We Have Entered a Cold Civil War
Kevin Felts 06.28.18
In a previous article, we talked about how professionals think the United States is headed for another Civil War. Just as there was a Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union, the United States has entered into a Cold Civil War.
There may not be any shooting yet, but there is violence being perpetrated against President Trump’s cabinet members and his supporters. Besides the harassment, there have been threats of bombings like what happened in the 1970s.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was kicked out of a restaurant because she is a member of the White House cabinet.
Maxine Waters is accused of enticing violence against members of President Trump’s cabinet.
“If you see anybody from that Cabinet in a restaurant, in a department store, at a gasoline station, you get out and you create a crowd and you push back on them and you tell them they’re not welcome anymore, anywhere,” Waters said Saturday in Los Angeles.
Polls show that people think anti-Trump protestors will resort to violence.
Around 59 percent of all voters are concerned those opposed to President Trump’s policies will resort to violence and 33 percent are very concerned.
This compares to 53 percent and 28 percent respectively in the spring of Barack Obama’s second year in office.
We have people such as Maxine Waters, who are calling for civil unrest against Trump cabinet members.
Trump supporters are physically attacked at places such as Berkley.
Trump’s zero-tolerance against illegal immigration is causing tremendous more uproar even though previous presidents did the same thing as President Trump.
There is a buzz word going around to describe the people obsessed with opposing President Trump, and it’s called “Trump Derangement Syndrome.” Those people have lost touch with reality and see President Trump as everything but the anti-Christ.
In reference to the article mentioned at the first paragraph, we have entered a Cold Civil War. The lines are drawn, people are taking sides, acts of violence are being committed, and elected officials are enticing more violence.
What is the solution? Maybe for people to step back, take a deep breath, and relax?
President Trump is securing the borders, balancing trade, and lowering taxes. So what is there to be deranged about? He is doing exactly what a president should do.