Pretty rich for the "sedition" word to be thrown around by the #Resistance who have actively colluded to obstruct & nullify a duly-elected administration for 4 years, even to the point they were willing to hype a pandemic, derail the economy & unleash race riots on the country. Oh, there's been sedition all right. And there should be a reckoning. Unfortunately, it appears that the traitors succeeded. ______________________________ https://spectator.org/election-resistance-sedition/ _______ Excerpts: “It was inevitable that the Democrats would overreact to legal challenges by President Trump and other Republicans to corrupt election practices in swing states, but some responses have been unhinged even by their standards. One recurring refrain is particularly disturbing — that lawyers, members of Congress, and state attorneys general who supported post-election litigation are guilty of sedition.” [...] “This dangerous view of dissent has a long, sordid history among progressives. Democratic President Woodrow Wilson, for example, was the driving force behind the notorious Sedition Act of 1918, passed by his fellow Democrats at a time when they controlled both houses of Congress. This anti-democratic outrage made it a felony crime to criticize the government and, by extension, Wilson himself. [...] “Considering its ignoble history, one would think journalists would avoid a term like "sedition." Sadly, the legacy media has joined the creepy chorus described in the first paragraph above. [...] “All of this would be mildly amusing if the "S" word hadn’t actually been used by Pennsylvania’s attorney general in his reply brief to the Supreme Court. [...] “Questioning an election is not treason, but seeking to punish those who question an election can be tyranny. This is the exercise of free speech and the use of the constitutional process. For a member of Congress to denounce colleagues as traitors for raising objections is the worst form of demagoguery. [...] “Historically, authoritarian regimes have used fictitious tales of treason as the pretext for crushing their political rivals and cowing their citizens into submission. This is invariably enabled by propaganda organs willing to parrot the regime’s party line while less compliant media are censored. But that could never happen here, right? We’re Americans, right? We wouldn’t sit obediently behind our useless masks enduring a new wave of ineffective lockdowns while it appears that a presidential election is being stolen before our eyes, right? Right?” ______________ #Leftists | #TDS | #BlueCoup | #sedition
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