Millions Advocating Violence Aim to Influence Trump’s Political Destiny

Research conducted by Robert Pape, a professor at the University of Chicago, has revealed a concerning trend in American politics. The study shows that a significant number of Americans believe that violence is justified in order to influence the political trajectory of former President Trump.

According to the research, approximately 18 million Americans believe that the use of force is warranted to reinstate Trump to the White House.

This group consists mostly of individuals who believe that the 2020 election was unjustly taken from Trump, and they perceive the actions of the Biden administration against Trump as a strategic move to undermine his potential 2024 campaign.

Jonathan Turley, a constitutional expert and law professor at George Washington University, has raised concerns about the recent indictment of Trump by the Biden administration.

He argues that this indictment contradicts the principles of the First Amendment and further fuels the radicalization of Trump’s supporters.

A report by Dangers to Democracy, based on a study conducted by the University of Chicago Project of Security & Threats, provides even more shocking statistics.

It suggests that nearly 12% of Americans, totaling over 30 million people, would endorse violent force to prevent Trump from returning to the White House.

The study also brings attention to other instances where violence is deemed acceptable by a significant portion of the population.

For example, 7% of the respondents believe that violence is justified to prevent Trump’s prosecution, while 17% think it could be used to ensure Congress acts appropriately. Furthermore, 12% would support violence to uphold the federal right to abortion.

The report also highlights the recent indictments of Trump by the Department of Justice under Biden’s supervision. These charges are related to Trump’s possession of classified documents from his presidency, which some argue are protected under the First Amendment.

Interestingly, Biden himself has been found to possess classified documents from his vice-presidential tenure, yet no charges have been brought against him.

Turley has expressed concern about the increasing rage in the country, which he believes is being fueled by the current political climate.

He points to recent incidents of disruption in the Tennessee House and the Capitol as examples of this escalating anger. In both cases, Democratic representatives were seen shouting down their colleagues, refusing to yield to the majority, and disrupting legislative proceedings.

Turley warns of the dangers of politicians exploiting this anger for their own gain. He cautions that such unleashed anger is difficult to control and often backfires against those who incite it.

Drawing parallels with the French Revolution, he quotes journalist Jacques Mallet Pan, “Like Saturn, the revolution devours its children.”

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.

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