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Is AOC a puppet prototype to drive hyper-leftism in DC for the Justice Democrats?

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A new report gives extremely compelling evidence that Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is at the very least a figurehead of a hyper-leftist organization and at worst a pawn of the rising forces of radical progressivism attempting to make the fundamental changes Democrats made in the past look like moderate’s making incremental adjustments to the status quo.

I’ll admit, I sat on this story for a week. The allegations are so outrageous, I needed to do my own investigating to make sure it wasn’t a wacky conspiracy theory. After looking deeper into the belly of the beast, I can confirm that the beast is real and at play in the Democratic Party today. By my reckoning, AOC is one of the prototypes of the pieces used in an admittedly brilliant plan to subvert not only conservative and moderate principles in American politics, but the very fabric of what allows America to operate as a free nation.

Near the center of the beast are the Justice Democrats, their current leaders Alexandra Rojas and Nasim Thompson, and their behind-the-scenes ringleaders Saikat Chakrabarti and Cenk Uygur.  At the center is a greater force that I’ll discuss later. For now, let’s look at the scenario surrounding this true conspiracy (as opposed to being a conspiracy theory; this is acknowledged by the players involved), the people we know are involved, the people behind the scenes, and what this all means for America.

Justice Democrats sought out superstars

The core of this conspiracy began with a simple idea. Uygur, Chakrabarti, and others were unhappy with the moderate direction the Democratic Party had seemed to settle into following the 2016 presidential election. They knew a third party such as the Green Party simply wasn’t able to gain enough steam to break through the two-party system, so they decided to infiltrate and take over the Democratic Party instead.

Their tactics were uncanny. They saw with Senator Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) failed run that pulling from even the far left of the established Democratic Party wasn’t going to work, so they chose to start fresh. They needed to field candidates they could control. This likely came from watching the Tea Party work so hard to elect “conservatives” like Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) only to watch them abandon their conservatism quickly once in office. The Justice Democrats didn’t just want to get people they liked into office in Washington DC. They wanted to get people they could completely control.

This required doing what was essentially a casting call. They received 10,000 nominations, from which they found a bartender from the Bronx who was smart enough to handle their talking points, naive enough to buy into their radical progressive mentality, and ambitious enough to let them completely control her actions and words. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was their perfect candidate.

The public puppeteers

Let’s look at the four people currently and previously in charge of the Justice Democrats. You can do your own Wikipedia biographical searches. I’m going to focus on what impressions I get from these people.

  • Alexandra Rojas – Executive Director of Justice Democrats. Rojas seems to be a true believer in the socialist movement, one who thinks the environment is going to kill all life on earth in the near future unless we ride bicycles and stop eating beef immediately. She may be more dangerous than I’m seeing, but my initial feeling is she’s the charismatic placeholder for smarter people to call the shots later.
  • Nasim Thompson – Congress Repealer at Justice Democrats. Thompson is another true believer. If Rojas is tasked with finding and driving candidates, Thompson is the one who takes down the Democratic targets in primaries.
  • Cenk Uygur – Young Turks Host. This whole thing was partially his creation. Unfortunately for Uygur, he just wasn’t woke enough to stay on publicly. Of course, he may still be involved behind the scenes.
  • Saikat Chakrabarti – Chief of Staff for AOC. Chakrabarti was there from the beginning. He’s a true hyper-leftist and not a very good guy. Now, he’s the one directly pulling AOC’s strings. It’s his and his staff who actually control the seat, feed her talking points, and put forth the questions and answers we see from her.

Notably, none of these people seem capable of mounting a serious threat to the Democratic Establishment. All of them have skills that are useful for the cause, but even in a larger group they seem to be smart and motivated yet not the real power driving this. Do these puppetmasters have a puppetmaster?

Pulling the real strings

This is where we insert the latest accusations about George Soros or any of the other hyper-leftist boogeymen. That may be the case, but as a student of the Bible I can say this all seems conspicuously controlled from outside our realm of understanding. Is this an example of the powers detailed in Ephesians 6:12 flexing their muscles?

