Who is “we?” The reason I ask is I keep seeing people saying “This is not who we are” all over social media. That was a favorite phrase of you-know-who as well. It’s another way of saying “You’re unamerican.”
So who decided who “we” are? Did we have a vote on it? If so I must have missed it. Is there a manual that describes who we are?
In the last presidential election, no candidate received a majority of the votes. Hillary did not “win” the popular vote, she received a plurality of the votes cast, mostly because Democrats ran up the score in blue states like California. The truth is that the country is split fairly evenly. So which half is “we?”
It’s kind of ironic that the people who keep saying “This is not who we are” are the same people trying to shove multiculturalism down our throats. “Diversity is our strength” seems a tad inconsistent with “This is not who we are.”
Apparently “we” can call President Trump a racist, a rapist, and a traitor, but Trump is not allowed to call an antisemitic socialist Congressmember who is a black immigrant a socialist or an antisemite. When the Progs were wearing T-shirts that said “Sarah Palin is a cunt” I don’t recall anybody losing control of their bladders because that wasn’t who we are. I don’t see any Democrats denouncing Antifa violence because “That’s not who we are.”
When a small mob of Leftists forced Sarah Sanders and her family from a restaurant nobody said: “That’s not who we are.” I could go on and on and on with examples but I’m sure you catch my drift.
The Democrat party wants to make America a socialist country. But that’s not who we are.
The Democrat party wants:
The Green New Deal
repeal the 2nd Amendment
But I say, “THAT’S NOT WHO WE ARE!”
“We” are Americans. “They” are cocksucking motherfuckers and motherfucking cocksuckers.
I need to stay off Twitter for a couple days. Otherwise I’m gonna get banned.