The days of political tolerance and neutrality are long gone. We’re in a chilly civil war, which will demand the Right to take strong action against entities that target conservative groups.
Texas Republicans appear to be catching on. Following the FBI’s search of Trump’s home, Matt Rinaldi, the head of the Texas Republican Party, called for the disbanding of the agency. “Abolish the FBI,” tweeted Rinaldi.
Rinaldi was first elected as Chairman of the Texas Republican Party in 2021, making the party more hardcore and America First.
State House Representative Bryan Slayton, while not as explicit as Rinaldi, denounced the FBI’s action against Trump.
“We are at war with the Left,” he wrote. “Watergate is nothing compared to what we’re facing right now, and it’s time to stop treating Democrats like a party that we can work with. Texas should remove all FBI personnel immediately until this madness subsides.”
State Representative Mayes Middle Middleton also agreed with Slayton and Rinaldi’s sentiments, tweeting, “First, Joe Biden passes a bill to expand the IRS’s powers to investigate conservatives. Then he sends the FBI to Trump Tower over a non-existent inquiry. They’ve lied about his taxes, the Russian collusion, and now this. Biden and the far left have gone insane!”
The FBI’s recent visit to Trump Tower is a major Rubicon crossing for our nation. The lines of battle are being drawn here, and the Left is eager to employ political power against the Right in order to displace it.
The FBI can no longer be considered a simple three-letter agency. If the Right truly wanted to impose its agenda, it must begin by eliminating this organization or substantially cutting funding for it.
The days of dealing with the FBI, as usual, are over. Meanwhile, Texas Republicans should do everything they can to drive out federal agents and invalidate other unconstitutional regulations and actions.
The presence of hostile authorities and employees should not be tolerated on Lone Star soil.