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American News Jan 30, 2021 6:21 PM EST

WaPo actively advocates for one-party system, which would put US a step closer to China

The Washington Post on Friday published a scathing criticism of the Republican Party, and specifically of ex-President Donald Trump, saying that the GOP is "dead."

WaPo actively advocates for one-party system, which would put US a step closer to China
James Anthony Montreal QC

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The Washington Post on Friday published a scathing criticism of the Republican Party, and specifically of ex-President Donald Trump, saying that the GOP is "dead."

Kathleen Parker, the article's author, feels that the Republican Party will no longer stand, due to too many of them supporting Trump, and considers there to be a death of what she calls "ordered liberty".

"[The Republicans] missed and failed — and deserve to spend the next several years in political purgatory. The chaos now enveloping what’s left of the Grand Old Party after four years of catering to an unstable president is theirs to own. Where conservatism once served as a moderating force — gently braking liberalism’s boundless enthusiasm — the former home of ordered liberty has become a halfway house for ruffians, insurrectionists and renegade warriors."

Parker then goes on to speculate as to whether Trump is or has been blackmailing his Republican colleagues:

"For Donald Trump, you went down this road? Either Trump has a stockpile of incriminating videos — his people have people, you know — or today’s Republicans are the weakest, wimpiest, most pathetic crop of needy nincompoops in U.S. history."

She then goes on to talk about the specific case of Rep. Marjorie Greene, a controversial Congresswoman:

"Suddenly, the “good ones” are worried about their newest member, Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), a QAnon-promoting female version of Trump — only without the charm. You begin to see how this monster mutates like a certain virus into ever-more-dangerous versions of itself. Among other things, Greene embraces the conspiracy theory that the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre and the slaughter at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., were staged. One struggles for words, but I’ll settle for 'creep.'"

The article solely deigns to attack people within the Republican party, not once mentioning any of their counterparts on the Democrat side of things.

It would be eminently possible for any critic to agree with the points made, without agreeing with the idea that the GOP is finished, considering that things like low-grade populism and corruption and even lamentable calls to violence are clearly bipartisan problems.

The WaPo article concludes with:

"Going forward, not only will House Republicans be associated with a colleague who “liked” a Twitter post calling for Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s murder. They’ll be attached to QAnon, which promotes the extraordinary fiction that Trump was leading a war against Satan-worshiping pedophiles and cannibals, whose leadership includes Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Tom Hanks and, oh, by the way, yours truly, as well as U2’s Bono."

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