Thursday, May 27, 2021

Biden's "Citystate" of Anarchy

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"Citystate" is a sandbox-style video game where you set your own rules and apply your own ideology. 

One episode is "Citystate of Lawless Anarchy" where you build a city without laws on a foundation of lawlessness. And things turn out well.

President Biden spent most of his time in his basement during the election campaign--- was he playing this video game?  

He's appointing people who are apparently pro-anarchy and could be characters from the video. 

Senator Grassley says putting David Chipman in charge of ATF is like putting "Antifa in charge of the Portland Police Department."

Be informed, not misled.

Millions are playing "Citystate"---a video game where you are in charge and can build your "Citystate With No Laws," any way you want---and it turns out well.

Kids and adults playing the game can do whatever is right in their own eyes.

The link above includes a lot of inappropriate language, but I felt parents should be informed.

Senator Grassley reacts to Biden's choices.

Sen Grassley (R-IA) said yesterday that placing David Chipman in charge of the ATF is like putting "Antifa in charge of the Portland Police Department" during opening comments in the Senate  Judiciary Committee hearings.

He began by noting that "Chipman seems to have worked for every prominent gun control group in the country," pointing out that CNN has been celebrating that fact on their network.

Grassley noted specifics like--"Misleading the public about modern sports rifles, arguing against  popular magazine sizes, and advocating for universal background checks."

The senator then added, "Of particular concern is the contempt with which [Chipman] seems to view  ordinary Americans who buy and carry firearms."

He referred to 2020 when Chipman told the press during the COVID shutdown, "If you keep the gun store open there is a risk of first-time buyers who are largely buying out of fear and panic and are untrained."

Grassley concluded with, "Many see putting a committed gun control proponent like Mr. Chipman in  charge of ATF is like putting a tobacco executive in charge of the Department of  Health and Human Services or Antifa in charge of the Portland Police Department."

Chipman is well known for his advocacy against the most popular-selling centerfire rifle in America,  advocating before Congress to demote a God-given right to a government-granted privilege.

And therein is the problem. The current president wants to demote all God-given rights to government-granted privileges.

He wants to build the "citystate" around the destructive ideologies of  Occasio-Cortez, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Nancy Pelosi---you know the list.

The problem is... this isn't Minecraft---it's real life.

21 states are urging Senate leaders to reject David Chipman.

Prior to the hearing beginning yesterday, a coalition of 21 states sent a letter urging that Chipman be rejected.

The letter reflected some of the same concerns raised by Sen. Grassley, concluding that "Americans cannot be reasonably expected to believe he will be an unbiased enforcer of current laws."

Biden knows this, but he's building a different kind of "citystate."

Not surprisingly, Washington, Oregon, and California were not included in that letter. Disappointingly, at least to me, was the absence of Idaho as well. Arizona was one of the 21 states.

The president is not the only one building his make-believe citystate. A coalition of 17 Democrat attorneys general also penned a letter to Schumer, McConnell, Durbin, and Grassley in support of Chipman, saying he is "highly qualified."

The Senate has already confirmed lawless advocate Kristen Clarke to lead the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division. 

With the help of Republican Maine Rep. Susan Collins' vote, Kristen Clarke was confirmed on Tuesday of this week.

Clarke is a fellow lawlessness player in the citystate of anarchy.

The Republicans tried to block her confirmation, not because she's a Democrat, but because of her history of advocating against law and those who administer it.

While at Columbia University, Clarke recommended an essay entitled, "Mumia, 'Lynch Law' & Imperialism" to her mentor for an academic journal.

The essay, written by the late Amiri Baraka, declares, "The Klan is now the Police, with blue uniforms replacing the sheets and hoods. The corrupt racist Judges are petty Klan administrators."

She also promoted the Jussie Smollett hate crime hoax and falsely claimed that Jacob Blake was unarmed when the police shot him.

Ted Cruz, in an interview with the Washington Post, said Clarke and Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta are "two of the most radical nominees ever put forward for any position in the federal government."

Are lawlessness and racism really a solid foundation upon which to build a "city?"

Hans Spakovsky, writing for the Heritage Foundation's "Daily Signal" recently, noted that in a 1994 letter Clarke, a student at the time, co-authored to the Harvard Crimson an article citing a number of "experts" regarding what she called the "truth" about the "genetic differences between blacks and whites."

She posited that "human mental processes are controlled by melanin---that same chemical which gives blacks their superior physical and mental abilities." Additionally, she said, "melanin endows blacks with greater mental, physical and spiritual abilities."

Even the far-left people at Harvard were outraged saying Clarke had resorted to "bigotry, pure and simple," finding her beliefs "almost inconceivable"---shocked that she would have been "elected a leader of black students on campus."

As William Bradford sailed toward the New World, he dreamed of a country that would become a "Shining City on a Hill." His first sermon to his fellow pilgrims carried that title.

Ronald Reagan envisioned that same city.

Current leadership clearly does not. And without a vision the people perish.

President Biden is building a make-believe Minecraft kind of country---if it doesn't end well, a progressive will just delete and choose another game. 

Bradford and those who followed him to the "shining city on a hill" have a very different vision.

America is deeply divided. It isn't even close. And it's about the most important issues.

Abraham Lincoln said, drawing from the teaching of Jesus, "A house divided against itself cannot stand. I believe this government cannot endure, permanently half slave and half free. I do not expect the Union to be dissolved--I do not expect the house to fall--but I do expect it will cease to be divided. It will become all one thing, or the other."

What this house becomes is in the hands of "we the people." And ultimately in the hand of God.

Do not grow weary in well-doing. Stand strong. Trust God and take your stand for righteousness.

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Bold. Be Prayerful.