A top General just delivered a bone chilling warning about civil war in America
Americans are worried about the state of our politics.
Leftists control every cultural and political institution in America and never shy away from flexing their power.
And this top General just delivered a bone chilling warning about civil war in America.
Barack Obama fired General Stanley McChrystal from his position of commanding U.S. forces in Afghanistan after a 2010 Rolling Stone article where McChrystal criticized then-Vice President Joe Biden.
McChrystal went on to endorse Biden in the 2020 election.
But now in an interview with Fox Business Channel, McChrystal warned that political polarization has put America closer to a civil war at any time since the 1860s.
“You know, I don’t want to be more alarmist than I should be, but what stops a society from just completely fragmenting in that case?” McChrystal stated. “What stops a civil war? We all say, ‘It could never happen here again,’ and unlike 1860 there’s not this overriding economic issue of slavery … but now we’ve got this tribalism that I would argue may be as strong as it was back then.”
Over the last decade, Leftists grew more culturally strident on social issues and institutions such as pro sports, big business, Silicon Valley, the media, academia, and Hollywood adopted more forward-facing radical Leftist positions.
Every power center in America suddenly got “woke.”
Liberals now hold the power to censor their political opponents and pressure companies to fire anyone that disagrees with leftwing orthodoxy.
Now that Democrats control the White House and Congress, Joe Biden’s ordering the FBI to spy on parents at school board meetings and treat them as domestic terrorists.
The Left’s dominance is driving polarization, which General McChrystal warns could lead to a breakdown of civil society.
“So, what’s to stop people from no longer identifying themselves as Americans and starting identifying themselves as liberal Americans, or conservative Americans, or this American or that American and then saying, ‘Well, why don’t we have our own state or our own nation?'” McChrystal added, “I don’t think it’s at all impossible that we would start to hear that.”