How do the French Revolution and The Squad compare?

How do the French Revolution and The Squad compare?

Maximilien de Robespierre was the original #FakeNews journalist who sought to destroy everyone who disagreed with him. (Why does the name Joe Scarborough come to mind?)

After silencing 17,000 of his critics, his end of life was found at the fall of the executioner’s guillotine blade. You might say, what goes around, comes around. Or to be theologically correct: you reap what you sow.

What Were Robespierre’s Pronouns?
The French Revolution was led by sociopaths who politicized language, much like today’s Jacobins.

“It was a revolution largely run by sociopaths. One, Robespierre, the “messianic schoolmaster,” saw it as an opportunity for the moral instruction of the nation. Everything would be politicized, no part of the citizen’s life left untouched.”

Our own Robespierrean revolution began with the 44th president, Barack Obama, whose chief goal was to fundamentally change America. Like Robespierre, Obama set about his grand revolution that would take our beloved country toward a dark and uncertain future.

What’s Obama’s legacy? Socialist Democrats fight to take over the Democratic Party. Their goal is total socialism, complete control over every aspect of our lives. The four freshmen representatives, now known as The Squad, epitomize the radical socialists.

Even Democrats now acknowledge the grand immigration crisis on our southern border, but Democrat leadership does nothing to bring sanity to the situation.

Is it too late for the Democrats to restore sanity to the House?

Only God can end this insanity best described as Trump Derangement Syndrome. So it is, I shall appeal to God for divine intervention in the affairs of this nation.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

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