In the Barack Obama universe, the carnage in Boston, Orlando, San Bernardino, Fort-Hood and Chattanooga dwarfs when compared to the importance of preserving “our values.” (By which Obama means his values, Hillary Clinton’s values, Angela Merkel’s values, Sally Yates’s values, Chucky Schumer’s values, Jeff Bezos’s values, John McMussolini’s values, Lindsey Graham’s values.)
When a politician pules about “the values that make our country great,” to quote Mrs. Clinton, chances are they mean multiculturalism, pluralism, wide-swung borders, Islam as peace, communities divided in diversity as a net positive, and the Constitution—it mandates all the above, just ask Ruth Bader Ginsburg—as a living, breathing, mutating philosophical malignancy.
For them, “protecting” the abstraction that is “our way of life” trumps the protection of real individual lives. “We must guard against a weakening of the values that make us who we are,” dissembled Obama in the waning weeks before he was gone. The empty phrase is meant to make the sovereign citizen—you—forget that government’s most important role, if not its only role, is to protect individual life.
This is something President Trump grasps on a gut level.
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