Marxism is a disease.
A spiritual disease, a mental cancer, and in many cases an intellectual disability, as Michaeal Savage so rightly pointed out.
And people are beginning to wake up to this.
Whether it be the mass exodus from blue states like New York or California , the growing calls to recall Gavin Newsom, or the rejection of left wing Tyranny By Fragility, people are taking notice.
They are voting with thier feet, by moving to the beating heart of America, Texas. They are voting by the ballot by voting for President Trump.
The thing is, you can only use semantic word games to delude people for only so long.
A wise man once said: “You can fool some people all of the time, you can fool all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.”
The newest figure to publicly voice their divorce from The American Marxist Party is Sheriff James Custer, formerly a democrat, is switching his party affliation to the GOP.
Check it out:
The Red State Observer reported Sheriff Custer's stance:
When radicalism overtakes the group, defection is to be expected.
And a Pennsylvania sheriff has made clear: Radicalism has taken over.
On Monday, James appeared on Fox News and blasted the “shift in ideals of the current Democrat Party at the national level.”
He mentioned one:
“The socialist agenda.”
He’s also sick of the shutdown, which he finds at odds with our founding document:
“This is something that I had been considering for several months. It probably started back when the pandemic started. And the mandates coming down by the Democratic governors, and, of which we have one here, Pennsylvania, that I fear are unconstitutional. And as the sheriff, it is my duty as a constitutional sheriff to protect and serve, uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and these unconstitutional mandates being brought down on our citizens. And being able to protect their rights and freedoms under the Constitution.”
The Hillhighlighted the blue state exodus here:
Nine years ago I published a piece that asserted, “Voters around the country are concluding it’s better to be red than dead,” applying almost the exact opposite meaning to an old phrase referring to communism. New Census Bureau figures appear to confirm my prediction — mostly.
My point was that many voters were, and are, increasingly fed up with the high taxes, heavy regulations and increasing social wokeness that have come to characterize most blue states — i.e., those dominated by liberal politicians and policies.
I argued that voters wanting to live in a business-friendly, fiscally responsible state that minimizes its tax burden would either vote out the liberals destroying their state’s economy or flee to a red state. The latest Census Bureau report highlights the red-state shift.