March 4th passed with no hordes of wild-eyed, armed Trump supporters attempting to take over Washington. But instead of letting the National Guard troops go home and swallow some Pepto-Bismol, Democrats want the Pentagon to extend their stay until May, inciting further Internet-gathered “intelligence” (there’s got to be a better term for that) that an assault may be coming on some other future date, like April 1st. Yes, I’d say that April Fools' Day is the most likely date.
Liberal journalist Glenn Greenwald has been one of the few honest enough to see this manipulative political theater for what it is.
At that link, he gives us a recap of all the hysterical claims they’ve made, how they’ve eventually been proven false and collapsed, and how every date that they predicted would bring an armed insurrectionist attack did not. He aptly compares them to cult leaders who, when their predicted apocalypse fails to materialize, just move the date a little further into the future.
He also nails the real point of all this baseless slander against 75 million Trump supporters, painting everyday working Americans who don’t support far-left policies as “domestic terrorists,” writing, “The more you can demonize your opponents as something monstrous, the more political power you can acquire.”
Or as I often like to quote H.L. Mencken, who noted the same trick around 100 years earlier, “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the public alarmed and hence clamorous to be led to safety from an endless series of hobgoblins, most of them imaginary.”
I feel, however, that as a conservative and a Trump supporter, I should come clean with Democrats. Yes, we are planning a mass takeover of the government, but not armed and not in March or April of 2021. In November of 2022, we plan to storm the polls in massive numbers and overthrow the current tyrannical government by voting every one of you out of office. You may consider that insurrection, but it's not. It's something you seem to despise even more. It's the Constitution.