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Conservative pundit IDs ‘magic’ word he says used by totalitarian regimes, and is being waged against Sinema

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Conservative writer and commentator John Hayward revealed the one word that progressive leftists love to utilize that dangerously enables totalitarianism while using Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s harassment by radical Democrats as an example.

Sinema’s stalkers were not condemned by President Biden as many thought they would be. Instead, he said, “I don’t think they’re appropriate tactics, but it happens to everybody. The only people it doesn’t happen to are people who have Secret Service standing around them. So it’s part of the process.” His words doing nothing to dissuade the activists harassing Sinema.

“‘But’ is one of the magic words that enables totalitarianism. ‘It’s wrong to harass women BUT if they vote the wrong way it’s understandable,’ for example. There are no principles, only privileges that can be revoked by the Party at its discretion to control dissidents,” Hayward began on Twitter referring to Sinema’s ordeal.

“Every totalitarian regime in history has justified its abuses by claiming its victims were Enemies of the People who forfeit the protections of society by choosing to stand against Progress. Every one of them claimed the ‘righteous’ were justified in taking extreme measures,” he continued.

“The weird version of totalitarianism overtaking the U.S. mutated from the ‘crybully’ movement that swept campuses a decade ago. ‘Oppressed’ people supposedly had a right to silence speech that offended them. ‘Justice’ requires using force to correct ‘the inequities of power,'” Haward noted.

“‘Your speech is violence, our violence is speech’ became the battle cry for rioters and cancel culture jihadis. It can be broken down to another use of the magic ‘BUT’ – we’re all in favor of free speech BUT your speech should be treated like a violent assault on the oppressed,” he explained.

“It all traces back to Marxist theories of ‘oppression,’ which are an engine of limitless power for totalitarians. Those who get to define ‘oppressed’ and ‘oppressed,’ doling out benefits to the former and punishment for the latter, wield infinite power,” the conservative pundit contended.

“The Sinema harassment story is just the latest dreary recitation of the usual Marxist dynamic. She’s voting the ‘wrong’ way, so she’s an ‘oppressor,’ which means she forfeits all group identity protections. The Party is all about women’s rights BUT not for oppressors. /end,” Hayward concluded.

Sinema has become a target for radicals on the left and staunch supporters of President Biden over her stance against his massive $3.5 trillion social spending bill. When they could not convince her to vote their way, leftists started resorting to harassment.

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First, her antagonists followed her to a fundraiser on Saturday night. Police were eventually summoned due to their screaming at her.

Then they “deceptively” gained access to an Arizona State University building where they camped outside her classroom until she went to the restroom. They followed her into the bathroom and took videos of her while she entered a stall to relieve herself. One man was among the “activists” filming in the bathroom as well which could be classified as a crime in the state of Arizona.

Monday night, they ambushed her at the airport and stalked her when she was attempting to board a plane. They also approached her while she was seated on the flight. The person who harassed her on the flight was allegedly an illegal alien.

Hayward’s astute focus on the word “but” is appropriate. Sinema is a Democrat “but” doesn’t support Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda, so anything goes.

His words reverberated on social media:

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