This is well written, but the fact that it needed to be written angers me to no end.
I built an insurance business to help average, honest people, not to tear them down.
There’s no question in my mind that Q is a conspiracy designed by Putin and a few rich Americans to destroy this country and turn workers into mindless slaves. Q is classic Klan, supporting hatred of anything that isn’t white, Protestant, and British or German. And frankly, if you strip the contributions of other cultures out of the US, there wouldn’t be much left that anyone would want. Of course, the people who support Q know very little about their own history, culture or law. That’s why they can so easily believe the lies.
What happened to the Republican Party? They used to claim they were the party of personal responsibility. Now, not so much. It was just two years ago they couldn’t stand to let a member occupy a seat on committees who expressed support for white supremacy. Now? They’ll fight to defend a bigot who believes in crazy conspiracy theories and “liked” calls to murder Congressional Democrats.
Yesterday, freshman Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene defended herself before the House and said she didn’t believe in the crazy stuff she used to peddle. The way she phrased it was, she was “allowed” to believe the Qanon conspiracy.
First off, the Qanon cult is based on the belief there’s a deep state controlling our government of Satanic-worshipping blood-drinking pedophiles, and they’re all Democrats. Their membership consists of politicians and movie stars.
And yesterday, the party of personal responsibility looked the other way when Marjorie…
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