Share
Op-Ed

Op-Ed: Daytona 500 Is Perfect Example of Trump's America

Share

You’ve got to give the Democrats their due.

They get their a**es handed to them for the past six months and they barely notice in their zeal to perform a coup d’état.

Coup d’état is a term that we used to hear from either French history or banana republics when we were growing up. According to Google — which was not around when the phrase was formed—it is the “overthrow of an existing government by non-democratic means.”

And that’s exactly what Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and the lesser Democratic lights in the House are still trying to do.

Unfortunately, my sixth-grade (pre-union) civics teacher isn’t around to call it what it is.

Trending:
'Holiday Nightmare Comes True' When Man Makes Strange Discovery in a Ravine on His Property

So, today’s kids are watching an attempted coup and don’t even realize it.

But the American people have endless amounts of good sense and it probably won’t happen because, if it did, I would not rule out an armed intervention from the right.

Don’t believe me?

Tune in this coming Sunday on Fox (the big network, not the news channel) and see why.

Sometime around 2:30 p.m. Eastern, a green flag will drop and 40 of America’s best drivers will race 500 miles in what has been described for years as “the Great American Race.” It will be watched in person by about 200,000 or more of this country’s closest friends and millions more on television. It is officially known as the Daytona 500.

For the most part, this is the group of “boomer rubes” some clown on CNN was talking about last week while the finest “pundits” the AT&T-owned “news” channel could produce laughed their butts off.  This is — in Daytona, that is — the group of “deplorables” who “cling to their guns and religion” that Hillary and Barack talked about.

In short, this is the group of people who finally got tired of being sniped at, told how old, white, racist and stupid we were and who went to the polls in 2016 and took back our government by sending Mr. Trump to Washington.

The Democrats and their associated hangers-on — those who think killing babies is normal, as an example — have been in a state of high dudgeon ever since.

Were Mr. Trump to be removed from his post without the benefit of an election, this nation might discover the real reason our Founding Fathers included the Second Amendment in our Bill of Rights. And the real reason the people who hate Donald Trump with a passion would like to see us only have nine amendments in the Bill of Rights.

Related:
The Argument for Keeping Capital Punishment

Now, I don’t expect that to ever happen or be necessary since the left is all hat and no cattle and the right actually has the guns.

But if it did, you would probably get less than even money that the folks with the guns would win and those who would remove our rights would lose.

This is why the most dangerous place to be in Washington is between Chuck Schumer and a TV camera. Or between Nancy Pelosi and a replica of a Donald Trump speech.

The left, you see, is full of phonies, braggarts and clowns who think that the mere threat of their anger and piling on is enough to get their way.

It’s not.

The left has very few Cliven Bundys, who stared down snipers from the federal government during a Southern Nevada showdown over his cattle. The left has very few people who are willing to fight for what they say they believe in.

The right understands what the term “freedom” means.

So if you want to see exactly where the line is, cross it and find out. Keep it up, Nancy and Chuckie.

But, since you all don’t have the sense God gave a goose, we’ll just watch the Daytona 500 and not worry about it today.

The views expressed in this opinion article are those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by the owners of this website. If you are interested in contributing an Op-Ed to The Western Journal, you can learn about our submission guidelines and process here.

Truth and Accuracy

Submit a Correction →



We are committed to truth and accuracy in all of our journalism. Read our editorial standards.

Tags:
, , , ,
Share
Fred Weinberg is the publisher of the Penny Press, an online publication based in Reno, Nevada (pennypressnv.com). He also is the CEO of the USA Radio Networks and several companies which own or operate radio stations throughout the United States. He has spent 53 years in journalism at every level from small town weekly newspapers to television networks. He can be reached at pennypresslv@gmail.com. You can subscribe, free, to the Penny Press weekly email on the website.




Conversation

Notice: Due to threatened de-monetization, we have temporarily removed commenting while we build a long-term commenting solution that allows you to voice your opinion freely and allows us to continue to publish the news fearlessly and cover topics that you care about. If you would like to personally partner with The Western Journal to help us continue publishing while under relentless assault by Big Tech, please visit our subscription page here. We encourage you to share this article and discuss with your friends.