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Reader's View: Radical left acts ‘for globalists’ sake

Americans witnessed firsthand the fallacies of government self-control.

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In contrast to letters in the News Tribune that politicize tragedy, an April speech, “Laying Siege to the Institutions,” delivered at Michigan’s Hillsdale College by Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Fellow in Journalism Christopher Rufo, explained how 1960s radical ideologies, based on identity politics and cultural Marxism, risking a takeover of the means of production, were rejected by the mid-1970s. Information and technology just started being touted as the future of employment when, in 1979, now-President Joe Biden’s career was dovetailed to Chinese normalization.

Thirty years later, in 2009, r esearch proved epic failures in U.S. foreign trade policy caused decades of manufacturing declines, enabling massive transfers of wealth from middle-class Americans to globalist elites. The radical left didn’t need a revolutionary takeover of America’s means of production. Multiple administrations ignored the consequences of exporting U.S. manufacturing to places like China. Radical leftists had time to repackage, repurpose, and inject their ideologies into America’s federal bureaucracy, universities, K-12 schools, and big corporations. Globalists seemingly have facilitated a radical-left “long march through the institutions.”

Was it any wonder President Donald Trump, undoing the devastating impact of decades of globalist greed, became the target of one of the most seditious political and legal attacks in modern history? The highest levels of government, already apparatchiks to a biased Democrats-media complex, facilitated the Russian hoax, vindictively distorting centuries-old legal and congressional precedent.

Democrats proving that two standards of justice exist in America, for globalists’ sake, gave new meaning to the notion of jury pools tainted by the poisonous tree. Americans witnessed firsthand the fallacies of government self-control. Institutions feigning accountability eroded trust.

The press still can’t be trusted to differentiate between truth and propaganda. Pondering the Biden regime’s unsustainability, Townhall columnist Kurt Schlichter concluded, “These clowns risk failing their way into an even bigger nightmare.”

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Warner Gouin

Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota

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