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America celebrates July 4th…while the left meltdowns!

The contrasts in celebrating America’s independence couldn’t have been anymore defined, as progressives across the nation angrily took to the streets in what can best be described as a universal progressive meltdown.

On the Coney Island boardwalk in New York, the traditional Nathan’s Famous July 4th hot dog eating contest had just concluded. With Joey “Jaws” Chestnut winning his 10th competition by eating a personal record of 74 hot dogs, while just a few miles away an angry protest of about a dozen individuals holding up signs denouncing America’s premier immigration enforcement agents known as ICE became the focal point for the mainstream media.

As deranged progressive activists took the peaceful anti-ICE demonstration to another level by scaling the base of the Statue of Liberty, sparking a nearly four-hour standoff with authorities and putting “New York’s Finest” in harms way, Therese Okoumou sat near the foot of the statue threatening her rescuers with violence (by knocking down ladders they were on). Eventually, the police prevailed, however for many who had tickets to visit “the lady in the harbor” their Independence Day was ruined

The unbridled meltdown on the left continued as America paused to say “thank you”. President Trump along with the First Lady, bedecked in a blue and white summer dress adorned with a red sash, made a brief appearance on the White House balcony, thanking those who’ve served and are still serving.

While in Hollywood the unhinged celebrity class decided to outdo their “ANTI-AMERICAN” demagoguery by coining the phrase “Happy Resistance Day” by apologizing to the world for President Trump, which is eerily familiar to their hero former President Obama apologizing for America.

Former Netflix talk show host Chelsea Handler tweeted out, “To every country on the 4th of July. We’re sorry about our President. He doesn’t reflect all of our views, and we hope you know that the majority of us are ashamed.”

Adding, “We will rally each other and come back to the world one step at a time.

However not to be outdone beefy filmmaker Michael Moore also took to tweeter posting to his mindless minions, “Happy Resistance Day! The revolt continues, some 242 years later. C’mon, people! Let’s finish this!” Which actually sounds a bit ominous…

Moreover, Moore is one of those activist progressives who actually believes in putting himself out there. Exercising his constitutional right to protest Friday on HBO’s “Real Time” Moore outlined his plan for continued resistance to whomever President Trump decides to nominate for the Supreme Court.

Moore continued; “The idea is…we first have to find ways to stop that vote from happening.”

Host Bill Maher then asked how Moore intends to stop the process, “I’ll join a million other people surrounding the United States Capitol. I will stand there. … Bill, let me tell you something, this judge goes through, for the rest of at least, well, all of our lives, it’s a right-wing court. That’s it. It’s over.”

Later, Moore stated, “We’re going to get to a point, my friends, where we’re going to have to circle Washington.”

However the insanity didn’t stop there, in Washington D.C. only blocks from where President Trump and the First Lady stood, open border rallies attacked the president with images of the Holocaust, branding him a racist, for separating children, a practice that every President since Bill Clinton engaged in.

The hyperbole from the unhinged left depicting the president as Hitler with the words, “History has its eyes on you” reflects the desperation the left finds itself, on this Independence Day.

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I began my career as a New York graphic designer, years later as an Art Director working with some of the leading advertising agencies and studios of the day, transitioned into owning my own graphic design service, providing a host of creative services, most recently as a working cartoonist for a verity of clients, my most recent illustrative assignment was a 33-page children’s book titled “Nicholas’s Amazing Journey.” I’m a published author, with my first novel titled “Journey” published in 2003, and my second a short story titled “Mr. Tidbit’s Dilemma”, published in 2014, by American Star Books, and I’m currently working on my third novel, a murder-mystery titled “Possession,” which hopefully should be completed early next year. I’m also an unabashed conservative and political junkie writing well over 4,000 published articles and political commentary, on a host of national issues and current event topics facing America. I received the 2007 Editors Choice Award, for Outstanding Achievement in poetry, presented by Poetry.com and the International Library of Poetry, and I am a proud member of the National Writers Association.

20 comments

  1. How anti-American to question the government – where would we be if the founding fathers had done that?!

    • Philip Kershner

      There is nothing anti-American about questioning the government. There is something discourteous about mocking a day that is special to many people. And there is something downright vile about making comparisons to the Holocaust and Hitler. I don’t like Trump, but those comparisons are beneath contempt.

      • You’re right – it is discourteous. That’s part of the point of the protest – courteous protests generally don’t draw any attention or change. The most effective protests are ones that are non-violent and aggressively in-your-face – think the woolworth’s sit-ins, or the Selma-Montgomery marches.

