WASHINGTON — From ConstitutionUS.com:
Over 200 years old, the US Constitution is perhaps the most successful Constitution ever written. It has ensured the United State’s stability as a self-governing nation-state while protecting the rights and freedoms of the people. Such a long-standing document could only have come about through the careful deliberation of America’s most highly educated leaders. They set out to create a unique and unprecedented document that would ensure a free state that was powerful enough to defend itself. This careful balancing act between state and federal power makes the US an almost perfect union founded upon a carefully constructed constitution.
For 235 years, US Constitution has been the backbone of American Democracy. It was written by the wise and noble men who had the foresight to make American system of government incredibly strong and resilient. American Democracy was tested, and persevered, through much violence and turmoil — both foreign and domestic.
However, the very people who deny that US Constitution has any redeeming value are trying to convince you that American Democracy today is as shaky as any bridge Michael Moore walks on. Just like CNN ratings, American system of government is in danger of plunging down any second.
Let’s look at the “threats” that the far-left demagogues are telling us make American Democracy so fragile. If you passed a high school civics course, you know them as the very foundations of American Democracy.
Freedom to speech and assembly
Let’s hear from the renowned expert on the Bill of Rights, Brian Stelter:
“I think, big picture here is the concerning trend line here. People are going more and more into their own echo chambers, more into their own bubbles, especially Trump voters. There’s this new social media app, called Parler, getting a lot of attention. Because conservatives are leaving, saying they’re leaving Twitter and Facebook, going off to Parler because they believe Parler is a safer space for them.
It is a threat to democracy that these people are in echo chambers and they’re getting fed a diet of lies essentially.”
According to Stelter, Trump voters are uniquely susceptible to “going into echo chambers.” Brian firmly believes that CNN has a much broader spectrum of audience than Fox or Parler. I am sure that’s true — all 5 conservatives who watch CNN just love to hear themselves referred to as “the credulous boomer rube demo.”
News flash to Brian Stelter: the only thing that’s “broad” about CNN is the extent of its failure. Even liberals now prefer to listen to Mike Lindell rather than Brian Stelter. But Brian wants you to believe that jailing people who created Parler, followed by giving everybody a mandatory CNN and Facebook subscription, is a healthy expression of American Democracy.
Freedom of the press
Let’s hear from The Washington Post heavyweight Max Boot:
“In office, Trump was the greatest threat to U.S. democracy. Now it may be Tucker Carlson.”
According to Max Boot, Tucker Carlson is single handedly destroying American Democracy by virtue of doing an hour-long daily show. By questioning mask mandates, Tucker Carlson poses more danger to American Democracy than the JFK assassination, The Cold War, North Korea’s nuclear program, and Chinese expansionism.
Tucker Carlson’s daily monologues are putting a spark into the dead wood that is the brain of an average college student. That may inspire them to leave their social justice Facebook group chat and read actual studies on masks, many of them proving Tucker Carlson to be correct. But that kind of dangerous waste of time is what Washington Post considers a danger to American Democracy.
All people are created equal
That kind of “outlaw mentality” is making America a “Soviet Style police state,” according to a famous civil rights lawyer Jim Acosta:
“The new culture wars are impacting our laws. And some experts fear, they could be weakening our democracy, just as badly as the Big Lie.”
“A recent report shows there are dozens of new proposals opening pathways to punish teachers teaching things that parents don’t like. Why doesn’t this upset the traditional conservative tenets of liberty, anti-censorship and freedom? I guess, you know, if you want to cancel your teacher, you just have to email the governor in Virginia and, I guess, rat them out in other ways in other states.”
According to Jim Acosta, if a parent doesn’t like what their child’s teacher is presenting — say, the evolution theory or the Pythagorean theorem — all they need to do is call their governor, and the teacher will disappear just as quickly as “the enemies of the state” in Stalin’s Russia. It is very puzzling to Jim that “the traditional conservatives” would not support a teacher’s “freedom” to recite a discredited racist doctrine. Doing whatever we can to indoctrinate impressionable children into hating each other and their country is very essential to preserving American Democracy.
Watch the renowned Constitutional scholar Stephen Colbert making an argument that the Senate does not provide “any possible positive purpose,” and in fact, is as preposterous to American Democracy as a funny joke is to his show:
According to Stephen Colbert, because Senate often makes decisions that he disagrees with, it’s very anti-Democratic and must be immediately abolished. The only way to save American Democracy is crown Elisabeth Warren as queen and send her all your money so she can finally transform America into a socialist paradise — as we all know, those have been historically famous for their very Democratic government systems.
The Supreme Court
See a panel of legal experts of “The View” explain that Supreme Court is “very anti-Democracy” because Amy Coney Barrett is a white woman.
According to Joy Behar, American Democracy is under a severe threat from a woman who doesn’t even have the decency to wear a name tag with her preferred pronouns clearly visible. Justice Barrett is such an abomination to the women’s movement that her designation as a woman requires the use of air quotes — something you would never be allowed to do to an “actual” woman like Lia Thomas.
All of the above-mentioned concepts pose such imminent danger to American Democracy that they finally prompted Jim Acosta to launch a new show appropriately named Democracy in Peril:
“Our democracy may be in peril, but it’s not finished. Yes, we need to defend this democracy. It’s only as strong as those who are willing to protect it. But if you ask me, I think it’s time to go on offense. And going on offense includes combating one of the greatest enemies to democracy, misinformation.”
For those of you who are still not paying attention, American Democracy is in dire trouble, and the only thing protecting you from a 17-year-old boy wearing a MAGA hat becoming your next Fidel Castro is Jim Acosta. Let’s hear it for him, everybody! But tell Jim not to quit his day job of Trump stalking just yet — his ratings are abysmal.
On a serious note, while American Democracy is not in danger of toppling any time soon, there are currently two things that are not conducive to it.
The media corruption. The media has always been widely referred to as “the fourth branch of government.” The purpose of the independent media is to report on “powers that be” and expose any abuses or failures that come from them. Today, the media fully abandoned the role of an impartial arbiter and is taking directions from those it is intended to scrutinize. The media today is an active participant in curtailing people’s liberty.
The liberal education system. Today, American schools and colleges do not intend to teach your children knowledge or skills that will prepare them to be the leaders of the future. People responsible for educating your children indoctrinate them into a pernicious ideology, teaching them to agree rather than to think. The younger generation is growing up without learning scientific and historical facts, the motivation to succeed, and the ability to think critically. They are trained to be the population that is easily controlled and manipulated, making them unwilling and unable to stand up and defend their rights and freedoms.