People who have voted for democrats their whole lives got what they voted for and watched their state decline into a bastion of Communism are fleeing in droves to low-tax red states. The latest numbers from the Census Bureau show that 3.2 million more people fled the tyranny of blue state than came into them.
Even in our polarized and right vs. left political paradigm, there is one thing both republicans and democrats can agree on: The federal government should have vast snooping powers and conduct mass surveillance on everyone. They simply disagree over who should be in charge of abusing those excessive powers.
Establishment Democrats are becoming extremely nervous because they are starting to realize that the field of candidates currently running for the Democratic nomination is exceedingly weak. The campaign is nearly a year old, there have been nationally televised debates month after month, and at this point, only three candidates in the field have any chance of winning.
Once intelligent people are talking about actual civil war in America. This began after Trump retweeted a pastor saying impeachment would cause a “civil war-like fracture in this Nation.” Never mind that it was a retweet, and never mind that the original statement used “like” to make a comparison. The next headline was set: Trump Threatens Civil War If He’s Impeached. Newsweek quoted a Harvard Law professor saying that the “threat” alone made Trump impeachable. Another headline asked: “If Trump’s Rage Brings Civil War, Where Will the Military Stand?”