You know that Donald Trump has been claiming very clearly and precisely that he won the electoral vote, and that it only looks like he did not because of voter fraud, meaning, that a certain number of American citizens voted twice, or otherwise rigged the elections. This would have to have involved thousand, tens of thousands, or if a matter of actual vote fraud, which is his claim, millions of people.
Messing with voting in this manner is a serious crime, perhaps often a felony.
What we have here is Donald Trump accusing a large number of his opponents of being criminals when he doesn’t even have to. More recently, he asserted that American citizens who express their First Amendment constitutional rights should have their citizenship stripped, and should also be jailed.
Trump isn’t even president yet, and he has made the assertion that he would prefer that a very large number of Americans who disagree with him politically should be jailed and/or their citizenship cancelled. He has previously said that many non-citizens should be rounded up. And once rounded up, shipped out of the country.
What happens if there is not a place to send such individuals? Or, if the government insists that people leave, but they don’t have way to do so, or a place to go? Since they are no longer citizens, they can be detained. Where? Well, if there are a few of them, in jails. If there are a lot of them, perhaps work camps along the Mexican border, where they can be pressed into labor building The Yuge Wall. Or, concentration camps.
But a lot of people are going to be expressing their First Amendment rights, and disagreeing with Trump, if that happens. But if he, along with the Congress he will fully control — because Republicans know nothing other than walking in goose step with their party — gets his way, and laws are passed that strip citizenship from Americans who speak their mind, those concentration camps are going to start getting pretty full.
For that, a solution will have to be found.
This is not funny, people. It is extreme sounding, I’ll give you that. Almost impossible to believe. It can’t happen here. .