Dems have their own country — and it is not America

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has it right. The world will indeed end in 12 years, as she says. Surely so at the rate she's going, along with the rest of her Socialist Democrats.

We are doomed if we don't do something about climate change, she warns — and do it fast, or else the sun won't come out tomorrow.

How can she be so sure, sure enough to deserve a lollipop?

She is 29 and like her House Sisters in Socialism and anti-Semitism, Reps. Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, she already knows everything.

From her years as a bartender.

Or maybe she got her wherewithal from the sayings of Chairman Bernie Sanders, for whom it's high time to purge our Democracy.

Maybe not the rest of the world, this cruel fate of Armageddon, but the United States will sure feel belly-up under the Socialist system she and the others propose.

Already the results are in from Ocasio-Cortez's Socialist program, as seconded by her Party and as mapped from Joseph Stalin's Five-Year Plans.

Stalin's handiwork, based on collectivism run by the government, caused the Great Famine of 1932/33. Millions starved to death —some five million in the Ukraine alone.

Nothing like that here yet, but Ocasio-Cortez and the other Progressives managed to scare away Amazon from building in New York City, because it is too "capitalistic" — costing us 25,000 potential jobs. Nothing says Socialism better than that, and if you think New York City is where it ends with these people, if they ever take complete charge, no, it's where it begins.

In a way, it's a form of abortion; killing jobs before they've even had a chance to be born. They kill babies, too, Progressives do, if you're up on what's happening in Virginia, where the governor, Ralph Northam, opined that newborns may also be smothered — not to mention his blackface scandal. But he refuses to resign.

New York's governor Cuomo already signed late-term abortion — and lit up Manhattan skyscrapers in celebration. Even big fans of abortion are not happy with late-term.

Which is why we say, Democrats have their own country — and it is not America; as we spell it out by the facts and the drama in this and this thriller.

So far as economic tyranny, New York City was just a first step.

They've got plans for your neighborhood, too — Soviet-style coercion all the way, so that indeed we may wake up one morning wondering what country this is — or whose country this is when a Somali pipsqueak, Ilhan Omar, gets to mouth off against a Jewish patriotic American, Elliott Abrams, and also at the President of the United States.

As Tlaib thinks she's here in our House to represent Ramallah, so Omar thinks we brought her over from Somalia to introduce their customs of piracy, intolerance, anti-Semitism and female genital mutilation, as we have it here, where we try to remind her she's not in Somalia anymore, and neither are we, nor were we ever, thank you.

A refreshing voice can be heard. Imam Mohammad Tawhidi, serving in Australia, says this:

"The American Congress should focus on serving the American people. It should not be a platform for Islamist members of the American government to preach their hate against the Jewish people. The Jewish people will remain a minority and have remained a minority. If this situation continues then this minority will be persecuted once again and we need to make sure that this never happens."

Amen to that. We could use voices like that here in the United States.

Of Omar's smack mouth in general and against President Trump in particular, Tawhidi says this: "Behave yourself, guest."

That is a weighty remark that should be taken as advice to these newcomers who forget their place.

We are not all Democrats. Real Americans live here, too.

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About the Author

Jack Engelhard
Jack Engelhard's classic international bestselling novel Indecent Proposal, which later became a worldwide hit movie, has been republished to meet readers' demands. His other major works include Compulsive: A Novel, his award-winning post-Holocaust Montreal memoir Escape from Mount Moriah, plus Slot Attendant: A Novel About A Novelist.