“Delusions from the right,” Monterey Herald – June 18, 2023
Weaken the police in the country, elect politically bought incompetent DAs, mostly eliminate prosecution for criminals, encourage people to loot stores without fear of legal reappraisal, open our borders to illegal aliens from numerous countries, weaponize the FBI, DOJ, CIA, and the rest of the alphabet government agencies against conservatives and people on the right, take away their due process, indict only people on the right, take away parental rights, force the alphabet people’s beliefs as normal, have the media print and report only favorable news for the left and only negative news for the right and repeat lies so often they become believable. Also, make every issue political. What else? Mount a war against Christians and all those of faith. Convince minorities and the left that anyone on the right is a “white supremacist” and that criminals are innocent, the innocent are guilty, that if you are a law-abiding citizen you will have your guns confiscated and possess no right of self-defense and will be charged and jailed for defending yourself or your family. Most importantly finally get rid of Trump!
Once anarchy abounds and our goals are secured, execute the plan to completion: because of the discontent, demonstrations, and resistance of the right to succumb to our beliefs, our savior Joe will declare martial law in the U.S. and impose a curfew for the entire country. Because of the right’s warlike resistance to martial law, Joe might suspend elections until further notice. When total and absolute control is achieved, there is no longer any need for sick and old people, criminals, illegal aliens, BLM, Antifa, and alphabet people who have served their purpose and will be dispatched, then time to come after you!
I must be delusional; this cannot possibly happen to our country. Well, lap dogs, most of this is happening in our once great country and will continue to worsen for us as we struggle to retain our ever-weakening minuscule power over the government. The government is there to serve us, not for us to serve them. The only difference between most politicians is the D, R or I after their names.
— Raymond Souza, Corral de Tierra