I haven’t made an effort yet to see how far back I need to go if in WaPo columnist Jennifer Rubin’s timeline on Twitter to find the last time she mentioned anything that might remotely be considered a “conservative” thought. The WaPo ostensibly holds her out to the public as one of its “conservative” voices on its OpEd page. But I’m just not certain that’s really true, or it’s just an urban legend in the media.
But her extreme Anti-Trump vituperative missives on Twitter might have reached an all-time high earlier today when she wrote the following:
Any R now promoting rejection of an election or calling to not to follow the will of voters or making baseless allegations of fraud should never serve in office, join a corporate board, find a faculty position or be accepted into "polite" society. We have a list.
— Jennifer 'Count Every Vote' Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) November 6, 2020
Operators of Hitler’s concentration camps established a practice of tattooing an inmate’s camp entry number on their left forearm. Initially, in Auschwitz, the camp numbers were sewn on the clothes; with the increased death rate, it became difficult to identify corpses, since clothes were removed from corpses. Therefore, the medical personnel started to write the numbers on the corpses’ chests with indelible ink. Difficulties increased in 1941 when Soviet prisoners of war came in masses, and the first few thousand tattoos were applied to them. This was done with a special stamp with the numbers to be tattooed composed of needles.
If Rubin believes it is so important to be able to identify and ostracize people who disagree with her politically, on an issue as fundamental as the absence of partisan political influence in the processes of conducting elections, it seems to me that some form of permanent mark applied to the forehead of offenders she identifies as deserving of such treatment would make the physical maintenance of the kind of list she advocates unnecessary. After all, she could lose her purse with her list inside, or spill coffee on it each morning as she adds names based on her hours of reading the Twitter feeds of suspected
If any so-stigmatized offender was caught attempting to hide their “label” with makeup or some other form of camouflage, they could be sent to re-education camps set up in downtown in San Francisco where Nancy Pelosi’s supporters can help them get their “minds right” with the new political reality.
Or maybe in Los Angeles:
By all means, Ms. Rubin, let’s have no discussion about whether the election processes that may have “selected” Joe Biden — a candidate with obvious neurological deficits. The outcome will almost certainly result in a Presidency for Kamala Harris once the Intelligence Community makes it known to Congress how badly Biden is compromised by the Chinese — Dems in Congress really want Harris anyway so no one will be too upset over the switch.
I find it incredible that some think wanting to find out if there has been massive fraud and corruption in manipulation of voting and counting votes is “not following the will of the voters”. What IS the “will of the voters”? Is it to allow some fraudulent scheme determine who the next President will be? Is it to just brush off one or two people filling out hundreds of ballots to replace those thrown away? Is it to, once and for all, destroy the concept of fair, open, transparent elections?
Maybe this is what Rubin would have in mind?
Ben Domenech had the perfect response to her:
“A reminder to Jen Rubin and AOC that historically, people who start purges tend to get purged the hardest.”
Somehow neither of these two strike me as being the type who wouldn’t run and hide when the shit hits the fan.
She has been a liberal GWB “republican’ since ‘o5. Before that she was just a Cal liberal.
The “will of the voters” is what’s in despite, currently.
Biden cheated, and his followers know it.
“All revolutions devour their children.”