My #NeverTrump colleagues and friends make valid points about Donald Trump. I know — I made them myself during the Republican primaries.
But it is vital to understand what will happen if Hillary Clinton wins the presidency. This country will be so far from what the Founding Fathers wanted, so different from what the #NeverTrumpers have always fought for, that it is almost impossible to see how America could recover from her — or any Democrat’s — victory.
Thanks to the universities’ leftist indoctrination of two generations of Americans, and thanks to Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Party is now in all but name a socialist party. In fact, it is actually to the left of many European socialist parties.
For example, if Clinton wins, the government will tell companies how much employees must be paid. “If you believe that companies should share profits with their workers, not pad executive bonuses, join us,” she brazenly announced.
If you think this is unconstitutional, remember that it won’t matter because she will appoint left-wing Supreme Court justices and left-wing federal judges who do not view their roles as protectors of the Constitution. They view their roles as promoting “social justice,” which has as much to do with justice as “people’s democracy” has to do with democracy.
There will still be a country called the United States, a geographic entity situated between Canada and Mexico, but it will not be the America envisioned by the founders, nor the one envisioned by most Americans until the middle of the 20th century.
A few days before Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, he said, “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” He has been true to his word, and Clinton and the Democratic Party will continue this fundamental transformation.
As Sanders said in his speech to an ecstatic Democratic National Convention, “Together, my friends, we have begun a political revolution to transform America, and that revolution, our revolution, continues.”
In other words, the Democratic Party now acknowledges that its aim is revolution — a revolution that undoes the American Revolution.
Clinton spelled this out very clearly in her acceptance speech.
“We’ll build a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants,” she said, among other highlights.
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