Clay Higgins Describes How We Once Didn’t Live Like This And Had More Freedom — Eric Swalwell, the congressional fart who infamously slept with a Chinese spy to the infamous indifference of his California constituents, tweeted, We. Don’t. Have. To. Live. Like. This. (sic) regarding yesterday’s mass shooting at the Highland Park, Ill. Fourth of July Parade.
No. Eric. We. Don’t.
And once upon a time, we didn’t.
Your colleague, Clay Higgins (R-La3) explained it real well during the hearing on your anonymous tipster gun confiscation bill.
Regardless, once we had far fewer regulations involving guns and other things, and life was much better.
What caused the change?
Our culture became sick and twisted. Once our social leaders were well-versed in those who gave us our foundations from Plato to Aquinas to Blackstone to Jefferson to the Bible. Now, these are scorned by these leaders who now claim we are all here by chance, the determination of life is arbitrary and there is no judgement for what we do.
“My body, My self” was actually cooked up by the Marquis de Sade.
How can those who hold these views condemn a mass shooting? Only by hypocrisy. When we teach nihilism we are going to get nihilist acts.
The only way to stop living “Like. This.” is to return to our roots.
And considering the number of nihilists we have created, it is a bad idea to give up our guns.
Here is Higgins’ statement: