It is already abundantly clear that the media mouthpieces of the Democratic party got the talking points about former President Donald J. Trump’s call for protests of his possible arrest this week and they are already on script to promote the sequel to the so-called “insurrection” to demonize his supporters.
One of those who is fomenting hysteria with her shrill predictions of imminent violence is MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, a woman who has spent years promoting crackpot conspiracy theories to the gullible viewing audience of the left-wing cable television network.
After the news broke that ultra-partisan Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg will likely indict the frontrunner for the 2024 presidential nomination over a 2016 payoff of pornographic movie “actress” Stormy Daniels who he once allegedly had a romp with, Trump took to his Truth Social platform to call for supporters to protest against what he said will be his looming arrest.
“PROTEST, TAKE OUR NATION BACK!” Trump wrote in a blistering all caps message to supporters on Saturday morning.
Since no public opposition to the authoritarian Democrats is permissible, Maddow was among the party minions seeking to equate constitutionally protected freedom of speech and assembly as something much darker, an insinuation that she made during a telephone interview on Saturday’s edition of “Velshi” where she accused Trump of trying to “incite a racially tinged violent response” if he’s cuffed and marched in front of a national television audience by Bragg and his goons.
“…I don’t think we’ve had a clear view of what his legal defense is going to be, but his overall defense is going to be to try to raise the civic cost of indicting him,” the conspiracy queen told fill-in host Jonathan Capehart a fellow member of the LGBTQ media community during an extended diatribe.
“He is trying to bring intimidation and pressure to bear against the prosecutors who are considering right now whether to indict him. And he’s hoping to create fear that there’ll be another January 6 type event or, you know, his followers are going to show up at another FBI office or, you know, something else that he could cause to happen by asking his followers to go into the streets in his defense,” she said.
“…Getting arrested, getting indicted, even going to jail isn’t the end of the line. It isn’t the end of the world. But Trump is trying to make it that,” Maddow added. “He’s trying to make it so that there is a threat of uncontrollable political violence in this country that is triggered, that would be triggered by any, any act of the legal system against him. It’s his effort. There’s nothing intrinsic about him getting in trouble as a potentially publicly corrupt, public, corrupt figure that should cause violence. But he’s trying to make sure that it does. And the question is, whether his followers do.”
Then, for added effect, she tossed in a reference to the 1993 government siege on the Waco, Texas compound of the Branch Davidians, a standoff that ended with 82 dead including over two dozen children, a national tragedy that has been used by leftists to demonize Christians for nearly three decades.
Trump will be holding a rally in Waco – a city that is also the home to Baylor University – next weekend.
“I think it is a little unnerving that his first political campaign appearance for his 2024 run is in Waco, Right. We’re at the 30th anniversary of the Waco standoff, Right,” she told Capehart. “You’re talking about trying to engender militant consciousness among Americans about the need to fight the federal government with violence. Well, Waco was a nice place to try to do that from. That’s a nice resonant place to try to do that from.”
She continued, “I mean, him being indicted on, you know, on a charge related to campaign finance tax and business fraud, again, doesn’t have to be the end of the world for him and could potentially be a positive for him. But if he’s asking for a militant racially, racially tinged violent response from his followers…”
Maddow capped off the segment with a plea for social media censorship of Trump, an anti-American response to the party’s adversaries that despite its roots in totalitarian regimes, has become the bread and butter of the modern incarnation of the Democratic party.
“Just yesterday, YouTube reinstated Donald Trump’s account, which means he’s now back on all major social media platforms including Twitter and Facebook,” Capehart said, setting up Maddow’s sleazy response. “Granted, this post was on his own social media platform, but should those companies regret the move to reinstate him and giving him access to millions of Americans?”
“Well, “I mean, we’ll see. I think those companies are in a bit of a crisis of conscience right now in terms of what their business plan is and how much they want to benefit from undermining the democracy that makes it possible for them to thrive as companies,” she said, suggesting that another unified Big Tech de-platforming of Trump should be on the table.
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