Statement from the Candidate

In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

To Ban Gone With The Wind Is To Go Out Of Your Mind

Seventy-eight years have passed since the making of Gone With The Wind, and the people who preach understanding, acceptance and diversity now ban a MOVIE that was simply an expression of what actually happened to real people. The movie was tastefully done, unlike the trash that these same liberals produce, such as the movie depicting the assassination of President George Bush, and the bloody beheading of President Donald Trump, which were not re-enactments of history but were rather the left’s wish to overturn elections in which their radical candidates lost and their radical ideas were rejected by the American citizens.

The scenes from the banned movie that the left is so offended by were nothing compared to the absolute savagery and violence that the left actually commits each day with their demonstrations, beatings, fire bombings and their police assassinations. Leftist radicals are now acting out the imagined and pretend violence they expressed with the severed head of Donald Trump and the tearing down of statues of Confederate, Democrat soldiers.

The radical left, in their rage for power and their anger at losing that power when Hillary was defeated by Donald Trump in the last presidential election, have lost contact with reality, and the American people know it and will reward them for their insane actions at the next election.

The losing left has really overstepped the bounds when they ban a simple, historical movie, while encouraging real and present violence with their marches to protest Charlottesville and their ravings about the racism that only they demonstrate, while they claim that President Trump is the problem.  With the banning of this movie, can Nazi-like book burnings be far behind?