Quote of the day—Kyle Kashuv‏ @KyleKashuv

Eric Swalwell Campaign slogan:

I see you.
I hear you.
I’m for you.
I AM you.

But if you don’t turn in your guns I’ll nuke you.

Kyle Kashuv‏ @KyleKashuv
Tweeted on April 11, 2019
[Recall what Swalwell said about gun owners that resisted gun confiscation.—Joe]

4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Kyle Kashuv‏ @KyleKashuv

  1. Like the typical organized crime gang (or Rome) would say; “We all want to get along, no? Of course we do! No one wants trouble, and so you can cooperate and have our silver, or you can sow the seeds of conflict and receive our lead.”

    Oh, they want “peace” and “unity’, for sure, so long as they can claim ownership of, and ultimate ‘authority’ over, everything and everyone.

    Heretics (which authoritarians define as those who think and percieve for themselves, i.e. anyone who exhibits evidence of discernment) must be obliterated. The seeker of truth, who speaks out against lies, will be put down as a perpetrator of “violence against unity” (or any similar phrasology which fits the culture and mood of the time and place – it’s all the same). “Division is of the devil” recently came out of the pope’s mouth, and again it’s exactly the same thing; “shut up and fall in line, or suffer the consequences”.

    It never changes. Good is to be seen as evil, and “unity and cooperation” under a total authroitarian power which can “put an end to division and conflict” (while they’ve been the ones causing it) as good. It never changes, AND it’s very simple.

  2. Swalwell’s agenda is not progressive, but regressive, back to slavery and tyranny. He and others who want to forcibly take from others what they have and keep for themselves are evil.

    “The possession of arms is the distinction between a freeman and a slave. He, who has nothing, and who himself belongs to another, must be defended by him, whose property he is, and needs no arms. But he, who thinks he is his own master, and has what he can call his own, ought to have arms to defend himself, and what he possesses; else he lives precariously, and at discretion.” –James Burgh, 1714-1775, English statesman (before England devolved into disarmed slavery and barbarism)

  3. Threatening to murder 100 million Americans for exercising one of the Bill of Rights should disqualify him from ever being within a mile of the nuclear football.

    Oh yeah, and he is a total prick…with a punchable face.

    • Meanwhile, he would probably appease and accommodate those violating current immigration laws to invade our nation. “The United States SHALL ….protect the States against Invasion…” (Article IV, Section 4, U.S. Constitution) And oh, BTW, according to the 10th Amendment, the Federal Government may LAWFULLY do NOTHING without delegated powers. Swalwell should be asked to cite any “delegated power” for enacting and enforcing gun laws pertaining to the People. Hint: There are NONE!

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