The Democratic Party has turned violent in recent weeks, thanks in no small part to the irresponsible “Dark Brandon” character that the White House PR team unleashed early this month.
First seen on Twitter, “Dark Brandon” is some marketing gimmick used by the left in which they try to portray Joe Biden as a transformative character, who is now suddenly a quick-witted and angry Democrat who’s looking to push back against the GOP.
The shift has already produced suggestions to “kill MAGA” by an Ohio congressional candidate, and now a sitting member of the Senate has suggested that a “literal call to arms” has arrived.
Democrat extremism in the wake of President Joe Biden’s “Dark MAGA” speech heated up some more on Wednesday when Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) issued a “call to arms” on the Senate floor while debating a national abortion ban.
“When I hear my colleagues talking about how, you know, ‘it should be state rights’ or ‘government should not be telling us what to do,’ the word ‘hypocrites,’ it doesn’t even go far enough to call them out on what they’re doing,” said Hirono.
Then came the troubling tirade.
“This is an outright attack on women in this country,” she continued. “That is how I see it. That is how more and more women and those who support our right to make decisions about our own bodies, that is how we see it. Why? Because that’s what’s happening.”
Hirono concluded her speech by saying the proposed abortion ban after 15 weeks is “literally a call to arms in our country.”
This vicious vitriol will undoubtedly move the national needle in ways that our country is not prepared for, and the violence that appears to be looming over the horizon mustn’t be misconstrued as anything but what the Democrats have been wishing for.