Outside of Donald Trump’s Iowa rally, his supporters were talking about a civil war, but Chuck Todd is questioning whether democracy is in danger.
Here at Trump’s Iowa rally, Trump supporters are threatening a civil war, “We’re just sick of it, you know. We’re not going to take it anymore. I’m watching a civil war. I do. I’m watching a civil war coming.” pic.twitter.com/h7DpIEj9wr
– Sarah Reese Jones (Politics Sarah) October 10, 2021
Trump supporters told MSNBC: I think about Republicans They can be as weak as possible In Congress. You may have six The price of their salt, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul and two or three Other. The rest of them are the same Like the Democrats. They have been there for a long time. They are installations. They don’t care about them American people because they are In their elite small towers. We’re just sick of it, you know. We’re not going to take it And. I a Civil war is coming. I do. I see Civil war is coming. “
Trump is attracting people who hate their own government and anyone will hear that they are very interested in civil war.
Chuck Todd wonders if the alarmist is asking if democracy is at risk
Meanwhile, Chuck Todd opened Meet the Press:
Good sunday morning –
Is it scary to suggest that our democracy is at risk?
Or are we really looking at the abyss?
Reaching the bottom of the fmr. The press. Jan. Jan. Trump’s move will make it clearer how close we are to the Constitution. pic.twitter.com/7lwfnagDv6
– Meet the Press (eMeetThePress) October 10, 2021
The corporate media is considering the threat to democracy as a partisan political issue.
The corporate media only knows how to appeal to Republicans by blaming both parties. Chuck Todd’s questions were irrational. The Capitol attack was more than enough evidence that there are millions of Americans who are willing to destroy democracy in the name of Trump.
It’s not that both sides do it.
A party wants to destroy democracy, and they are being helped by a corporate media that is very happy to play dumb.
Mr. Easy Managing Editor. He is also a correspondent for the White House Press Pool and Congress for Politics USA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His undergraduate work focuses on public policy, with specialization in the social policy reform movement.
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