Over the weekend at a mysterious event that was apparently only reported on by liberals, former National Security Advisor, General Mike Flynn, got himself into some trouble with the media when he suggested in an off hand comment that a coup could, or should, happen in America.
You can watch that, here:
If you couldn’t get through the video, that’s probably because the sound of liberal talking heads exploding really drowned out the message.
Suddenly, the same radicals who stood by 4 years of the attempted overthrow of Trump were absolutely outraged by the thought that someone could overthrow an American president?
Their poor ears! They’ve never heard anything as bad as what Flynn said! (Even though they probably did hear literally the same thing come out of their own mouth just a few months ago.)
Never one to miss out on a chance to attack a Trump appointee, Liz Cheney weighed in immediately to say “No American should advocate or support the violent overthrow of the United States.”
Now, my issue with Flynn’s statement isn’t with tone. And unlike Liz Cheney, I don’t think it’s a call for violence at all. There’s nothing treasonous about his statement.
But he’s wrong.
He’s wrong because it’s not that a coup “could” happen in America.
The truth is: it already did.
I’m not talking about January 6th. I’m talking about November 2nd, when the media, deep state, and liberal elites all teamed up to steal the presidency from the American people.
Suddenly, that’s a truth even Trump’s loyal allies, like Flynn, aren’t willing to discuss when we talk about coups?
Maybe if he mentioned it next time, liberals would have fewer things to report about what he said.