Who exactly is the real ‘fascist?’

By F. Paul Valone

Ignoring, for a moment, that ours is not a “democracy,” but instead a republic, the man (or rather his handlers) who accuses you of being a “threat to American democracy” is himself the one working to undermine our system of government. 

I’m sure the backdrop and imagery of the eagle and red backdrop, flanked by the military (Marines) at Joe Biden’s Philadelphia speech Thursday were not entirely intentional, since I’m equally sure Joe’s handlers didn’t intend to project totalitarian power (at least not so overtly). But I would offer that at the level of the presidency, nothing you see is exactly an accident.

According to Biden, 73.6 million Americans who voted for Donald Trump are not only “semi-Fascist,” but also a “threat to American Democracy.” This, of course, is a standard leftist tactic I describe in my book, Rules for ANTI-Radicals: A practical Handbook for Defeating Leftism. I suspect they learned, from the old Soviet Union, a tactic I call “preemptive accusation,” in which what they accuse you of doing exactly what they are doing.

Why do they do it? Because it puts you on the defensive. When you respond by saying, “No, it’s you who’s doing this,” it sounds like that old child’s rebuttal, “I know you are but what am I?” Argument lost.

But let’s take a look at the real “fascists,” shall we? Under the Clinton, Obama, and Biden administrations, we have witnessed the weaponization of federal law enforcement agencies not only against terrorists, but also against mainstream Americans…

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