Wray said that on Sept. 25. On Sept. 17, he said the exact opposite, and got scolded by Trump via Twitter. Now, I’m not saying he changed his mind to appease his boss and keep his job — but he did change his mind to appease his boss and keep his job.
You’re still conflating AntiFa with anarchists. Until you get that straightened out, you’ll keep getting it wrong.
If you want the Democrats to play nice with the Republicans, the Rs have to make some changes.
1) stop lying about the election
2) admit Biden’s presidency is legitimate
3) condemn Trump’s attempt at a coup
4) admit that RW domestic terrorism is a threat to our democracy
4) recognize that Trump’s actions in the last 6 months (at least) showed an engagement with autocracy and authoritarianism.
Otherwise, we’ll never get anywhere.
I’m putting all my chips on 26!
The last 4 years were the acme, the zenith, the peak, the nonpareil of corruption, arrogant incompetence, sanctimony, and disrespect.
With luck and divine providence, we shall not see its like again.
Free market? Even Adam Smith didn’t believe in completely unregulated markets.
Not AntiFa, anarchists. One of the banners read, “We don’t want Biden. We want revenge for [list of grievances]”.
“Revenge” is not part of the protest language of the left. (Restitution or redress, yes.) And our banners are one topic, one banner. It’s more effective messaging.
They weren’t AntiFa. They were Black Bloc anarchist assholes. AntiFa wouldn’t go after the local DNC headquarters.
Are those Trump’s lawyers in Kraig’s tentacles?
Your pedant pendant?