Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights

Why Do They Hate Us?

March 09, 2024 Jeff Dowdle Episode 192
Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights
Why Do They Hate Us?
Live to Shoot - Defending our 2nd Amendment Rights
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In this episode I  delve into the question of why there seems to be animosity towards those who support the second amendment, live in the middle of the country, and embrace traditional values.  I review a clip about a a book entitled "White Rural Rage"
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Well, welcome to the Livestream podcast. My name is Jeff Dowdell and I've been a licensed firearm dealer for the last 17 years. In this podcast, we talk about all things related to the second amendment anything else going in the news, any other stories that I might find interesting or some sports event that I might be following. So welcome, welcome, welcome. So my question right now is, you know, why do they hate us so much? And by us, I mean, those of us that. Support the second amendment, love our guns or have faith, believe in God, live in the middle of the country, as I've heard others say, shower before work and after work. Why do they hate those of us so much that are not what they considered the elite, the professors and the wall street types and the knowledgeable the media per se? Well, And you look in the, in the, you know, the current regime, the left, they control all the institutions, they control the media, they control Hollywood, they control our education, the medical institutions now even who would have ever thought. The one thing is, is they are obsessed with those of us that love this current country, our country, and our faith. Hillary called us the deplorables. Obama said we cling to our guns and our religion. They hate. The working class and are threatened by, by us, those of us in the middle of the country. I'm gonna play a clip here from a couple of professors that are wrote a book called white rule rage, the threat to American democracy. And whenever you listen, I've said in other episodes, Charlie Kirk said, you know, whenever you hear the word democracy from the left, replace it with oligarchy. And so, this book could be white rural rage, the threat to American democracy, or the threat to the oligarchy. Now and this I think was on an MSNBC. So just listen for yourself, rural rage, the threat to American democracy. And Tom, we'll start with you. Why are white rural voters a threat to democracy at this point? I mean, we lay out the fourfold interconnected threat that white rural voters pose to the country, first of all. And we show 30 polls in national studies. To demonstrate this, so we provide the receipts in chapter six. They're the most racist, xenophobic, anti-immigrant, anti-gay geodemographic group in the country. Second, they're the most conspiracist group Q anon support and subscribers. Election denialism, covid, denialism, and scientific skepticism. Obama Birtherism third. anti democratic sentiments. They don't believe in an independent press, free speech. They're most likely to say the president should be able to act unilaterally without any checks from congress or the courts or their bureaucracy. They're also the most strongly white nationalists and white christian nationalists and fourth, they are most likely to excuse or justify violence as an acceptable alternative to peaceful public discourse. So they say we are the most racist, xenophobe, we're the most conspiracy theorist subscribers, most anti democratic. Again, anti oligarch. Don't believe in independent press. Free speech. Most likely to say the president should be able to act unilaterally. Well, I, first of all, we don't, we all agree that I don't believe that this current president needs to be able to act unilaterally or any single person. I've never heard anybody say that we're anti press, anti free speech. We're actually very pro free speech. We've been complaining that our word is not getting out there, that the media is controlling all the speech, and we want to get more venues, more opportunity. The unlocking of X or Twitter by Elon Musk has helped spread the word, podcast Rumble all these other news sources are are greatly enhancing it But I think they they think that that's anti free speech because it's not their sources that are being used And we're actually checking there what they're saying and we're we're holding them accountable They are white nationalists or Christian nationalists and excuse violence and use violence as a solution. Again, this white nationalist, Christian nationalist. So this, we're talking about white rural rage, but they're really just trying to marginalize. They're using white in that, but they're trying to just really marginalize anybody that doesn't believe like they do. And it doesn't mean if you're, if you're white, black, brown, if you, if you believe in this country, you believe in the second amendment, you're, you're, you're lumped into this. And they are saying that we're, you know, Christian nationalists. Well, I'm a Christian. I do believe in this country. I, I, I'm kind of proud to be a Christian nationalist. I want to, everything we do, I think we need to do what is best for America first, and then everybody else comes second. You know, they, they talk about a theocracy. I saw, I was at the dentist's office, and there's an article about a billionaire in Texas that has been you know, on the MAGA movement, supporting General Paxton and they had things laid out and how he's, he's pulling for what's a theocracy. And I'm like, you know, I just don't think people know what that that word means. The theocracy is where the church rules the government. And that means pastors being and not just a pastor being in government, but the actual church dictating what the government does, much like the King of England and having a national church. You know, that's what they think of us. If you're white, you live in a rural area, you're a Christian, you're a threat to this country. You know, we're actually the most patriotic group. 73 percent of the military deaths since 1980 have been white males. Also states such as Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Kansas, Kentucky, Alabama make up a large percentage of the source of our enlisted military. So all these wars that you wanted to have, it's these white rural Americans that you're sending there to die for you. 44 percent of Iraq and Afghanistan enlisted were white rural Christians. These white rural voters, we provide all the food, meat in the country, they're the farmers, they're the plumbers they're your electricians. You know, I looked at the FBI's Most Wanted, and in all the categories, including the domestic terrorist categories, there were very few white males. But white males are a threat, and that's what they're worried about. And you know, this isn't a white and black conversation because this is an attack on what we believe and that is that this country is great, that there's a second amendment, that we need to be able to protect our rights, that It should be America first and that we don't need to be supporting all these forever wars. That is what they think we are. That is why we are a threat because we are a threat to their way. We are a threat to the regime. And Donald Trump is is upset the apple cart. He is shining the light on what they're trying to do and they're doing everything they can to stop it. So one thing they're trying to do is they want to marginalize us. They want to put us on the edge. They want us to make us to be afraid to, to say what we believe because then people are going to look at us and say they're extremists. They're white nationalists. They're a domestic terrorist. They don't want you to be able to put that Trump bumper sticker on or put the Trump flag out in your front yard. Because they're afraid that you'd be afraid of what your neighbors are going to think that you're some crazy, some extremist, but that's not the case. We're the ones that are here to save this country and we continue to, to support things. We have to keep fighting. That's what all this is about is trying to get the information out. So share this podcast, share what you want to know. I just, I get, I played this clip because it really just made me irritated about that Of what they're, they're saying about us and, and how they feel about us. And that it's just, it continues to just spread out there. And we need, we need to stand up for ourselves and we need to support the movement. We need to replace this regime. We need to blow up this administrative state that we're in and get her country back. I appreciate you listening. Y'all have a great day and I will talk to you later.

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