“…In the course of my life I have very often been a prophet, and have usually been ridiculed for it…Today I will once more be a prophet…”
It strikes me, as an outsider looking in, that when one set of Americans (in this case the Democrats and their Deep State allies) no longer subscribes to the fundamental and hitherto uncontroversial proposition that only lawfully cast ballots should be counted in a democratic election then those Americans can no longer be regarded as ones ‘fellow countrymen’ with whom one is experiencing a mere ‘difference of opinion’ about which one can amicably ‘agree to disagree’.
That set of Americans have clearly proclaimed their open enmity towards the American Republic and its founding ideals. As such they have elected to be (and must consequently be looked upon as) enemy combatants no different in moral standing to the slave-owning and secession-seeking Confederates of the Democratic Party at the time of the (first) American Civil War.
And they must be confronted and defeated in the same setting and in like fashion as their predecessors: on the field of battle. No?