How The Protests Are Halting The Socialist Takeover of America

It is no secret to those with a skeptical mind that the Democrats want to use the over-hyped Chinese Bat Flue to bring about a new era of socialism and authoritarianism. As part of this plan, their short-term goal is to ruin the US economy and ultimately Trump’s chance at reelection. This has driven them to force freedom loving citizens to stay at home causing job loss, business failure, and a breakdown of the American way of life.

However, due to the rioting happening in Minneapolis and across the country, the Democratic takeover plan might have been thwarted. Not only are protesters getting out and congregating together, they are also breaking windows and burning down buildings. On the surface, this may seem like an awful response and something to not be praised. Both the Democratic mayor of Minneapolis Jacob Frey and his Democratic partner Governor Tim Walz would agree. However, it is curious how the same people who support protesters such as Colin Kaepernick now suddenly don’t support these protesters. Why is this the case? The answer is made clear once we look at the details.

The Democrats want to see our economy in ruins and the protests are actively going against their hostile takeover plans. As the great Fredric Bastiat laid out in his 1850 essay Ce qu’on voit et ce qu’on ne voit pas with the parable of the broken window, opportunity costs, as well as the law of unintended consequences, impact economic activity in ways that are unseen or ignored. The fact that destruction is good for the economy is made clear by his excellent work. Breaking windows not only gets people out and about it also creates jobs for a variety of different sectors and helps put Americans back to work. If you live in Minnesota or anywhere else for that matter, consider doing your part to help the American economy and stave of the socialist take over by the Democratic Party by engaging in destructive rioting!

-Brad (Juice CJ)

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