The term right-wing extremism is used constantly by the American press and Democrat politicians. It is not defined but is a general term to connotate ideas and policies with which the left disagrees. Those of us who identify with the policies upon which our nation was founded are frequently referred to as right-wing extremists.
We right-wing extremists believe that government that governs least governs best. In Article I and Section 8 of the United States Constitution the powers of government are defined. The Tenth Amendment states that those are the only powers the federal government can have. All other powers are restricted for the states and for the people. This is today considered right-wing extremism. The left believes there is no power off limits for the government including declaring that babies can be killed and people must be jabbed even knowing the jab is far more harmful than helpful; it destroys health and kills recipients. We who disagree are labeled extreme.
We right-wing extremists believe that the right to worship God, our right to speak freely, our right to redress our government, and our right to own arms to protect ourselves from a tyrannical government is sacred. The left tells us we are extreme despite the Bill of Rights declaring that these rights cannot be infringed or abridged.
We right-wing extremists believe that all people, regardless of their position at birth, must be free to achieve in the field of their choice. We believe this applies to each individual and factors such as race or gender must not be a factor imposed by government or otherwise. Our Declaration of Independence says that it is self-evident that all are created equally and are entitled to liberty endowed upon them by God. The left believes that people who would support them must be given preferential treatment in all things regardless of abilities or talent. We are called right-wing extremists if we believe the government must not mandate that people be favored for factors such as race or gender.
We right-wing extremists believe that the law must be applied equally to all regardless of their race or gender. We believe that “rule of law” must be stringently upheld. Our founders specifically told us that “Lady Justice” must be blindfolded, considering only the facts of the case and not consider outside factors demanded by society. The left demands arbitrary law, which favors those they believe support them and which always leads to tyranny.
What we know is that we who are labeled right-wing extremists support the beliefs, policies, and practices upon which our nation was founded. We know that those who call us right-wing extremists consider the founding principle to be reprehensible. We can accurately conclude that the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and especially the Bill of Rights would have been opposed by the American Left of today.
You decide if you support or oppose our founding principles. That will tell you if you are a right-wing extremist which supports individual liberty and freedom, or a collectivist which demands tyranny.
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