I have been accused of being “divisive” by numerous trolls in regards to the “thinking of joining the Democrat Party ” video.
I want to address the terminology “divisive.” Exposing something for what it has become is not divisive. Yes, it can be uncomfortable and cause all sorts of uncomfortable emotions, but that’s not due to division. These emotions are due to the reality of truth correlated to what was stated. What is exposed in the video for the most part has not been refuted by Democrats. The Democrat Party of JFK is no more, in fact I’d bet JFK today would be a Moderate Republican. Study his stances on policies and you’d most likely agree. “ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.” The Democrat Party today has evolved into that of a Socialist Party on many of their platforms. The majority of the Party Leaders today wouldn’t counter what was said in the video if asked. Granted not ALL Democrats align with what I said, but the majority would. How can I say that? Look at the legislation they put on the floor to be passed! I do! The legislation is full of ideologies that align with what was stated in the video.
Calling out what is, exposes. To expose brings enlightenment and introspection.
Unity is great and I believe that is what we all ultimately desire. But I believe exposing is not deferring from unity. I believe that name calling is preventing unity and this is divisive. Revealing hypocrisy is not divisive. Yes, witnessing hypocrisy is ugly, but experiencing ugly is not divisive it’s just uncomfortable because at some point one has to confront.
Confrontation is often avoided in life. But at some point one has to ask, is this true & if so, do I believe in and still stand by what is being exposed?
Division doesn’t cause deeper thought, it just fuels anger with no reflection. We witnessed many Hollywood Celebrities and Political Figures instigate division throughout & after the election. Calling our President a “Cheeto,” brings no exposure or deeper thought, it just causes division. If those trolling me really were upset with “division,” than they’d go after these celebrities and political figures who are simply name calling and calling for “blood in the streets” (Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch), or simulating an assassination of our President (Snoop Dogg) because THAT IS DIVISIVE. I haven’t seen any of these people condemn this, instead they are silent.
So the real question is, am I accused of divisiveness because these individuals just don’t like what I am exposing?
Hope this provides some clarity on what REAL division is.