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The Left Has Gone Too Far This Time
Former President Donald Trump (NumenaStudios/Shutterstock)

I’m sorry for the Democrats. There is nothing more prestigious in politics than being signaled by the accusing finger of a porn actress and the betrayal of one of your own. We inevitably ingratiate ourselves with he who has been betrayed and at the same time secretly admire his good taste in women, more for Melania than for Stormy, who must have been pretty before she was miserable, but it is reassuring to know that Trump sets his sights with certain good judgment and avoids White House interns and little girls. Not all former presidents can say the same.

By now there are two things we know about this historic situation: the Left no longer honors even the most basic unspoken understandings, and American politics under Biden looks more like one of Stormy’s masterpieces than ever before.

As expected, Trump’s impeachment has accomplished something unexpected: reuniting the Republican Party. Good reason to thank good ol’ Biden. From Trump to DeSantis, everyone has taken their place by taking a stand with intelligence and unity, denouncing the rat-infested sewer that the Democrats are trying to turn the political contest into, perverting justice if necessary and, above all, trying to further divide the country.

Put it to the test. Every time something suggests to you more division among American citizens, scratch away at the surface a little with your fingernail, and immediately, the evil head of George Soros will appear under the grime. I’ve never met anyone with such immense, pronounced dark bags under his eyes. I could take a nap in each of them. I suspect that a dirty conscience has kept him awake for far, far too long. Good for consciences! Soros has responded to Republican accusations of his cooperation with Bragg by denying it all. But since he has a big mouth, after the denial, he has launched a campaign of sophistry against the right wing and against Trump in particular, and when talking about the “serious charges against the former president,” his evasive speech has become totally inculpatory. We already knew, George.

Throughout history and around the world, any presidential candidate dreams of falling victim to the hatred of others. The Left should know this: the only reason they still fool a few million voters is because they appeal to their emotions by peddling their identitarian victimism. They have miscalculated this operation: they have just turned Trump into a martyr for the Republicans. There is no money in the world that can pay for such an effective campaign when running for the White House.

I believe that woke madness has left famous leftists without reflexes. They have become thick and confused: now that everything is in doubt, not only the sex of angels, but also that of humans, they are not able to think clearly about the most elementary things. That is why I suspect that lately they improvise too much, something like Biden giving his condolences to chocolate chips and interrupting the mourning of the victims’ families with loud laughter.

Thus, they stick to the basics: the Left believes it is progress, which is why it needs to always be starting new things. What they call moving forward. Those things might be good (running an idiot as a candidate just because he belongs to a minority, and losing), bad (promoting the murder of babies), utterly stupid (believing that man can stop global warming), or even suicidal (hormonal treatments and castration for children). Thus, the unprecedented persecution of a former president and candidate breaks a historical taboo and tops the list of historical stupidities in political life. Because yes, they’ve started something new, but it is suicidal.

And they don’t care. Because it’s Trump we’re talking about. They think the whole world spends every waking minute hating Trump, just like they do, but usually people tend to have better things to do. The global Left has been making exceptions since the day Trump approached the White House for the first time. The Democrats went crazy waging war on someone who spoke loud and clear to them and held them up to the mirror. And, in their lunatic blindness, this time they have gone too far. I wouldn’t want to be in the shoes of any Democrat presidential candidate right now. The bad thing about whipping up a storm is that you might get struck by lightning. Even the editorial writers at the New York Times know this.

Trump, turned unexpected victim, should be grateful for this latest favor from Joe Biden and his counterpart Stormy Daniels.


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Itxu Díaz
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Itxu Díaz is a Spanish journalist, political satirist, and author. He has written 10 books on topics as diverse as politics, music, and smart appliances. He is a contributor to The Daily Beast, The Daily Caller, National Review, American Conservative, and Diario Las Américas in the United States, as well as a columnist at several Spanish magazines and newspapers. He was also an adviser to the Ministry for Education, Culture, and Sports in Spain.
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