Former Fed prosecutor Joe diGenova says ‘we’re in a civil war…I buy guns’

By Jon Dougherty

Former federal prosecutor Joe diGenova, an outspoken critic of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation and the entire “Spygate” scandal that continues to target POTUS Donald Trump, declared Monday that Americans must vote and buy guns “because we are in a civil war.”

In an interview with host Laura Ingraham for her podcast, diGenova said that “all liberal” media has ignored — meaning excused — both Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam and his attorney general, Mark Herring, both of whom are Democrats, for appearing in blackface while also glossing over Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax’s (D) credible sexual assault allegation.

“There’s two standards of justice, one for Democrats one for Republicans,” the outspoken diGenova said.

“The press is all Democrat, all liberal, all progressive, all Left – they hate Republicans, they hate Trump. So the suggestion that there’s ever going to be civil discourse in this country for the foreseeable future in this country is over. It’s not going to be. It’s going to be total war. And as I say to my friends, I do two things – I vote and I buy guns,” the former federal prosecutor and Fox News contributor noted.

Other analysts believe the country is already engaged in a low-intensity conflict of sorts, though far short of an actual kinetic war.

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Justan American

The American historian Stephen Ambrose near the end of his life was being interviewed by a reporter from the New Orleans newspaper The Times-Picayune about the after effects of the Civil War on the country.The reporter asked him if he thought this country could experience another civil war. His answer was yes. He said if this country ever elected a black man President his tenure would be so divisive that a civil war would be inevitable. Stephen Ambrose died in 2002.


Heard this guy on das Radio the other day. It is always refreshing to hear someone who gets what we are up against with the Neo-Bolsheviks.
Worst case scenarios that most sane people look to avoid at all costs are features and not bugs to the Neo-Bolsheviks aka the democrats.

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