        • Philip Kershner

          Fair enough. I stand corrected. But I notice you’ve dodged my more important claim that the comparisons to Hitler and the Holocaust are downright vile and beneath contempt.

          • I don’t know about “vile and beneath contempt”, but “outrageous and extreme”. People were literally calling Obama the antichrist, among other things, it’s not like extreme and uncalled for comparisons aren’t generally made about presidents. People were comparing Obama to Hitler with the fear that he would take people’s guns, it’s become unfortunately common to just go straight to Hitler as a comparison for people who are on the other side.

            (for the record, I probably wouldn’t say that there’s anything that can be said about a President that is “vile and beneath contempt”, so that may simply be something we feel differently about – Presidents are fair game. Some of the things said about Barron make me fume though – kids are off limits, they didn’t choose their life.)

    • Re-read your comment , you might be able to see the stupidity of it

  2. Philip Kershner

    I like much of what you have to say, but is it really true that other presidents have separated children from their families? I have seen pictures of children in camps during the Obama years, but I understand that those were children caught trying to cross the border themselves, not children separated from their families. Do you have other evidence? If so, I would really appreciate it if you could share it with me. Many thanks.

    • If you commit an illegal act and are arrested, are you not separated from your family? My understanding is that these children are not separated for very long and in that time are well treated. Good housing and well fed.

  3. What a snowflake! “Oh the left is exceeding their Constitutional right to free speech “
    I hope your fainting couch is near by.

  4. I think it is very unAmerican for these people to deny that Bush and Obama separated illegal children from their parents. The Democratsare the ones who passed this law during the Clinton administration. Now, they are the ones blaming President Trump. They are hate-filled idiots who, every time they open their mouths, shows that they DO NOT CARE ABOUT AMERICA. THEY ARE TRAITORS!

  5. Philip Kershner

    Let me rephrase the question I asked above. Does ANYONE have evidence that previous presidents have separated children from their families?

    • The difference between Trump and Obama/Bush is mostly the scale and duration. Obama and Bush did not choose to detain every civil offender of immigration, and instead released them on their own recognizance, much like when an officer gives you a ticket that requires showing up in court at a later time. Trump felt it necessary to detain everybody. Both Obama and Bush would separate parents from children the same way as Trump, but they would release the parents after a maximum of 20 days separated, where Trump was not doing the same. So the difference was the scale (Trump is imprisoning many, many more parents) and duration (he is imprisoning them for much longer than 20 days).

      • Philip Kershner

        Oh, I see, so 20 days is okay, but 21 is not and therefore Trump becomes Hitler after the 20 days pass. Thanks for clearing that up.

        • It’s a combination of lots of things – there’s no one thing that makes Trump markedly different from Bush or Obama, but the combination of higher imprisonment and longer imprisonment. And please – I didn’t compare Trump to Hitler, I’m trying to keep it civil and factual and honest. You and I may disagree about some things, but surely we don’t need to attack each other.

          Honestly, I don’t think that most people who come here need to be imprisoned. Most people aren’t violent or dangerous and they’re unlikely to cause problems. The people who are likely to cause problems probably *shouldn’t* be released after 20 days, but should be given a fair and impartial hearing at which point we either let them go free (if we discover that they weren’t in violation of the laws) or we deport them.

          And yeah, I probably want more open borders than you do, and I probably prefer more liberal policies than you do, but we probably agree on more than we disagree on. We both want good, strong economies with a thriving middle class and low levels of poverty. We probably want good education where children can be given the tools that they need to succeed in life. We want safe places to live. We may differ on how to get there, but we can work together to find solutions.

    • If you think about this for more than a second you will realize that criminals are always separated from their families. Our prisons for example are not full of family members only criminals.

  6. Hey wait a minute!! Those that are apologizing can’t for this country. Do you so easily forget that those of us that ELECTED PRESIDENT TRUMP are in the majority? Duh. Also it is the STATE of California NOT the COUNTRY. Another duh.

    • Those who elected Trump are in the minority. They control the majority of the electoral college, but that doesn’t make them a majority of americans, or american voters.

      • Philip Kershner

        Clinton got 48.5% of the vote. She needed 53,650 votes (in the right places, of course) to win. That doesn’t even move the needle. She’s still at 48.5% of the vote which would be a minority. But let’s be generous and give her a million more votes. That brings her up to 49.2%, still a minority winner.

        • I didn’t say anything about Clinton, just that the people who elected Trump are int he minority, but they’re neither a majority of Americans nor a majority of American voters.

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