Despite its disputed legitimacy, the incoming Biden-Harris Administration represents a genuine opportunity for American renewal. By way of caveat, however, the opportunity is conditional upon its repudiation of the America-hating globalists who have ruled the Democrat Party for the past half-century. This repudiation will necessarily entail abandoning their diabolical dream of imposing collectivism, inequality under the law, and omnipotent coercive government upon our beloved nation.
Of course, the chances of this repudiation actually happening are slim to none. And slim, as the joke goes, has left town. Truth be told, Biden-Harris and their subversive cohorts are whistling past the graveyard if they believe patriotic citizens will permit them to substitute these Marxist tenets for America’s founding principles of individual liberty, the rule of law, and limited consensual government.
The potential American renewal which I envision will result from resistance to an unrepentant Biden-Harris Administration. What I foresee is a non-partisan grassroots movement of liberty-loving citizens employing non-violent civil disobedience to force our wannabe political masters in Washington, D.C., back within their original, strict constitutional constraints.
If our movement succeeds, America will be renewed as “a nation that has a government, not the other way around” (to quote Ronald Reagan). If we fail, however, what will transpire is not an American renewal, but an American dissolution.
When the metaphorical smoke clears, America will no longer exist as a single, constitutional republic of 50 sovereign states. It will likely become a collection of “blue” tyrannies ruled by “soft” totalitarian masters in the Biden-Obama-Clinton mold and of “red” republics preserving consensual government “of the people, by the people, for the people.”
Should this dissolution occur, the “blue” populace will very soon be consigned as captives within godless, joyless, socialist hellholes. Their descendants will justly curse them as they find themselves longing for the “good old days” of peace and prosperity in what was an admittedly-imperfect, yet undeniably decent, United States of America.
These unfortunates will suffer greatly for having so foolishly preferred the morally-vile ideology of identity politics over the sublime ideal of E Pluribus Unum. The reason is simple: Live-and-let live is infinitely superior to WE SAY SO! as a guiding principle of human society (ref. http://www.newguardsforliberty.com).