Indiana Republican Congresswoman-elect Victoria Spartz warned that the American left is now "building socialism" as it saw it in the Soviet Union.
Spartz wanted to sound the alarm about what would happen if America were to adopt socialist policies of the far left.
Spartz: American left "is now building socialism"
Future Congresswoman Spartz appeared at Fox and Friends and shared her experiences in communist Ukraine, which was part of the Soviet Union at the time.
“I grew up in a socialist country, the Socialist Republic of Ukraine. I've seen what happens when the money runs out and it's not nice, ”she said.
“And now I came to America 20 years ago with a suitcase after meeting my husband on a train in Europe. He is a raised and born Hoosier. And now we are building socialism. I come full circle. I can tell you what's next. It is very sad for me to see that, ”she added.
There are two new GOP members who grew up under socialism. The Cuban born @CarlosGimenezFL and the Ukrainian born @Victoria_Spartz. And two children of Cuban immigrants – @NMalliotakis and @MaElviraSalazar.
We descendants of people who fled socialism have much to look forward to. Love it.
– Gabriella Hoffman (@Gabby_Hoffman) November 5, 2020
Spartz, who lived 42 years of her life under the destructive reality of the Soviet Union and the socialist system, warned moderates who claimed that Biden and the Democrats would never implement socialism as "good students of history."
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“In our country we fought against socialism in the last century and many young children have died. I took my children to the Normandy beaches and you can see how many young children fought for freedom, ”said Spartz.
She added that every country that has explored socialism has failed because it is unsustainable and causes a lot of "destruction and misery". Only two systems will ever exist, argued Spartz:
You have freedom and free enterprise, and you have a system where the government, with the political elites at the helm, decides how we live and what we will do. If you think about it, we are not the same, we all want different things. We all want equal rights in order to pursue happiness, but what we want are all different things. If the government forces us to be the same, you have to suppress. Every socialist system is about oppression, so we have to value our freedoms because we are the greatest republic that has ever existed.
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The future of the Democrats is full of communism
Spartz is exactly right about socialism as a system.
Command economies inevitably require pushing people into conformist systems.
We are also seeing an increase in the number of open, proud leftists in government.
All you have to do is look at Spartz colleagues like "The Squad" including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar.
Ocasio-Cortez is a recognized "democratic socialist" – a nice little catchphrase that claims socialism can be implemented, but through nice, fluffy methods like voting, rather than through violent revolutions in the streets.
Student loan forgiveness is actually good
– Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) November 16, 2020
However, the end result remains the same.
In an interview with the far left Outlet Jacobin, Ilhan Omar spoke about the progress her ideology is making.
"Our movement, the candidates we support and what we are trying to build is not just for today. It is long-term and we can see the impact many of the new progressive voices in Congress are having on shaping the nationwide conversation." said Ilhan Omar.
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Significantly, Jacobin previewed the interview by saying, “You may be feeling down about how the primaries are going. But the socialist left is stronger than ever. We spoke to the Minnesota representative, Ilhan Omar, for some inspiring words. "
The timing is quite ironic as it is just evidence that these people are continuing the long march through the institutions that began in the 1960s.
These people are radicals and it won't be long before they have total control of the Democratic Party.
The troops and like-minded leftists want exactly what Spartz warns of.