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Jason Whitlock blasts leftist radicals and 'alphabet mafia' in wake of anti-Christian massacre and Trump indictment: 'They want a Marxist, godless, communist country.'


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Celebrated journalist and BlazeTV's "Fearless" host Jason Whitlock appeared Thursday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss the culminating efforts of the left, guerilla and establishment together, to rid America of its founding principles, its rule of law, and its Judeo-Christian values and to beat conservatives "into submission."

Whitlock indicated that this protracted attack on America, punctuated this week by a female transsexual's mass murder of Christians and the indictment of a Republican presidential candidate, has hardened his resolve and rendered him "hard-core MAGA."

In the wake of the Monday massacre of Christians by a militant transsexual, anti-gun radicals in the same city — Whitlock's Nashville — mobbed the state Capitol in hopes of undoing the democratic will of the people.

Whitlock, already perturbed by what was happening inside the Tennessee General Assembly, told Carlson he returned home Thursday to learn that former President Donald Trump had been indicted on charges boosted by a George Soros-enabled Democratic district attorney.

TheBlaze previously reported that a grand jury in Manhattan indicted Trump on Thursday afternoon. This is the first time a former U.S. president has faced criminal charges.

"I do think all of this is tied together," Whitlock told Carlson, intimating that there there appears to be a concerted effort by the left to agitate and expose rightists to statist force.

Whitlock suggested that the agitators compose "a godless element in this country that doesn't care about fairness. They don't care about the will of the people. They care about power and control. ... They think they're God ... and they can make up the rules. They can decide what fairness is. They don't have a biblical worldview."

These suggestions resonated with Carlson's remarks earlier in their week, when he said, "Transgenderists hate Christians above all, not because Christians are a physical threat — the third-graders were not a physical threat — but because Christians refused to join every other liar in our society and proclaim that transgenderists are gods with the power to change nature itself."

"For that refusal, that unwillingness to bow down and worship a false idol, in this case of transgenderism, they were murdered," added Carlson.

In response to Carlson's insinuation that the left is behaving as though dead set on seeing the current system fail, Whitlock said, "They don't like our Judeo-Christian founding. That's why they don't like the Founding Fathers. That's why they want to overthrow the Constitution that is laced with biblical values and biblical principles. They want a Marxist, godless, communist country — plain and simple, clear as day — with the alphabet mafia, this LGBTQ alphabet mafia, in control."

Saul Alinsky, the 20th-century political theorist who had a profound impact on the American left, including former President Barack Obama and failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, appears to have insisted upon the efficacy of agitation and disenchantment as tactics by which to bring about revolution.

Alinsky noted in "Rules for Radicals" that "it is most important for those of us who want revolutionary change to understand that revolution must be preceded by reformation."

"Men don’t like to step abruptly out of the security of familiar experience; they need a bridge to cross from their own experience to a new way," added Alinsky. "A revolutionary organizer must shake up the prevailing patterns of their lives — agitate, create disenchantment and discontent with the current values, to produce, if not a passion for change, at least a passive, affirmative, non-challenging climate."

Whitlock noted that among the "godless people" who have taken and continue to amass control in the United States are those now agitating; those who "feel like taking down Donald Trump and beating everyone else into submission and just making them give up."

"If they have their way, we're all catching hell, except for the elites."

The "Fearless" host noted that he was previously only marginally supportive of Trump; however, the former president's indictment made him "MAGA."
"I've never voted," Whitlock conceded, adding, "I'm not saying that with pride. I'm hard-core MAGA tonight. I will be voting."
Whitlock did not expressly state he would vote for Trump, but made clear he would work to ensure that he won't "sit by and just let it happen without raising my voice and without being willing to sacrifice whatever so that kids don't live in a communist, Marxist society."

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