The Magic of Accountability

The vicious, evil, treasonous, MAGA thugs (MAGAT’s) who attacked our democracy on Wednesday, and murdered a police officer in the process, are being tracked down and arrested one by one. We’ll never get them all, but hopefully we’ll get enough to kill this evil movement dead.

As expected there have been some lightening fast jailhouse conversions. It’s amazing the magical effect a dose of accountability can have. Here’s a quote from a fired Chicago CEO arrested for entering the smashed capital building.

In a moment of extremely poor judgment following the Jan. 6 rally in Washington, I followed hundreds of others through an open set of doors to the Capitol building to see what was taking place inside.

My decision to enter the Capitol was wrong, and I am deeply regretful to have done so. Without qualification and as a peaceful and law-abiding citizen, I condemn the violence and destruction that took place in Washington.

“Trump-aupporting Chicago CEO arrested for allegedly entering Capital during riots”, USA Today

Notice how he minimizes his actions, and claims to be a “peaceful and law-abiding citizen” who just innocently wandered in through a set of open doors. I guess we’re just supposed to ignore the fact that he was able to wander through those doors because they were smashed open.

Like all MAGAT’s, he is a habitual liar in full spin mode. Already, MAGATs are trying to blame antifa for their own vile actions. What spineless, wormy bastards. Disgusting. They should at least have the decency to own their actions.

I hope that justice will be swift and sure. I hope that the punishment fits the crime. No more coddling of these domestic terrorist thugs. They are too dangerous to be walking freely among us – taking selfies with police officers.

Let’s think for a minute about how this evil MAGAT-traitor came to be at the capital that fateful day.

This was not a “moment of extremely poor judgement”. This is the end result of years of willful self-delusion.

MAGAT-traitors have spent four years worshiping at the feet of greasy orange hitler. MAGAT-traitors are so twisted by their overblown sense of entitlement, that they thought nothing of nullifying the votes of 81 million of their fellow citizens. When they didn’t get what they wrongly felt they were entitled to, they chose to participate in a domestic terrorist attack.

These MAGAT-traitors were so in love with greasy orange hitler’s savage bullying, that living without it was something they could not abide. They applauded and emulated greasy orange hitler’s extreme narcissism and selfishness. They supported every treasonous act and statement which undermined our democracy. They thought nothing of the harm done to their country or their fellow citizens. In fact, reveled in that harm.

Most of all, they chose to believe vicious lie after vicious after vicious lie.

That is why this MAGAT-traitor-former-CEO found himself at the capital that day. It didn’t come out of nowhere. There was a long, slow lead up. Like all MAGAT-traitors, he made a long series of deliberate decisions that lead him to charge through those smashed doors as part of a violent mob.

Only now, after losing his job and being arrested does he express any remorse.

Remember…

This MAGAT-traitor, like all MAGAT-traitors, has only one regret. SUFFERING THE CONSEQUENCES OF HIS ACTIONS.

The evil that was in this MAGAT-traitor’s heart from the beginning is still there. A CEO, the top executive of a company, surely has the smarts to tell the difference between the truth and a lie.

This MAGAT-traitor, like all MAGAT-traitors, chose to believe the lies about a stolen election. Like his many treasonous cronies, he chose to allow those lies to guide his actions.

It’s time to stop regarding Trump supporters as poor, deluded victims of misinformation. Their actions are deliberate. If they can choose to believe lies, they can just as easily choose to seek out the truth.

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