Although in the First Amendment to the US Constitution, it is written: “The Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” – Democrats are moving with the agenda of designating Trump allies as ‘domestic terrorists’ and their acts as ‘domestic terrorism’.
According to media reports, Democrats in the Senate and House are planning to introduce legislation that would criminalize rallies held by President Donald Trump.
According to reports by the Gateway Pundits, the Democrats want Make America Great Again rallies classified as “domestic terrorist activity”.
Paul Sperry of RealClearInvestigations. tweeted on Sunday: Democrats in both the House and Senate are planning to draft legislation to classify MAGA rallies as “domestic terrorist activity” and require the FBI, DOJ & DHS to take steps to prevent such “domestic terrorism”.
Sperry said Illinois Democrat Sen. Dick Durbin was spearheading the effort in the Senate and Illinois Democrat Rep. Brad Schneider was leading the effort in the House.
Democrats “are literally criminalizing their opposition,” Jim Hoft wrote for Gateway Pundit on Monday. “And they are trampling the Constitutional right to freely assemble”.
“These are the same Democrats that supported Black Lives Matter — the violent group that caused US$2 billion in destruction in 2020,” Hoft noted.
Meanwhile, New York Democrat Rep. Hakeem Jeffries on Saturday set out his plan to remove Trump from office, saying the occupant of the White House is guilty of inciting sedition.
Calling Trump “treasonous” and “a clear and present danger,” Jeffries made his call on the steps of New York City Hall.
“Donald Trump must be removed from office immediately, he should be impeached, convicted and thrown out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and forever banished to the dustbin of history,” said Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, chair of the House Democratic Caucus.