiers in this Resolution and add my own additions.  

“Whereas the rise of hateful and anti-Trump speech, violence, and cultural ignorance plays into the false narrative spread by Domestic terrorist groups of US hatred of Trump, and can encourage certain individuals to react in extreme and violent ways: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That the House of Representatives”—
(1) expresses its condolences for the victims of anti-Trump hate crimes;

(2) steadfastly confirms its dedication to the rights and dignity of all its citizens of all faiths, beliefs, and cultures;

(3) denounces in the strongest terms the increase of hate speech, intimidation, violence, vandalism, arson, and other hate crimes targeted against Trump supporters or those perceived to be Trump supporters;

(4) recognizes that the United States Conservative community has made countless positive contributions to United States society;

(5) declares that the civil rights and civil liberties of all United States citizens, including Trump supporters in the United States, should be protected and preserved;

(6) urges local and Federal law enforcement authorities to work to prevent hate crimes; and to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law those perpetrators of hate crimes; and

(7) reaffirms the inalienable right of every citizen to live without fear and intimidation, and to practice their freedom of faith.

Ok, so I rewrote this a bit.  Every place that it now says, Trump, or Trump supporters, Domestic, Conservative, replace with Muslim; that is the original text.  I think if the Attorney General was an advocate of protecting ALL citizens of the United States from violent acts of hate mongers, then this bill would not pertain only to protecting Muslims from Islamophobia, but every citizen of the United States against hate crimes. It would be ridiculous to create a resolution that only applies to persecuted Trump supporters, even though the numbers in that group are quite large and comprise a YUGE portion of the US population.  So why isn’t it just as ridiculous and pro-religionist (yep it’s a word) to have this Resolution/Bill pertain to Muslims only?  Attorney General Lynch states, “We always have a concern when we see the rhetoric rising against any particular group in America, that it might inspire others to violent action — and that violent action is what we would have to deal with,”  So Ms. Lynch, did you simply miss all the inspirational calling for acts of violence against Trump supporters for the last year or so?  Have you not seen the riots, the violent aggression against Trump Supporters?  I assume by your statement, that we are a, “particular group in America” and an extremely large group at that, but touted by the media and the Liberals as a minority–not the popular vote.  Have you not heard the “rhetoric” against us, that has inspired “others” to “violent action”?   Lynch goes on to state, “At this point…we’re not prepared to limit any particular ideology to what may have inspired these individuals. There are a number of groups that are on social media, looking to encourage people to commit acts of violence within the homeland, so at this point we simply do not want to rule anything out.”  UMMMM HELLO Ms. Lynch, WE’RE HERE, WE’RE HERE, WE’RE HERE!  Considering Mrs. Clinton called us, Islamophobes, to the entire world, am quite certain that your statements pertain to protecting Muslims against Conservatives.  Hmmmm, we are not flying planes into buildings, blowing up people, chopping off heads, driving trucks into crowded areas.  You also didn’t see us, blocking major highways, roadways, rioting, looting, destroying property, assaulting innocent people, etc.

So we have seen and are currently seeing this country ablaze with a conflagration, specifically intended to spark  against those who hold a certain belief that Trump is a person we support. It is our belief and our constitutional right to hold that belief.  And yet, we have an (outgoing) Attorney General, YOU, who have done absolutely nothing to protect the citizens of the US from the well organized and well funded domestic terrorists that have been and continue to perpetrate acts of violence and property destruction against those who hold a different ideology or belief than the “majority”!  Is it because we are not Muslims?  We are not Liberals?  Is it because we are average American Citizens?  Shouldn’t a proposed bill such as HR 569 equally protect ALL of the Citizens of the United States and not just one religious or political affiliation?  Or just this one, Muslim?  OR, was the Democratic agenda something completely different than protecting people?  I suspect the latter!   I will introduce yet another new word to add to our ever-expanding vocabulary,  DEPLORAPHOBIA!

 

 

 

Daniella Cross is the Guardian of 4Earth and the featured writer.

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