I have little doubt the killing of Lee Keltner by Matthew Dolloff will be one of the most politized crimes of 2020, despite it happening so late into the year. As of writing this, Dolloff is being charged on accounts of murder, in spite of the fact he was clearly in self-defense.
All of the reasons given for claiming Dolloff is a murderer (or even a terrorist, as I’ve seen some people call him) are various forms of laughable. One claim constantly repeated by this crowd is that mace is not a deadly weapon. One user on Twitter even replied to my claim that mace can be lethal — which is objectively true, especially if the person has breathing issues of some kind — with the following:
Yeah sure buddy, that’s not going to work! What’s the body count of antifa in Portland Oregon after deploying mace on the police?
Of course, if someone in Portland sprayed mace at a police officer, he’d be shot. Rayshard Brooks was killed for shooting an officer with a taser, a weapon much less deadly than mace, and for fleeing the crime scene with it. That death caused some minor outrage — although nowhere near the level of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, or Jacob Blake — but most people thought he deserved it (I know, as I was in the minority who thought he didn’t).
This is how Trump’s America works, the biggest crime in this nation is resisting their attempts to attack you. That is the reason Matthew Dolloff has earned so much hatred from them — The Post Millennial dug up as much dirt as possible and used Orwellian word choices to mask what happened. This is also why Kyle Rittenhouse, the kid who walked into a riot and shot three people, is considered a hero. Once again, they won’t say what he actually did — I have heard mind numbing sentiments like “the riot came to him,” in spite of the fact he admits to intentionally entering a riot zone with a massive riffle, from his worshippers — but the overall message is clear, they will kill you if you resist their efforts — and those efforts are also too kill you.
The psychological victory over these people is a good enough reason to not want a Trump victory in 2020, Dolloff taught them they were mortal, they need to learn they can lose. Rather these people are actual evil or just misguided do-gooders, I don’t care — they’re trying to kill fellow Americans and getting mad when they aren’t allowed to. Far as I’m concerned, it is near impossible for them to not be the bad guys who are in need of being fought.
The reason why this ties back to Trump specifically is because he is the one encouraging this. After the COVID-19 outbreak, Republican politicians talked nonstop about “breaking the medical supply chain,” which basically meant denying people medicine if it came from the wrong country. Far as I’m concerned, this is evil — if you take my life to fulfill your nationalism fetish, you are an evil human being.
At the same time, the President had been spreading as much anti-China propaganda as possible. My favorite of which remains Senator Cotton clamming that if you deny COVID-19 was made by China, you’re a communist.
Of course, China has done some truly evil things — which our President has gone along with. John Bolton revealed that Trump praised Xi Jinping’s Concentration Camps for Muslims (you mean the man who ran on a ban on Muslims entering the country doesn’t like Muslims?) only to put sanctions on China over these camps the same day the public learned about this — as happens sometimes.
This is because the President doesn’t actually hate China, he just wants to give Americans an enemy it appears he’s fighting. His previous fights against immigration, Muslims, and Rosie O’Donnell provided him with some kind of enemy he looked tough while fighting. This is what the hatred of China, and free trade in general, is all about. Earlier this year, Trump put a massive tariff on France — did they take our jobs like those Chinese did? Of course not, Trump just wants to look like he’s fighting someone in hopes his supporters will think he looks tough.
This President wants to declare war on China, and will do such a thing during his second term. While many of his supporters are voting for him on the basis of him not starting a new war — despite threatening too in Syria, North Korea, Venezuela, Iran, and many other nations — Trump is clearly planning to pull a Woodrow Wilson on foreign policy in his second term. Wilson went from “He kept us out of war” during his re-election campaign in 1916, to getting us into World War One, to declaring it illegal to be against the war he ran against in the first place. While I hope this is not the case, I have very little doubt Donald Trump will do the same thing once elected to a second term.
You’ve more than likely heard of the famous “Seven Countries In Five Years,” a statement made by General Wesley Clark while being interviewed by Democracy Now in 2007. As he put it, while recalling a conversation with a man from Donald Rumsfeld’s Defense Department:
So I came back to see him a few weeks later, and by that time we were bombing in Afghanistan. I said, “Are we still going to war with Iraq?” And he said, “Oh, it’s worse than that.” He reached over on his desk. He picked up a piece of paper. And he said, “I just got this down from upstairs” — meaning the Secretary of Defense’s office — “today.” And he said, “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.” I said, “Is it classified?” He said, “Yes, sir.” I said, “Well, don’t show it to me.” And I saw him a year or so ago, and I said, “You remember that?” He said, “Sir, I didn’t show you that memo! I didn’t show it to you!”
What is commonly left out is why that happened, it was grooming the American public for regime change in China. Many think Trump is some massive move away from neo-conservativism, however, his desire to continue hiring neo-conservatives like Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence, Gina Haspel, and others show otherwise. His National Security Advisor, Robert O’Brien (not to be confused with Rocky Horror Picture Show creator Richard O’Brien), was even nominated as alternative UN Ambassador (basically a deputy) for John Bolton. Defense Secretary Mark Esper has had a long history working for groups like The Heritage Foundation, and has been a registered lobbyist for defense contractors.
All of this while we have a government declaring war on the one thing that checks their power — the internet. Trump has been talking about Repealing Section 230 (which would lead to more online censorship than ever before, hence why groups like Gab have advised against it), creating new anti-trust laws to use against Twitter, and his supporters even want full on nationalization of the internet. One cannot help but notice this only started once they (barley) made an attempt to fact check the President’s claims — because the idea that reality is objective is something he cannot take.
The administration wants us to live in a world where all information comes from the state. Biden, despite all his flaws, does not — even as the media calls him a dementia ridden racist rapist with a pedophile drug addict as a son, both of whom are nothing more than puppets for the Chinese Communist Party. Just yesterday, Wanye Allyn Root tweeted the following:
BREAKING NEWS. My sources- as high up as it gets- watched videos on Hunter’s laptops TODAY. Just told me point blank…no rumor…they saw Hunter raping & torturing little Chinese children…Chinese govt has the same videos…Biden is compromised. Blackmailed. Can NEVER be Prez.
It would be easy for Biden to attack the media, and he’d probably have the public on his side as well. However, Biden chooses not to (and if one thing will cost him the election, I fear it will be his decency) because he does not want the power to determine what is true and false.
This President wants us to be isolated and unaware of his actions. These are not the actions of a leader, these are the actions of an abuser grooming his next victim — I do not want to be Trump’s battered wife.