As we sort through the aftermath of this election, one thing is clear: the battle to preserve all that is good about America and to defeat the cancel America BLM Democrats hasn’t ended. No single election can be the end of that battle.
We understand, as many of you do, that our opponent, the BLM Democrats who want to cancel America, is not yester-year’s typical loyal opposition. Sure, many rank and file Democrats don’t understand that their entire Party and its agenda have been hijacked.
Even Republicans struggle to understand that the cancel America crowd are deadly serious about a regime change in America that will end our constitutional republic and replace it with a phony “democracy” where only one party has any real power. How can we expect the rank and file Democrats to understand what is at stake?
What is at stake as we move forward is an agenda that promises to continue to pour gasoline on the fires of our political discourse and public life. The BLM/Cancel America Democrats, leading a rank-and-file army who don’t know the true nature of what they are supporting, are poised to start unravelling the very fabric of our society.
Biden-Harris plan to reinstate the racist and divisive “Critical Race Theory” training in federal government and universities. This “training” is blatantly racist and anti-American to its core. It would cause untold damage to the body politic and breed the kind of hatred that has been on display in cities across the land.
Joe Biden wants to ban the AR-15 and render the Second Amendment meaningless, and he is willing to use executive orders and other tricks to do it. For these people, the Bill of Rights, especially its original spirit and intent, is just another document they ignore, it is open to whatever “reinterpretation” give them power.
Joe Biden plans to reinstate DACA and open the floodgates to illegal immigration and a path to citizenship, ensuring a Democratic majority and disenfranchising tens of millions of Americans. The arguments in favor of this, from a humanitarian perspective, are not in any way guiding this policy. If these people were likely to vote Republican, the BLM Cadres would oppose any path to citizenship.
What is the fundamental question?
This is it: is America good or should America be canceled?
America is good, What makes America good are things like the Bill of Rights, our constitutional form of government, our dream of a free and pluralistic society, and the arc of our history which has been toward real justice for all people, without favor or prejudice.
What is the cancel America agenda? At its root, it’s all about upending all these things. Sure, the cancel America crowd loves to virtue signal justice, but what is just and noble about raising the cost of energy for poor people who can barely make ends meet? What is just and noble about teaching people to be ashamed of their skin color?
When you destroy the very concept and basis of meritocracy, you establish a hierarchy in which a chosen few decide where everyone fits and, in the case of the BLM Democrats, you make Party affiliation the true measure of status, even if, in terms of merit, the best people are suppressed and the worse people are rewarded.
People came to America because when you live in America you can be anything you want to be if you work hard enough. This has never been perfectly true, but the arc of our history has always favored this and rejected things like caste, party privilege, birthright, and other things that have nothing to do with the content of your character.
This is what is at stake today, and it is a fight that will not end until most Americans and most of our leaders are wed to the proposition that America is good because America stands on justice and truth,
We know that the arc of our history is moving ever closer toward a free and pluralistic society where all can prosper on the basis of merit alone. The BLM-Cancel America radicals would take us off the track and run our country over the cliff into a one-party regime where privilege is assigned arbitrarily and capriciously by the few at the expense of the many.