Carville Goes Off The Deep End; Says Republicans Will "Kill People" To Stay In Power
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Democrats have a long history of saying and doing outrageous things, but in the age of President Donald Trump, they have taken their gloves off and have completely destroyed what little civil political discourse we had left after Barack Obama’s two terms.
The things that these people say not only about the president but his supporters are an abomination, like comments uttered by longtime Democratic political operative James Carville.
Already known for his salty style, he went far above and well beyond the parameters of decency this week when he literally predicted that Republicans “will kill people to stay in power.”
Carville used Wisconsin’s decision to go ahead and hold its April 7 primaries as scheduled to accomplish two things: Bash the political opposition in an over-the-top manner and perpetuate the Left-wing hype that coronavirus is a planet-killer.
Carville stated that former Vice President Joe Biden is in “commanding position” to win the presidency, but worried that Republicans would make it harder for people to vote. Biden became the Democratic Party’s presumptive nominee Wednesday after Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, his last remaining challenger, ended his campaign.
“Trump — all the Republicans admit it, we can’t win if everybody votes,” Carville said during an interview on the little-watched network MSNBC, which was hosted by serial fabricator Brian Williams.
“My kind of mission here in the short term is to sound the alarm to say Mitch McConnell and the Supreme Court, they’re going to do everything they can to hold on to power and Speaker Pelosi and Leader Schumer we’ve got to dig in and make sure states have funding to conduct these elections and to put pressure on them to make sure they’re done fairly,” he said — a laughable statement considering that Democrats are the party of vote fraud.
Carville then complained that the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s ruling mandating that Tuesday’s election proceed as scheduled was “one of the most awful things I’ve ever seen in my life.”
On the level of the 9/11 attacks, Vietnam, Hurricane Katrina, the Obama years? Carville gave no context for ‘most awful things’ so I really don’t know what that is supposed to mean.
“Just the extent they’ll go to to hold on to power. It was all about one Supreme Court seat in Wisconsin,” Carville said. “They will kill people to stay in power. Literally.”
In any event, the Wisconsin Supreme Court wasn’t the only high court to rule on this. The U.S. Supreme Court weighed in too, and backed the state’s decision. But Carville…he knows better.
The U.S. Supreme Court slapped down a bid by Wisconsin Democrats to ‘tinker’ with the state’s primary election with a late Monday decision rejecting their demand to extend mail-in voting for days.
“Extending the date by which ballots may be cast by voters — not just received by the municipal clerks but cast by voters — for an additional six days after the scheduled election day fundamentally alters the nature of the election,” the majority opinion read.
“The court would prefer not to do so, but when a lower court intervenes and alters the election rules so close to the election date, our precedents indicate that this court, as appropriate, should correct that error,” the majority opinion added.
That pesky Constitution, huh Carville?
What he’s really ticked off about is that both high courts refuse to accede to Democratic demands to legitimize “mail-in balloting,” which is subject to incredible vote tampering and was used to steal Republican seats in California in 2018 (ballot harvesting).
As for Republicans ‘killing people’ to stage an election, Americans voted during the Civil War, for Pete’s sake. They can vote during a viral outbreak that is already showing signs of decline.