The public circus that was Roger Stone’s arrest has Sean Hannity in panic mode.
According to Hannity, the situation is so dire, he believes, “We’ve lost our country.”
We have come to a point in this country where being a conservative is now considered a bad thing.
In the past several years, we have seen Democrats get away with bribery, security breaches, and outright dereliction of duty when it comes to protecting our agents and soldiers.
Not a single one of them is behind bars right now.
Barack Obama circumvented Congress to implement legislation he wanted to put in place.
He went around our legislators to buy off Iran.
We have all seen the photos of the pallets of cash on the runway, yet nothing was ever done.
In fact, he and people like Hillary Clinton are held up as an example of the ideal public servant.
The same cannot be said about those that are conservatives.
Paul Manafort cheated on his taxes and may never see the light of day again.
General Michael Flynn mixed up some events and was nationally disgraced.
Then, of course, there was the arrest of Roger Stone.
Had one just tuned into CNN, you would have thought they were taking down a terrorist on the most wanted list.
Hannity put it best, stating, “If you don’t apply the laws equally, only going after one group of people because of their political views, and you protect people with other political views, you’ve lost our Constitution. We’ve lost our country.”
The Wayward Path
All of this started several years ago when the IRS was being used to target conservative groups.
Conservative groups were targeted by social media giants Facebook and Twitter, limiting their exposure on these platforms.
The sense of “the only right way is the liberal way” was further pushed in virtually every form of entertainment we know.
Movies, TV shows, music… today, it is all spreading a liberal message.
Our schools and universities are filled with teachers and professors who laugh at conservative ideas and ram liberal ideology down our children’s throats.
Some may say Hannity is being a bit dramatic in his proclamation, but that hardly seems the case.
In fact, one could easily say this proclamation should have been made years ago because we are clearly deep down inside the liberal rabbit hole now.