George Conway: 'Key Political Question' For U.S. Going Forward Is How to 'Deprogram' 75M Trump VotersChris Menahan
Nov. 18, 2020
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The "key political question for our country going forward" is how best to brainwash 75 million Trump voters into submission, according to Lincoln Project co-founder George Conway.
Conway made the comment on Wednesday in response to Washington Monthly writer and DNC Member David Atkins writing on Twitter: "No seriously...how *do* you deprogram 75 million people? Where do you start? Fox? Facebook? We have to start thinking in terms of post-WWII Germany or Japan. Or the failures of Reconstruction in the South."
"This is the key political question for our country going forward," Conway said, concurring that Trump voters should be treated like enemy powers defeated in a war.
Incidentally, Conway can't even control the behavior of his own daughter so I'm not sure how he expects to do any different with 75 million Americans.
That said, here's some of what entailed the denazification process in Germany:
The Nazi Party was banned and advocating National Socialist ideas was made punishable by death.The equivalent process here in America would involve killing Trump supporters who refuse to embrace globalism, banning American/Trump flags, subjecting Trump supporters to show trials and Truth and Reconciliation commissions and forcing us all to attend critical race theory brainwashing courses like those put on by Ashleigh Shackelford.
These are the people telling us we need "unity."
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