Today is a historical day in America. It’s a day where the side known for the “Silent Majority” has truly awakened the sleeping giant. Today, thousands upon thousands of people stormed the Capitol to protest the unjust and dishonest election results. And it’s a day where the conservative movement is starting to divide.
If you’re proud of your fellow patriots standing up for truth, I’m with you.
If you’re upset with the violence from your own side, I hear you.
It’s okay to feel both.
I’m disgusted that it’s taken breaking into the Capitol for the Democrats to see what we’re capable of. It’s sickening that conservatives have allowed ourselves to be so complacent and quiet for so long that all of a sudden we jump to the extreme of violence to show how we feel. I’m proud that people are finally standing up for truth, but refuse to condone the violence they’re causing, the very violence we condemn Democrats for.
Despite my conflicting emotions, I am and always will be, a conservative.
I will always stand for what is right, defend the truth to the death if necessary, and fight for the rights guaranteed to Americans- both born and unborn, in the Constitution. I will not bend, break, or falter in my beliefs or allow the Left to brainwash me into something I’m not. Intimidation tactics and fear will not prevail.
I have seen so many posts today saying how disappointed people are in conservatives or how it’s a sad day to be a Republican. I’m disappointed that people have taken the protest too far, and I’m disappointed we haven’t stood up to the government before this, but I’m not going to attack the conservative movement as a whole, we are stronger than that.
Conservatives, at the heart of all of this needs to be unity. Not the kind that Biden and Harris want, that type of unity is fleeting and temperamental. I’m talking about the kind of unity that is built deep within that cannot be broken. I’m not asking you to condone the violence, but maybe instead of posting how upset you are with your fellow man, why not post asking for prayers for the country or for there to be peace? All that you’re doing by posting your anger and disappointment in your own party is giving Democrats more to talk about and use against you.
You’re adding to the drama instead of trying to help the problem. Maybe right now instead of one more person posting their angst, what the country could really use is more people praying instead of posting. Whatever you do, and however this plays out, don’t give into the temptation to become an independent or abandon your party. You may not see today as a great day for the conservative movement- that’s okay.
Giving up on your fellow patriots and the values we fight for, is not.
I’ll be the first to admit that a Biden/Harris presidency is going to be a complete disaster. If there’s something we can do to prevent that, awesome, but the next four years are more than likely going to be run by Democrats. Conservatives, we can either fold and allow ourselves to be ripped apart by petty politics and destroy ourselves from within, or allow this diversity, chaos, and uncertainty to make us stronger.
It’s our choice. I say we stand strong, band together, and remember who we are- resilient, fierce patriots who love this country and what it stands for.