Outside the Donald Trump conference in Iowa, his aides were discussing civil war, but Chuck Todd is questioning whether democracy is at stake.
“We are sick, you know. We will not take it. I see civil war coming. I do. I see civil war coming.” pic.twitter.com/h7DpIEj9wr
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PolitikoSarah) August 10, 2021
Trump supporter told MSNBC, “ I think the Republicans are about as weak as they can be in a meeting. You have at least six that are their main salt, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, and two or three one. The rest of them are the same like Democrats. They stayed there too long. That’s the establishment. I don’t care The American people because they are in their upper tower. We’re just sick, you know. We do not take it again. I see civil war is coming. I do. What civil war is coming. ”
Trump is attracting people who hate his government and is telling anyone who will listen that he is interested in a civil war.
Chuck Todd Wants To Be Alarmist To Ask If Democracy Is In Danger
So far, this is how Chuck Todd opened Meet Meet Press:
Good Sunday morning –
Is it dangerous to say that our democracy is in danger?
Or are we looking for the abyss?
To the bottom of Fmr. Pres. Trump’s actions on January 6 will help us better understand the spread of the Constitution. pic.twitter.com/7lwfnagDv6
– Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) August 10, 2021
Corporate Media Means The Dangers Of Democracy As A Political Issue.
The media companies only know how to appeal to Republicans by criticizing both sides. Chuck Todd’s questions were nonsense. The Capitol invasion was proof enough that there are millions of Americans who are determined to destroy democracy in the name of Trump.
This is not the case for both parties.
The other party wants to undermine democracy, and is backed by working journalists who enjoy playing silent.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. It is also the White Pool Pool and DRM correspondent at PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduation program focused on the common good, especially in the future.
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