Tucker Carlson asked a lot of great questions during his interview with President Trump last week. One of the best ones was, “Do you think we’re moving towards civil war?”
It’s a truly great question because it’s something that everyone is thinking about, and yet many are nervous to bring the subject up. The nation is no longer split between the political left and right. It seems like the split is now between three factions: Normal Americans who want to just live their lives, 70 million or so foreigners, and a gaggle of crazy, Satanic, child trafficking weirdoes who want to ban meat, cheese and cars. How do you fix that division without just… doing the thing?
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin asked a similar question after President Trump was indicted on Thursday. Appearing on “The Balance” on Newsmax TV, Palin stated, “I think those who are conducting this travesty and creating this two-tier system of justice and I want to ask them, ‘What the heck do you want us to be in civil war?’ Because that’s what’s going to happen. We’re not going to keep putting up with this.”
On Tuesday, actor and Trump supporter John Voigt posted a video on social media. He said this:
“My fellow Americans, this is a civil war, and this is the time that we must stand for truths. If we don’t do this, you, your children, grandchildren, sisters, brothers will all pay the price for this default. Let us not beg, let us not steal, but allow God’s truths to be yours and mine. Let us not hide our pride but allow God’s greatest truths to show the way.”
Three prominent members of the political right, who don’t appear to know each other personally or hang out discussing policy, are all bringing up civil war. What does that tell you?
Everybody is talking about it.
John Voigt is the most correct of the three. We’re already in a new civil war. This is the Cold War portion of it. Some of us would like to see this be resolved without it turning into a hot war. The idea of a civil war would bring about horrors in this country that are unimaginable to many people.
This is why many of us, present company included, have been calling for a national divorce. It’s not you—it’s me. We just don’t get along anymore. There’s no companionship. There’s no point in continuing. It’s time to divide the assets amicably and go our separate ways.
Oregon is showing the rest of the country a way that this could happen. The Greater Idaho movement is a proposal to have any county in Eastern Oregon peacefully secede and join Idaho if that’s what a majority of voters in a county want. 13 counties in Eastern Oregon have voted to have the Oregon and Idaho legislatures begin talks about secession. Every one of them has voted in favor of divorcing the Portland/Eugene Axis of Weirdness and Antifa and join Idaho. More of the counties will vote soon, and there’s no reason to believe they’ll oppose joining Idaho. Like Moses, they’re telling Portland’s Pharoah, “Let my people go.”
That’s a polite way of doing this. President Trump won 26 of Oregon’s counties in the 2020 election—some with as much as 80% of the vote. Joe Biden won 10 of Oregon’s counties—all of them leftist hellholes of craziness. The 10 counties are now ruling over the 26 with an iron fist—and have been for the last 40 years or so. The normal folks in Eastern Oregon are sick and tired of having no political voice at all on issues that matter the most.
Portland legalized crack for the whole state. Eastern Oregon didn’t want that. If you ride public transportation in Portland now, you can get a contact high from all the crack smoke. There’s no compromising with these people, so it’s time to go their separate ways.
The United States cannot survive much longer as a political entity if this continues. One side just wants to live normal lives as Americans, and the other side wants to chop every toddler boy’s penis off. We know that a lot of people on the right are eager to get the boogaloo started, but there’s a better, non-violent way to do this. Let’s just get a divorce.