Conservatives have feared for months that former Vice President Joe Biden might end up in the Oval Office on Jan. 20 of this year. As that fear begins to materialize into a plan for reality, many have consoled one another, encouraging one another that we will press on and do better in 2024.
Unfortunately, liberals have made no secret of their plans to turn those fears into a reality.
That was clearly demonstrated by Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson and New York Times Magazine’s Nikole Hannah-Jones, who agreed that there is a need for “millions of Americans, almost all white, almost all Republicans” to be “deprogrammed” and punished before the country should “move on to reconciliation.“
The Blaze reported that their conversation was covered on Wednesday’s episode of “The Rubin Report,” where host Dave Rubin said he is of the opinion that everything conservative commentators have been warning Americans about might be coming to pass.
“There are millions of Americans, almost all white, almost all Republicans, who somehow need to be deprogrammed. It’s as if they are members of a cult, the Trumpist cult, and have to be deprogrammed,” Robinson said on MSNBC Tuesday.
“Do you have any idea how we start that process?” he asked Hannah-Jones.
“There has to be consequences. And then once you get those consequences … people have to take a second look at their actions, and they have to be afraid to do the types of violence that we saw last week,” Hannah-Jones suggested. “What has long been the case in this country, is that we have wanted to quickly move on to reconciliation. We’ve always been afraid that if you actually punish those kinds of white nationalist elements in our society, it will only make things worse. But, in fact, what history shows is not reacting, not forcing accountability, only emboldens those people and those movements.”
Ruben also discussed a controversial op-ed in Forbes where the magazine’s chief content officer, Randall Lane, warned companies off hiring anyone who worked in the Trump administration, particularly White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
“Let it be known to the business world: Hire any of Trump’s fellow fabulists above, and Forbes will assume that everything your company or firm talks about is a lie,” Lane wrote. “We’re going to scrutinize, double-check, investigate with the same skepticism we’d approach a Trump tweet. Want to ensure the world’s biggest business media brand approaches you as a potential funnel of disinformation? Then hire away.”
Additionally, a newly released video from Project Veritas reported on by Fox News showed a PBS attorney advocating for Homeland Security rounding up Trump supporter’s children for reeducation in “camps.”
“Even if Biden wins, we go for all the Republican voters and Homeland Security will take away their children,” Beller says in the video. “And then we’ll put them into reeducation camps.”
The attorney went on to explain that they would be “enlightenment camps,” insisting they are “nice” places with “Sesame Street characters in the classrooms and they watch PBS all day.”
If American parents were ever in doubt that networks like PBS were using their programming to turn children away from the teaching of the parents, it’s worth noting that at least one attorney at the network is deadset on making a change through the minds of children.
Beller then talked about his deep concern for children who have grown up “knowing nothing but Trump for four years,” insisting “you’ve got to wonder what they’re going to be like,” seeming to indicate that it has been an inhospitable and inappropriate place for children to grow up.
“[Are we] raising a generation of intolerant, horrible people, horrible kids?” Beller wonders.
Another point in the video, Beller can be heard calling Americans “so f—ing dumb” and as opposed to Washington which is “good to live in” and “a place where people are educated and stuff.”
“Could you imagine if you lived in one of these other towns or states where everybody’s just … stupid?” Beller asks. The PBS employee seemed to take joy in the spike in coronavirus cases in “red states,” repeatedly calling the surge “great.”