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

I find it very hard to believe the merry band of Justice Democrats are so successful, having won seven congressional seats a year after their formation, unless there’s something stronger driving them that we’re not seeing.

What this all means for America

If you thought Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Pelosi were dangerous, you’ve never met the Justice Democrats. These folks make the Green Party seem mainstream. The difference is they’re clearly much more effective than any radical progressive movement we’ve seen in most of our lifetimes.

What this means for America is very simple. They must be stopped. They must be countered. Now more than ever, I understand why we need the American Conservative Movement to step forth.

The saddest part about AOC is that she’s such a distraction, her real power isn’t in what she does on Capitol Hill. By taking attention away from the Justice Democrats, she’s pulling double duty for the most dangerous organization in America.

Will you help revive the American Conservative Movement?

 


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  1. Tobias Melrose

    March 14, 2019 at 6:56 pm

    I was just reading another piece from JD Rucker, “American Conservative Movement: Let’s fix the GOP from within” – I found it somewhat refreshing in that it was novel for a conservative piece not to be spitting blatant propaganda toward AOC. I see from this article I misjudged.

    The real question is not “Is AOC a puppet prototype to drive hyper-leftism in DC for the Justice Democrats?” but rather, “Is all the propaganda the right is shoveling toward AOC and other Justice Democrats out of honest, albiet ignorant belief, or fear that actual progressivism will shine light on the lie at the heart of conservatism?”

    Pro-tip for proganda consumers: Whenever anybody labels a politician who proposes to make the government work for the people instead of the corporation ‘radical’, they have an agenda that comes at your personal cost.

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Why Tomi Lahren’s abortion view harms American conservatism

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Why Tomi Lahrens abortion view harms American conservatism

Democrats are unambiguous and united in their view of abortion. It wasn’t always this way. As recently as a decade ago, there were a good number of pro-life Democrats winning elections and expressing their views as pundits.

Today, they don’t exist.

Republicans aren’t so repulsed by the pro-abortion people in their midst. It’s understandable that as a party that’s less focused on individual issues, one can be a Republican without checking off all the various boxes. This is fine. What’s not fine is for breaks in the ranks of conservatives. There are certain things that must remain universal among those who claim to embrace conservatism, especially among those who speak for conservatives.

Fox Nation’s Tomi Lahren is one of them. She claims to be a conservative, but she’s pro-choice. That fact, by itself, is understandable because the issue is a polarizing one in which people can be swayed to one side based on personal experience. It’s not like taxes which warrant universal scorn from conservatives. There are gun-toting, tax-hating, pro-choice conservatives.

But there’s a bigger problem with Lahren’s perspective. She’s not just attacking the Alabama abortion bill and pro-life perspectives in general. She’s doing so with an argument that flies in the face of reality.

Do we think government is the answer? No. In fact, one of the most appealing parts about the Alabama abortion bill is that it represents the first true opportunity for the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade. When it reaches the Supreme Court (and it almost certainly will) it gives us the first glimpse of how the current makeup of the court will react. In fact, the makeup of the court could actually be better if one of the left-leaning Justices retires soon.

Once Roe v. Wade is out of the way, we can finally express the truly conservative aspect of federalism that should have never been taken away – the states’ rights to determine their own healthcare laws.

If Tomi Lahren doesn’t like the abortion ban, that’s fine. Her choice. But to defend her choice by insinuating a challenge to Roe v. Wade is somehow an attack on limited-government tenets is false and harms conservatism.

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Conservative Media, we need to blacklist Trump-Russia story and move on

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Conservative Media we need to blacklist Trump-Russia story and move on

To The Daily Wire, One America News, Washington Times, Blaze Media, and all others to the right of Fox News,

There was no collusion and no obstruction. It took over two years for this narrative to search under every stone and exhaust millions of dollars to, in the end, find nothing. The leftist media will not make many concessions, especially as it relates to obstruction for a crime that was not committed. We cannot as conservatives prove beyond an unreasonable doubt that Trump did not collude or obstruct. As Democrats in Congress keep the narrative on life support, the Conservative media needs to pull the plug.

