My Fantasy Starring Rachel Maddow

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Yes, that headline is clickbait. 

No, I am not sorry. After all, a fantasy is a major element of this essay, so I can vaguely justify the connection between the headline and the story. 


Of course, I could argue that I fantasize about Rachel Maddow being carted off to a camp, but the truth is I don't. Maddow is good for a throw-away story every once in a while, but she only matters to me because she is a spokesman for a decent chunk of the deranged Leftists in America. 

As a person I don't think of or care about her at all, aside from hoping she lives a long (and more silent) life. I certainly don't want to see her in a camp--and neither does Trump. In fact, I suspect he enjoys sparring with her and other liberals, and secretly loves driving her nuts. 

Of course, we all know that Maddow doesn't believe this for a second. She and her ilk were making similar claims during Trump's first term, and somehow it never happened. He sent some mean tweets at them, and those were usually pretty damn funny. 


Her deranged viewers, though, eat this stuff up like it were Joe Biden's ice cream. 

Rachel Maddow said she is “worried” that Donald Trump returning to the presidency could mean she might wind up in “camps” intended to house illegal immigrants.

The MSNBC primetime host told CNN on Monday that she was “worried about the country broadly if we put someone in power who is openly avowing that he plans to build camps to hold millions of people, and to ‘root out’ what he’s described in subhuman terms as his ‘enemy from within.'”

Maddow added: “For that matter, what convinces you that these massive camps he’s planning are only for migrants? So, yes, I’m worried about me — but only as much as I’m worried about all of us.”


REALLY? You are going to go with that?!

Last I checked it has been Democrats musing about the necessary reeducation of Republicans, not the other way around. 

Perhaps that is because Republicans are educable, and Democrats gave up on thinking sometime around 1963. 


Remember Hillary Clinton musing about how there needs to be a "formal deprogramming of the cult members?" I sure do. 

This is yet another example of the Iron Law of Projection, in which you take anything a Democrat says about Republicans and reverse it. Democrats talk about reeducation camps and then claim Republicans want to do it. 

Don't worry Rachel, we don't have plans to put you in a camp. You will make millions more dollars bashing Donald Trump and making outrageous claims like this. 

As for putting Republicans in reeducation camps? If you try, you will find out why the Founders included the Second Amendment in the Constitution. It is there to protect the First. 

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