Capitol Hill Violence and More

A lot has been said in the media about Trump and his followers, especially regarding the last few days. Unfortunately, most or all that has been said is false. So, I want to give my thoughts to try to correct some thinking. I know I am not an expert on everything, but I think I know when falsehoods have been made. I will give my thoughts on four things:

Who is lying about voter fraud?

When Trump said that his election was stolen, was he lying? The media said he was lying. When Trump said that there were multiple cases of voter fraud, was he lying? The media said he was lying. And many others said he was lying. Even Bill Barr said there was no evidence of wide spread voter fraud. And McConnell also seems to be saying it.

Who is lying? Was there voter fraud or not? And was the election stolen? Yes! And Yes! The media is lying! And many others are lying. There are mounds and mounds of evidence to prove voter fraud and to prove that Donald Trump did win the election, but at the very end it was stolen. And just because the courts refuse to hear the evidence doesn’t mean that the evidence isn’t there.

We all know who is lying; and you, whoever you are, will be held accountable for your lies—at the judgment.

Did Donald Trump incite his followers to violence?

Well, that’s a good question? He certainly made his thoughts known; and they were true and true to him. But I don’t think President Trump intentionally intended to stir his followers up to do violence to the police or to the Capitol. I don’t think he really thought everything through. He just wanted justice to be done and wanted to convey it to others. I think he was very hopeful that his vice president would reject the fraudulent electoral votes, and maybe he thought his rally would convince him to do it. Certainly, the President made some wrong decisions, but that doesn’t mean he is totally to blame for the violence—maybe partially to blame. Those who did violence certainly should be held accountable for what they did.

Black Lives Matter followers vs Trump Followers

I have heard many of the media, and also Biden, say that the police treated the Trump intruders much better than the BLM rioters. Yes, I would say that is true. And the reason is because the BLM rioters were much more unruly and rude. They were yelling and cursing at the police. The Trump crowd was not. The BLM people were burning down buildings, overturning police cars, and throwing bombs; and the Trump people were relatively peaceful. The only time they were violent was when they were breaking into the Capitol. Also, the BLM rioters (those who were true believers in BLM) are Marxists and they hate America. But the Trump people love America and they were fighting for America. So, there is a big difference in the two groups and so they should have been treated differently.  

Trump’s Legacy

There is no question that what happened at the Capitol Hill will hurt the Trump legacy. But, knowing Donald Trump, he will find a way to get through it and survive. I think President Trump has been treated very badly and unfairly during his entire presidency. In spite of it all, he has accomplished many good things for America. It is just too bad that much of it will be reversed during the Biden term, and because of the China Virus.

Protests Driven by 3 groups, by Bill O’Reilly

The following was taken from, The O’Reilly Update Morning Edition, June 2, 2020. The three point are directly from O’Reilly, followed by my comments.

PROTESTS ARE DRIVEN BY THREE GROUPS

  1. Sincere protesters. They are those that believe that America does not police the police and that allows constant law enforcement violence toward African-Americans. That violence is reflective of “systemic bios.” (This is what they believe)
  2. Criminals who want to steal. They use social media to pick out targets for destruction [and theft].
  3. Hard core anarchists. This group also uses social media to zero in on soft targets. This is the antifa movement, that is actively trying to destroy the fabric of America. They are ultra-dangerous people who burn and kill with no conscience.

My Comments

In the first group, according to O’Reilly, notice that protesters are protesting police and police violence against African-Americans. And it seems to be pretty much toward all police. I think that is basically what they believe. And I agree that the other two group are also present and intermixed with the sincere protesters.

Most people I think would say that peaceful protests are okay, and even helpful. But what I have seen so far doesn’t come close to a peaceful protest (and that is partly due to the outside criminal groups and antifa). The signs and the constant chants will not result in peace.  They only serve to stir up bitterness, anger, hatred and violence. I suggest that a peaceful protest should include gospel songs and prayers. And the protests must be directed only toward bad cops, or against evil and sin in general. If that can’t be achieved then I think is better not to protest at all. It would be better maybe to organize a group for constant prayer and fasting.