The average American is fatigued by the Trump-Russia collusion/obstruction narrative. Meanwhile our effort is playing defense against a leftist narrative rather than reporting on issues both our base and the politically uninvolved care far more about. When the economy is strong and the border crisis is pressing, why is so much of our attention directed towards the soap opera clown show that takes place? Instead of countering this narrative, conservative media should starve the narrative of as much attention as possible.

An area which Conservatives have long failed, but have made great improvements towards, is controlling the narrative, the language and Overton Window of society. If we continue to counter the leftist narrative of the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory, we will continue to feed their power in controlling the narrative in the American political and cultural arena. Instead, let us make an effort to not only counter the narrative but set the narrative.

In our friendly rivalry as Conservative outlets, let us come together and collectively move on from the Trump-Russia story, discarding it as if it were a flat-earth conspiracy and move on.

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Conservatives cannot be afraid to press the culture war

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Conservatives cannot be afraid to press the culture war

There are many reasons Conservatives have been reticent to press the culture war. Many of them were acted upon by Mitt Romney only for those conventions to be blown away by Trump winning in 2016. The Republican Party hates running on culture issues instead wanting only to use issues like abortion as shiny objects for show votes. But we must remember, Trump won and Romney and McCain lost. Trump ran on a culture issue: immigration. He won. And in my opinion, Trump made it highly difficult for him to win, not because of the issues he was running on, but because of his personality. So let that be encouragement.

For a Rainbow jihad fatwa will come after you if you aren’t attracted to a man in drag. They will pass legislation to make possessing certain guns illegal. You will be called a racist. They are already passing legislation protecting infanticide. If we do not press these issues, we will lose. If we stay silent, as Erick Erickson so famously said, we will be made to care.

But Wait! The economy is doing great

Republicans will want to focus on the economy and there is nothing wrong with that. To quote The Road to El Dorado, “both is good.” There is no reason we cannot do both. Reasonably speaking, it means we are going to have to sacrifice certain talking points. I nominate the Russian Hoax, as people are already tired of hearing about it, whereas, cultural issues such as Brian Sims dominated Conservative news cycles. People are motivated by cultural issues. Guns, illegal immigration, and abortion are among the top single issue voting groups. In 2012, Republicans ran on jobs, jobs, jobs and lost, lost, lost.

Trump can press the economy in 2020 and use it to get people to reelect him as they would any other incumbent. But reelecting Trump to maintain the economy is not a win so much as it’s not a defeat. Because let’s be honest, if the Republicans pass a balanced budget with a plan to pay off the debt in say twenty years, the economy would contract. We would undoubtedly go into recession and unemployment would rise due to a reduction in public sector jobs. Are we, as Conservatives, willing to bite that bullet? I hope so. If so, the message of austerity contradicts the message of the economy, why should the economy be our main focus? Recessions are temporary and a natural part of the business cycle as our economy evolves. The Great Depression only lasted as long as they did because of the intervention from progressives like Herbert Hoover and FDR. The Republican Party is unwilling to bite this bullet. They aren’t fiscally responsible. Coincidentally, they aren’t willing to defund Planned Parenthood, despite how they donate to candidates who run against them. Let me take that back, it’s not a coincidence. If we look at the Liberty Score of Republicans, you will see that the most socially conservative are also the most fiscally responsible as well. I am hardpressed to find an exception. Socially liberal fiscally conservative doesn’t exist in the real world today. Why? Because being fiscally conservative requires a socially conservative worldview. My evidence for this assertion is Congress.

