Democrats’ ‘Enabling Act’
Bob Hughes suggests there are parallels between the events following the Reichstag fire in February, 1933 in Nazi Germany, when Hitler's regime used the event to pass the Enabling Act — which allowed them to pass legislation without the approval of the Reichstag, consolidate their grip on the organs of the state and introduce strict censorship, amongst other totalitarian instruments — and the events at the Capitol in Washington DC on January 6.
Any right-minded person could see that nothing in the speech President Trump gave at the time would have encouraged his supporters to behave other than peacefully. He encouraged them to go down to the Capitol and to “peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard”. Yet, the fake, corrupt, partisan media framed this event as an armed insurrection!
There was no outrage when the White House was surrounded by Antifa and BLM activists and a church close by was set on fire in May 2020, or when wailing feminists invaded the Capitol and confronted Senators during the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh in 2018, or during the summer when Antifa and BLM protestors burned down buildings, looted and caused $US2 billion in damage to businesses and people's homes. Instead, some Democrats advocated defunding the police.
Strangely, subsequent to the events at the Capitol, during which the police were seen removing barriers to allow the protesters to pass and ushering them in through the open doors to the building (was it a false flag operation?), the Democrats have been bewailing the inadequate police presence.
No, the real parallel with the Reichstag fire episode came on the evening of January 8 when President Trump's Twitter account was closed. Think of it, the leader of the free world censored by an unelected billionaire!
This was the Democrat's Enabling Act. Google and Apple have ensured that the President and some of his allies (Sidney Powell, General Flynn) can't use the conservative platform Parler, either. Terrifying! America is a short step away from the imposition of a totalitarian dystopia.