In order to get these ends, we need to engage in the culture war as a means. Increasing spending does not earn a Republican a primary challenge. But being soft on illegal immigration will. Marco Rubio didn’t win the nomination in 2016. So it’s safe to conclude that illegal immigration is a more energizing issue than national debt. Once again, going back to 2012, Mitt Romney floated self-deportation in the primary but steered clear of illegal immigration in the general. He said he was pro-life, but ran ads to assure people he wouldn’t act on his pro-life stance. But enough using Romney as a punching bag for being a loser. Ron DeSantis in Florida ran on a Trump platform in Florida, without the Trump personality and upset Andrew Gillum in what was supposed to be a blue wave. Kim Reynolds, in swing state Iowa, signed a heartbeat bill into law in May 2018. She went on to pull perhaps the most surprising upset in the 2018 Midterm Elections in what will be a swing state in 2020. Meanwhile obvious RINO Martha McSally couldn’t beat one of the most overtly anti-American candidates in Kyrsten Sinema, in a mild red state.

But let’s look at this from the Left’s perspectives. Indiana and Texas are roughly comparable in terms of the GOP’s advantage. Beto O’Rourke came close while the “moderate” Democrat in Indiana got owned, double digits despite polling ahead, against who in my opinion was a shaky candidate. Back on the right John James ran a solid campaign in Michigan, despite losing, meanwhile the Republican in Wisconsin got trounced. Energy is the name of the game and when Conservatives bring it, we perform better. Conservatives bring that energy by fighting the culture war.

Minority Report

Are minorities more socially conservative then the Democrat Party? Yes. Do these same minorities tend to economic liberals? Yes. So which is the best way to reach minorities, by emphasizing the issues we have in common or by arguing that we need to roll back entitlements. I’ll take the former, because the Democrats are a confederacy, and social conservatism stands a better chance at weakening the confederacy.

Politics Downstream From Culture

The Andrew Breitbart quote is beyond true. Previously I wrote that our society was fiscally irresponsible, therefore why should we be surprised that this same society elects Lindsey Grahams and Mitch McConnells. The ideals of the American Revolution were preached in churches years before 1775. The 2nd Great Awakening preceded the abolition of slavery. Progressive theology preceded progressive policies. Cultural leftism has so far preceded socialist policies. Look at Marianne Williams who was a thought leader for a new age cult long before she was a socialist candidate. So what am I saying? Socially conservative policies will precede fiscally conservative policies.

A Caveat of Trump and State Governments

Now the first objection to this claim is that Trump has implemented some socially conservative policies. Let’s take immigration, for example, where Trump is most willing to make a bad deal with Democrats to resolve the issue. A border wall is not worth amnesty. DACA should not be kept under any circumstances. Furthermore, Trump is far too easily swayed by Ivanka and Jared Kushner who will only lead his governance astray. But if there were a Congress full of Conservatives, we would see far fewer weaknesses in the President. Congress is supposed to be the most powerful branch. If they sent Trump a balanced budget, Trump would undoubtedly sign it.

State governments, by their smaller nature, are often times ran more fiscally responsible and have balanced budget requirements in their constitutions. In fact, many legislatures either meet every other year or session that is a segment within the year. These relics of a more agrarian culture that placed high esteem on limited government are hard to undo. But legislatures like that in Annapolis will do their damage within their session.

Final Thoughts

Conservatives shouldn’t cater to people who don’t exist, rather they should fight the culture war because there are gains in this war that will lead to a culture more willing to accept austere measures. We can only win the culture war if we fight for it. We can only end abortion if we fight for it. We can only end illegal immigration if we fight for it. Play offense. Make the left defend infanticide and ask the average uninformed American: do they want that person in office? Make them uncomfortable by sending illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities, so that they will feel the cost of their own ideology. Make them admit that they believe black Americans are less competent than white Americans. Have them explain the difference between a semiautomatic and fully automatic firearm. Maybe then we can finally eliminate policies such as the outdated and cost burdensome Social Security or end the long failed war on poverty.

If politics flows downstream from culture as American history has long shown, in order for Conservatives to win, we must win the culture war.

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